In case hearing about one college football player being arrested for barking at a dog wasn’t enough, a very smart West Virginia football player got himself into a hilarious predicament over the weekend. On July 12th, two Morgantown residents were awoken by three armed men. While the victims were being held at gunpoint, one of them noticed that one of the robbers was wearing official WVU football sweatpants. Needless to say the investigation didn’t take too much time once the police matched the #96 sweatpants to defensive lineman Korey Harris.
After being arrested Friday for first-degree armed robbery, Harris was promptly kicked off the Mountaineer football team. While it may seem logical to not wear the clothes given to you by the University that is providing you a free education, football players don’t often use logic, or any rational thought process for that matter. That is why Funny of Die has provided us with an inside look at the NFL’s new off-the-field training program.
[Warning: these guys are very hilarious, so there is some obvious vulgar language. Also, wait until the very end of the video for their best punch line.]