The MLB All-Star break is typically considered the dullest sports time of the year -- no hoops, no football, no baseball no hockey, no World Cup, just the ESPY's -- so Tuesday night, our Dan Rubenstein spiced things up by tweeting a hypothetical college football game to make fall Saturdays seem a bit closer:
Soooooo Nelson Agholor just hurdled over two dudes and didn't seem to slow down WHAT— Dan Rubenstein (@DanRubenstein) July 16, 2014
I guess we're going to have to watch ESPN Classic to see Oregon get a push inside consistently.— Dan Rubenstein (@DanRubenstein) July 16, 2014
Guess we all should've seen Mark May being computer animated (w/ 18 preset audio tracks) since 2008 coming, but it's still a crazy story.— Dan Rubenstein (@DanRubenstein) July 16, 2014
He included a tweet about Michigan's offensive line, now without Taylor Lewan:
Michigan's OL looks like one of those humans with four plastic dummies attached to his arms and legs, but without the human part.— Dan Rubenstein (@DanRubenstein) July 16, 2014
It was a funny joke, but what's funnier is that Michigan's offensive line actually took it as an insult. From Wolverine 247:
While nobody publicly commented on the tweet, I can confirm that it's something members of the Michigan offensive line took notice of, and they've distributed the tweet amongst each other in an effort to use it as "bulletin material" for the upcoming season.
We should all do this constantly, just to see which players get most offended by your criticism of their play in a video game or something.