Backwards letters fixed in Wisconsin's end zones
Do you remember the old Snickers commercial? You know, the one where the old field painter was so hungry that he misspelled “Chiefs” in the Kansas City end zone? If not, I’ll give you a minute to jar your memory.
Now that you remember what I’m talking about, it’s time to apply that famous commercial to real life. That’s right, Camp Randall Stadium was home to an embarrassing blunder through the first few weeks of the season.
For the first two home games of the season for the Badgers, three of the four “N”s in “Wisconsin” were backwards. It wasn’t an easy thing to spot, but if you look closely enough, you can see that the letter just doesn’t look quite right.
Photos of the mistake can be seen in the Wisconsin State-Journal by clicking here.
The website also goes on to say that the error has been corrected and the end zones should look completely normal this Saturday when College GameDay comes to town for a match-up between No. 2 Ohio State and the eighth-ranked Badgers.
Who knows, maybe the Camp Randall Stadium staff will star in a Snickers commercial soon.