Chaves hit Goodwin, the big guy at USC, with the elbow of Colorado goalkeeper McKinley Wright during the team’s Buck 12 Championship semi-final Friday night. Officials summoned Goodwin for a technical foul but allowed him to stay in the match. The accident occurred with 13:50 remaining in the first half. Goodwin swinging his elbows while holding the ball after a whistle and calling Wright hard, sending Buffalo’s best scorers to the ground. MORE: The Florida player who was fired from the SEC match due to Wright’s screaming elbow, who had suffered a concussion in the past, was taken to the locker room for evaluation. He returned to the match with 7:08 remaining in the game. McKinley Wright IV just took a brutal elbow to the head from Chaves Goodwin of USC. This is a 6-foot, 9, 225-pounds man who is returning Wright IV to the locker room. pic.twitter.com/K8RtgCScmt – Justin Guerriero (@GuerrieroCU) March 13, 2021 Goodwin made himself even more villainous for CU fans by flipping on the other end of the floor a few minutes after calling after elbow. He was issued a flop warning after a replay review, and plays Trojan Horse and Buffalo on the dock in Saturday’s conference final against Oregon, which upset top seed Oregon in the first half of Friday.