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Sad Nightmare Clown: Utah Uses This Weird Video To Dissuade Student-Athletes From Accepting Improper Benefits
Earlier today, the University of Utah’s Compliance Office tweeted out the video you see here. If they do indeed show this to their student-athletes as a means of keeping them from accepting cash and improper benefits, we hope it’s with a heavy dose of self-awareness. Because this video is weird.
When a group of fans storms the field, the combination of revelry, close quarters, and (in many cases) drunkenness can lead to altercations that might not usually happen. One such encounter took place in Saturday… and we’re pretty sure the guy who started it wouldn’t do it again if he got the chance.
Fox Sports’ Bob Oschack hit USC’s campus recently with a simple mission: get USC students to welcome the school’s newest conference rivals, Colorado and Utah, to the Pac-12. But he wasn’t going to get just any students to do it – he was going to get students who might not be big sports fans (and therefore nerds), and therefore be uncomfortable with the Pac-12 greeting. But these couldn’t be just any hilarious nerds Oschack would make squirm: no, specifically, he’d be targeting Asian nerds. That way, we’re able to laugh at the kids for being uncomfortable, and their hilarious accents!
BYU senior guard Jimmer Fredette is one of the best college basketball players in the nation, but even for him, last night’s game against Utah was eventful. 47 points, a 40-foot buzzer beater at halftime, and a missed dunk will do that, though.
In the wake of TCU’s Rose Bowl win over Wisconsin and last night’s underwhelming BCS title game between Oregon and Auburn, the case of an anti-BCS political action committee in Washington got more robust.
You never know what to expect with Boise State. Sure, you’ve seen their most famous tricky exploits, but they didn’t retire those types of plays after that epic 2007 Fiesta Bowl.
The Pac-12 is upon us – the currently-11-team Pac-10 invited Utah yesterday. All indications are the school will accept the invitation in short order, putting an end to conference realignment – for now, anyway.