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Sep
08

Everyone Always Ignores the Long Snapper


During Saturday’s UTEP-Texas football game ESPN managed to capture a few worthwhile moments of television. Of course, this being college football, those moments were not during the game. For example, there is this clip of the UTEP long snapper practicing on the sidelines after having some difficulties earlier in the game. Long snappers generally exist in a faceless vacuum where no one knows who they are, why they are on the team or why most long snappers really only do that one thing on a team. Clearly the UTEP Miners were not paying enough attention to their long snapper, particularly the punter who is most dependent upon the long snapper. Sometimes when people aren’t paying attention to me I get upset too…

I’d tend to agree with the announcers, that WAS a pretty accurate snap. And really, who DOESN’T like watching videos of people getting hit in the balls?

The other moment is inconclusive to me, so I figured I’d see what you out there in the world thinks. Sports by Brooks is convinced that this guy is getting a handjob from his ladyfriend, me I just think it looks like she’s resting her hand on his junk. What do you think?


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