Found January 06, 2012 on
That’s right folks, Penn State played in the “Ticket ****** Bowl” according to this announcer!
In this clip, a commentator for the 2012 Ticket City Bowl incorrectly renames the bowl game between the Penn State Nittany Lions and the Houston Cougars. Maybe subconsciously this guy was affected by the infamous Penn State scandal and let this funny flub slip out of his mouth. In his defense, I like his name better than the original!
Houston went on to win the ****** Bowl 30-14.
BEST OF MAXIM
'NO MORE FOR ME!'
The former Nittany Lions linebacker has had enough, taking to social media to harshly criticize his alma mater, going so far as to call the university a "corrupt/disgusting school."
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Well, because it’s not supposed to be “the shocker” as defined by Urban Dictionary. (Warning: link not safe for the faint of heart, parents of any age, or Rick Santorum.)
Here is the picture, and then in true Paul Harvey style…the rest of the story.
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