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TFM MVP Of The Weekend: Gavin Adcock, The Man Who Was Bus Surfing And Chugging A Beer

This is how you get hyped before a big game. Fuck Remember The Titans halftime speeches. Who needs to be left side strong side when you’re Stone Cold chugging beers before the game? Adcock played for Georgia Southern, who is very shitty; they fell to 1-3 for the season. This was before the game against Lousiana, where they lost 20-28. Then to make things even worse, they fired their head coach after the loss.

After the shitty loss, firing their head coach, and going under .500 by two games. Somebody ratted out on Adcock for getting the boys pumped. What’s wrong with getting the boys excited to play a big game? What better way to get your fans ready to scream their lungs out by surfing on a bus and chugging some beer?

If this is wrong, then I don’t want to be right. It’s just dudes being dudes. Everybody does some fucked up shit in college, and I guess getting the boys pumped is fucked up? Adcock played nose tackle, and you know what, this is what I want to see from the men who play in the mud all game. If surfing on a bus and pretending you’re Stone Cold Steve Austin gets you ready to slam bodies against other 300 pound men, then so be it.

It’s okay for Gronk to brag about his party life, for hockey players to show up with black eyes before a game, and for basketball players spending 17 hours in a strip club. But this is where we draw the line? I don’t care about his play; I would sign this man to a professional sports team today. I don’t want him to play in the games. His one job is to get the boys pumped before the game.

P.S. If playing professional football wasn’t in his cards, I guess he’ll have to fall back on having the voice of a grizzled angel.

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Written by Mailman Dave

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