The Making of the Fresno State Skullet

Yesterday, we linked up Friends of the Program’s excellent piece of observational journalism about Fresno State’s Kris Tomlinson and his Skullet. For those who don’t know, a Skullet is, as you may have guessed, a cousin of the Mullet. By definition, a Skullet requires the shaving of the skull while leaving the long, flowing locks on the back of the head untouched. ↵
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↵In this video, The Fresno State guys show how it’s done, after which they one-up themselves by giving the CBS reporter a Friar: ↵
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↵ ↵As if the fact that Fresno is the biggest underdog in, like, the history of baseball wasn’t enough to root for them, this should help you decide who to pull for this evening. Trust me; there is nothing better on television tonight than Game 3 of the College World Series (7PM ET, ESPN). It’s been highly entertaining thus far.
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↵Bonus Goods: This would be the wife of Georgia's catcher Bryce Massanari. They have been showing her in the stands early and often, so there goes yet another reason to watch tonight.
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↵(H/T: Busted Coverage)↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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