LSU Student Misses Two SEC Football Questions On Jeopardy

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Idiot LSU Student Misses Two SEC Football Questions On Jeopardy

If you go to LSU, you’re expected to live, sleep, eat and breathe college football. Anything less and you’re at risk of being exiled. Or murked.

On Tuesday, LSU senior Kevin Brown got the chance to compete on Jeopardy, but the environmental science major from Boise, Idaho needs to brush up on his college football knowledge because he missed two huge SEC-related questions.

Fucking hell, Kevin. Get your shit together.

LSU plays Alabama every single year and Derrick Henry’s record-breaking year was only featured on ESPN every 30 seconds. That’s also one of Steve Spurrier’s top five all-time quotes. Hell, it might be one of college football’s top all-time quotes.

ESPN reporter/ UCLA grad Mackenzie Thirkill, who’s also a total dimepiece but that’s neither here nor there, was especially mad about the ordeal.

Yep, she’ll do well on camera at ESPN.

Brown told WBRZ:

“Being on ‘Jeopardy!’ was a much more intense and significant experience than I expected … I got a behind-the-scenes look at a nationally-beloved TV show, met 14 amazing students from around the country and, most importantly, had the opportunity to represent LSU on the national stage. I was the first LSU student to be invited to the College Championship, and I hope that my appearance will inspire more students to go for it.”

Yeah, inspire them to attend more football games so they don’t embarrass their whole university on national television, ya ass.

We should give Kevin some credit, though. He knew Georgia was the only other SEC team besides Mississippi State to be nicknamed the Bulldogs and that Rutgers was the New Jersey school that spiked the ball on 4th down this year. He buzzed in, but wasn’t fast enough on a question about Baylor’s RGIII.

Honestly, getting a college football category on Jeopardy is the rarest of all rarities. Maybe it was nerves. Maybe he was caught off guard. Maybe he needs to stop trying to save the environment and watch the SEC Network more often. Maybe Jeopardy needs more Turd Ferguson.

[via WBRZ]

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