I mean c’mon, there’s absolutely no reason why a dude who is sitting nearly two rows below you should have the upper hand, unless you’re the worst fighter in the world.
Here we have a Clemson fan, squaring up against an unknown fan at Mercedes-Benz Stadium last night in Atlanta, Georgia, where the Tigers faced off against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
I’ll admit, the Clemson fan looks like he’s so drunk that he’s completely incoherent, so he may have been seeing three of his opponent at the same time and didn’t know which one to hit.
Nevertheless, the guy below him took advantage of the Clemson fan’s inability to know where he was at.
After the Clemson fan landed a haymaker, he lost his balance and fell down, and that’s when the other guy went psycho-billy ninja on him, to the point where the Clemson fan had to tap out.
First off, this kid who whooped the Clemson fan’s ass looks like he’s about 17-years-old, with the Clemson fan looking like he’s some daddy’s money frat guy from Sig Nu who has never been punched in the mouth before in his life.
I also love the dad in the Nike golf polo just standing there watching the madness unfold… he wasn’t going anywhere near that.
And since I’m a Clemson fan, I can understand the frustration after watching quarterback DJ Uiagalelei look almost completely incompetent for the second year in a row, but my guy, don’t embarrass your family like this.
Maybe this will be a good lesson for him… mess with the bull, you’ll get the horns.
If you know anything about college football, then you know Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney isn’t afraid to speak his mind, especially when it comes to his players.
Known for giving wild postgame speeches, and being a passionately opinionated person, he’s a “love him or hate him” kinda guy.
This past season, Clemson underperformed tremendously for their recent standards, going 10-3, and not even making it to the ACC Championship.
Many Clemson and college football fans alike put the blame on D.J. Uiagalelei’s quarterback play, who was a preseason Heisman favorite and former number one quarterback prospect coming out of high school.
He only completed 55% of his passes, throwing more interceptions (10) than touchdowns (9).
Former number one quarterback prospect for the class of 2022, Cade Klubnik, came into Clemson this spring with many believing he’d win the starting spot off the bat.
However, in a recent interview with SiriusXM, Swinney appears to be sticking with his former starting quarterback, and he wasn’t afraid to let the world know in good ol’ Dabo fashion.
“My quarterback… this dude’s a freak. And people talk about him like he’s some slapdick from Eastaboga Community College and this guy can play the game at the highest level. He’s going to play the game at the highest level.
And he wasn’t great last year. He was awesome as a freshman. He was awesome his whole career in high school. He’s a winner. He’s got all the tools, all the intangibles. But he is better because of what he went through.”
He then spoke about how Uiagalelei lost his confidence for the first time ever in his career last season:
“He loses his confidence, for the first time in his life he had to face some criticism. This guy ain’t ever been criticized. He’s been the goat his life.
Now all of a sudden, he’s got milk-bone underwear on and people are chomping at him everywhere he goes.”
For the college sports progressives, they’re foaming at the mouth, while the traditionalists are weeping and gnashing their teeth at the thought of megaconferences being the future of college athletics…
But it’s not done yet.
A source has told SwimSwamthat Clemson, Florida State, Virginia, and North Carolina are talking about leaving the ACC, and joining the SEC, while ESPN is attempting to void their 20-year TV deal with the ACC.
SOURCE: North Carolina, Florida State, Clemson, and Virginia are all negotiating to join the SEC. ESPN is trying to void their TV deal with the ACC.
The source tells the outlet that money is the biggest reason for the idea, along with recruiting clashes, which you can imagine considering the SEC is the wealthiest conference in the NCAA.
However, Florida reportedly doesn’t want Miami in, Tennessee doesn’t want UNC, and Kentucky doesn’t want Louisville.
Florida and Miami, and Kentucky and Louisville make sense, considering the schools have an agreement to block other in-state schools from joining the conference. However, Texas found a loophole with that, as Texas A&M was apart of that same agreement, so it’s not far fetched to see some of these other schools joining the conference as well.
Although Virginia and UNC (And Florida State right now) aren’t dominant in football at the moment, their women’s sports have been.
Virginia’s women’s swimming program are two-time defending National Champions, and have a trio that medaled at the 2022 World Championships last month, so that could be a big revenue booster for the SEC if the deal goes through.
Needless to say, things could get very, VERY, interesting really soon.
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