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Enough about my personal life, I saw that incredibly unbelievable play in the Michigan vs Michigan State game that saw Michigan's punter Blake O'Neill fumble a snap basically into the hands of Michigan State's DB Jalen Watts-Jackson and of course dude returned it 38 yards for the Michigan State touchdown and win.
If the punter O'Neill falls on the ball Michigan probably wins. Talk about snatching defeat from the hands of victory. Dude will go down in infamy for that play and you know it's got to be tough for him. That being said, some Michigan fans were giving this guy death threats. Dude made a mistake in a sporting event, at last check that offense is not punishable by death. Sending him messages telling him to kill himself isn't cool either, what the hell is wrong with you people?
Speaking of going down in infamy, a local Grand Rapids reporter probably wants to avoid the cameras and the limelight after doing a full report on how Michigan defeated Michigan State.
WZZM reporter Jamal Spencer said, "Michigan coming up with a crucial stop and they were able to run out the clock, people were spilling out of Michigan Stadium into the streets of Ann Arbor celebrating, as the Paul Bunyan trophy is back in Ann Arbor for the first time since 2012.”
There's just one problem Jamal, that's not what happened dude! Michigan should have won but the punter didn't kick the ball, he dropped it and Michigan State picked it up and scored. It's not even Spencer's fault, his news director admitted they fed him the wrong info and went live before the actual game had ended...Oops!
See 20 years ago only the Grand Rapids locals would have known about something like this but now everyone knows. The best part is the news anchor going with, "that's our fault we gave him bad information and we'll correct it at 11". That's hilarious, what are you talking about correct it at 11:00 p.m.? Unless you can erase the internet and I don't mean the servers at WZZM I mean the entire world wide web, then you can't correct it.