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No one is more in-charge than jacked NFL referee Ed Hochuli. So when there’s some confusion over a potential fumble that may require review, no one is more equipped to channel their inner Larry David and set the record straight than Hochuli.
Well, we’re through one week of the regular refs being back in the NFL, and they weren’t perfect, but they were warmly received. So warmly, in fact, that the most prominent of all refs is now a cover model.
We’re debuting a new feature called “Cartoon of the Day,” wherein we take a particularly inspired tweet and ask our very own Sean Panzera to draw the first thing that pops into his head. Today: the return of the Hoch.
Oh yes, yes he did.
Don’t tell me that he was just humoring everyone with that comment. Don’t ruin this moment.
With Twitter set absolutely ablaze the last 20 hours at the prospect of our beloved refs retaking NFL fields this week, there was no shortage of players, current and former, airing out their jubilation. A lot of it came in the form of complimenting Ed Hochuli’s impressive physique. Without further ado, here are our morning words of wisdom. (Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.)
Ed Hochuli, soon to be not-locked-out referee and biceps extraordinaire, is a fan favorite thanks to his legendary workout regimen and robotic first down calls. TOO MUCH MUSCLE. Who doesn’t want to be Ed Hochuli? After the jump, we suggest some entrance music for America’s referee.
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