During golf tournament, Tiger Woods asks media member to stream ending of Penn State-Indiana game on smartphone
Tiger Woods doesn’t usually get caught up with distractions while he’s on the golf course. But on Saturday afternoon, the 15-time major champion couldn’t help but get his college football fix.
Woods was at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, California on Saturday, participating in the Zozo Championship. And while he was on the course, he caught wind of just how good Saturday’s B1G matchup between No. 8 Penn State and Indiana was turning out to be.
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So, Woods asked a media member to stream the end of the game. The PGA superstar wasn’t disappointed, either. Indiana won a 36-35 overtime thriller, with Hoosiers QB Michael Penix Jr. sneaking the football into the pylon on a 2-point conversion that lifted IU over PSU.
Below is the image of Woods taking in the game:
When the 🐐 wants to see the finish of the IU-Penn State game, you show it to him. pic.twitter.com/BDoMYyooat
— Daniel Rapaport (@Daniel_Rapaport) October 24, 2020
We had to wait so long to have B1G football back, who can blame Woods for wanting to see how it ended in Bloomington? He’s probably happy he made the request to watch the end on the smartphone.