Sports clip o' the day: Minneapolis reporter faceplants on live TV


FOX 9's M.A. Rosko is awesome. She gets up early and does all of the adventurous stories before most humans are capable of opening their eyes.

Today's story wasn't too adventurous, but it did require her to put on a pair of skates and hit he ice at the opening of the John Rose Minnesota Oval in Roseville.

What happened when she went live can only be describe with video.

You know it's big when the video finds its way to Deadspin.

Even her co-workers referred to her fall as an "epic faceplant."

Props to Rosko for being a trooper. She finished the report and she had a great sense of humor about the faceplant.

Here's the full video if you care to watch her finish the job.


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