Found November 06, 2011 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
We've seen some funny play calls before, but this one takes the cake. In Canada, people put gravy on french fries. They have coins for one and two dollar values. And apparently, they think this is alright.

Mike Benevides, the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach of the B.C. Lions was calling in a defensive play Saturday against the Montreal Alouettes. And while he's on the defensive side of the ball, his signal was pretty offensive. I'm not going to claim like I know anything about any particular Canadian Football League teams, but just from this 16 second clip, I'm guessing that Benevides runs a very aggressive style. He held nothing back here. He was going for it.



Maybe he was impersonating former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. Too soon?


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