Last night, during the Troy vs. South Alabama game, ESPN flashed a graphic on the screen to point out the games coming up on the worldwide leader over the next few days.
One of those games was Thursday night’s match up between Texas State and Louisiana-Lafayette (supposedly referred to by some as just Louisiana, as you can see in the tweet below), and someone made the mistake of using the wrong Ragin’ Cajuns logo.
Mark Hudspeth took to Twitter to voice his frustration with ESPN because it’s not the first time this has happened to his squad.
— Mark Hudspeth (@ULCoachHud) October 12, 2017
Seriously, how hard can it be – even for the most casual college football fan ESPN may have hired as an intern – to get that logo right?
It’s worth pointing out that after seeing Hud’s bench press capabilities, he’s not a guy you want on your bad side.