Ripped: One college football team celebrates TDs by tearing off coach's sleeves (seriously)
This is certainly unique.
After scoring a touchdown on Saturday, Abilene Christian’s offensive linemen celebrated by ripping off the sleeves of ACU assistant offensive line coach Mason Hite.
Seriously. Here’s video:
The O-Line celebrates TDs by ripping the coach's sleeves off 😂💪
— ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) November 22, 2020
Fortunately for that coaches’ wardrobe, ACU didn’t score too much on Saturday. The Wildcats lost 55-15 to Virginia on the road.
Still, it’s probably a good sign for the program that morale seems to be relatively high despite a 1-5 record this season.
Quarterback Stone Earle led the Wildcats on the field. He completed 19-of-31 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown. He also had a team-high 20 rushing yards.
Here’s some of the reaction to this celebration:
— Mason Hite (@Coach_MasonHite) November 22, 2020
As an ex equipment manager this hurts….
Gotta get a new one in for next week
— Kendall Nugent (@LouisianaAstros) November 22, 2020
This is one of the most "O-Line Coach" things I've ever seen. love it!
— BigNortheastPod (@PodNortheast) November 22, 2020
Hope that wasn't his favorite shirt.
— Tony Murphy (@RunningDog34) November 22, 2020
I was wondering why that coach was wearing such a ragged looking shirt on national TV. Now I know why! 🏈😂
— Ross Scott (@rocaoak) November 22, 2020
A true football guy, and the only thing missing is a black eye😂
— Magnum Burcham (@magswag4_) November 22, 2020