One of my favorite articles to write of the week, the #Twitter12Pack, is yours to enjoy.
Sit back and witness, or revisit, some of the wackiest, funniest, and unbelievable things of the weekend’s action.
1 – This seemed excessive
Dam that man got ass slapped 5 yards. pic.twitter.com/SEkkpifcim
— Casey Davis (@SwaggyMut) October 22, 2017
2 – Proof that nothing is impossible
Chicago rookie safety Eddie Jackson is first player in NFL history with multiple defensive TDs of at least 75 yards in a single game.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 23, 2017
3 – Faking a cramp three minutes into the game Arkansas? #CMonMan!
lol Arkansas pic.twitter.com/FiWFa3yPuX
— Matt Hinton (@MattRHinton) October 22, 2017
4 – The 95-yard pick six to win the game in OT is impressive enough to make the list, but there’s also a player from the opposing team caught in the winning team’s celebratory dog pile
— FCS Football (@NCAA_FCS) October 22, 2017
5 – McNeese State (FCS – KY) record four pick-sixes this weekend…and Guthrie HS (OK) outdid them with FIVE, including two in the span of 23 seconds!
— McNeese Football (@McNeeseFootball) October 22, 2017
6 – Mike Leach hates when his offense goes three-and-out, so he has them do up-downs on the sideline during a game
— Ƒunhouse (@BackAftaThis) October 22, 2017
7 – Just wrapped up Week 8 and Michigan and Rutgers are sitting with the same conference record. Didn’t see that coming
8 – I’d be interested to hear how the referee would explain this one…
Throw it!! pic.twitter.com/PLtDRvtIdH
— Chris Fore, MA, CAA (@CoachFore) October 22, 2017
9 – Everyone was holding their breath to make sure nothing bad happened to Corso here
Is ESPN trying to kill Lee Corso?!? pic.twitter.com/zJuhGhy5VU
— Jack McGuire (@JackMacCFB) October 21, 2017
10 – When the sideline has some extra juice, sometimes a coach goes flying
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 21, 2017
11 – Uhhhh….wow
Syracuse’s quarterback is a Mortal Kombat character pic.twitter.com/d2q3gOsazT
— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) October 21, 2017
12 – Sleeves on coaching gear is optional at Texas, as evidence here proves
Texas – Where sleeves on your sideline coaching shirts are purely optional pic.twitter.com/94WUSWzSou
— Doug Samuels (@CoachSamz) October 21, 2017
Bonus: OK, so not football related, but so good it needed to be shared. Rookie Jonathan Isaac forgot to wear his jersey to his first NBA game
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) October 20, 2017