Sweet Jesus he did what?

Posted: July 25, 2014 by jmklee in Uncategorized

So the Cincinnati 4-star Offensive Lineman, George Brown, was announcing his college of choice this after noon.  Like most kids he pulled together the media, friends and family to have his “Look at Me, Look at Me” day.  Nothing much out of the ordinary so far, right?  Well check this out.





This dude doesn’t pick up the Florida hat at first.  He pulls a live feaking gator out of is pocket!  Not just some rubber toy but a live, bite your finger off gator.  Then he grabs the hat.

Know I am a tad salty because he was down to Kentucky, Bama and Florida but wow!  So it got me thinking, what would be the most interesting mascots to involve in your announcement?  In typical BDS fashion I came up with a few.

Florida A&M Rattlers


Now I know I am not the only one that has heard the urban legend about the kid that walked into his house telling him mom that he found a bunch of worms only to drop dead and have baby rattle snake crawl out of his pockets. It might only be legend but I have a feeling it would not be a good move to try to recreate.


University of Miami Hurricanes

I can see it now.  Some 5-star receiver holding onto a lamp post ala Jim Cantore and being blown away as he tries to flash gang signs as he announces he is heading to The U.


Wichita State University Shockers

Well, if you get it then you are either laughing or disgusted.  If you don’t then it is probably for the better.  I have a feeling if this trend would catch on though Rick Pitino and Bobby Pitrino will soon be looking to make the move Wichita, Kansas.


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