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Sep
09

This Loss Can Be Termed “Brutal”


I don’t think I’ve ever seen a football game end in this way. I doubt anyone else ever has either, so, way to go Vermont high school athletics, you did it!  Sure everyone is going to go crazy on the kid who spiked the ball without paying attention — and rightly so — but how about some credit for the QB and receiver who hooked up to make that kick possible in the first place?

The kid who spiked the ball will never get over this, or at least he won’t if he has funny friends.

Also, if you live in an area where the high school sports are the main part of the crawl on the bottom of the screen and being given main time on the local news, it’s time to move to a more populated area.

[Barstool Sports]


2 Responses to “This Loss Can Be Termed “Brutal””


  1. 1 Barn
    September 30, 2009 at 11:44 am

    that poor kid.. whats he gonna do now. the plant’s closing, the football scholarship is caput. damn shame. its like a boss song.

  2. 2 Matt
    September 30, 2009 at 12:18 pm

    That was awesome! I agree … the catch prior to the FG attempt was incredible!


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