If any of you wake up in your hotel room Sunday/Monday morning with an ink-soaked bandage over your lower back, chances are good that you outdid yourself on Broadway in Nashville. It’s okay. There’s nothing wrong with partaking of too much Big Blue Fever and getting a replica of Randall Cobb’s signature or Rich Brooks’ portrait permanently tattooed to your body. It happens. (Be sure to send us pictures too.)
Just don’t do what this Clemson fan did. It is wrong on so many levels. Sure, the artwork is phenomenal, if you like your entire back being covered by a tribute to a mediocre A.C.C. school. But, it is a classic example of why tattoo guns need spell-check. Clemons??!! C’mon son! At least go back and tattoo a red squiggly line under ‘Clemons’ to acknowledge the mistake!
They’re just making it too easy for us to pick on them. I’ll have more Clemson-love throughout the week, including your most anticipated Christmas gift, They Are Who We Thought They Were.
******** UPDATE ********
Apparently, Deadspin has the same tattoo with Clemson spelled correctly.
I found it on College Humor as you see it here.
Either way, the tattoo is lame.