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Kentucky baseball player drops an F-bomb on TV

Jamie Squire

Sometimes you need to vent your frustration. Unfortunately, sometimes the microphone picks it up on a national TV broadcast.

Players curse all the time. Players get caught cursing by TV microphones all the time. Rarely do they get caught cursing with such vigor and intensity. (Via @Southeasterner_)

As you can tell, Kentucky outfielder Austin Cousino was not thrilled with with his performance, and vented as many of us are known to do. Unfortunately, ESPN's microphones picked up his naughty language loud and clear, forcing a quick apology from the commentators.

I'm reminded of the scene in Young Frankenstein when Gene Wilder is being choked by the monster, and trying to tell Teri Garr and Marty Feldman to give the monster a sedative by using charades. After establishing that the beginning on the world is "seda," Feldman comes up with, "seda ... seda ... SAID A DIRTY WORD!"

HE SAID A DIRTY WORD!

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