College Football Players Overload Elevator, Get Stuck Eight big football players from the University of Southern California boarded an elevator on Friday night. They exceeded the weight limit by 700 pounds, and were stuck for an hour.

College Football Players Overload Elevator, Get Stuck

College Football Players Overload Elevator, Get Stuck

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Eight big football players from the University of Southern California boarded an elevator on Friday night. They exceeded the weight limit by 700 pounds, and were stuck for an hour.

LOURDES GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Lourdes Garcia-Navarro. Eight big football players from the University of Southern California boarded an elevator on Friday night. And then...

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ZACH BANNER: We're stuck on the elevator.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: That's linemen Zach Banner. They exceeded the weight limit by 700 pounds and were stuck for an hour, where they turned the whole thing into an original rap.

(SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)

UNIDENTIFIED FOOTBALL PLAYERS: (Singing) This is the elevator rap.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: It's MORNING EDITION.

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