The fans of the Detroit Lions are currently buzzing after a last-second win to beat the Minnesota Vikings. But no one is more hyped about a first win than Detroit head coach Dan Campbell.
The Lions’s official Twitter account captured the moment on video that saw the emotion and reaction from Campbell as he and his quarterback, Jared Goff, captured their first win of the season.
As much he is fired up to win he and his team’s first game of the season, he also delivered an emotional reaction in a different light.
In his postgame press conference, Campbell stated that the Lions are giving the winning game ball to the Oxford community, almost a week removed from the recent tragedy that struck at their high school.
You can hear Campbell in the next clip reading off the names of the four victims that have died from this past week’s events:
Truly a classy gesture by the Lions head coach to give out the game ball to the Oxford community. Not just the city of Detroit and their football team, but that community really needed a morale and emotional boost with the win on Sunday.
Two incredible moments all wrapped into one for the Detroit/Oxford areas.