DOTD: Ohio State Fan Has Mini-Meltdown On YouTube After Loss To Penn State
While Penn State fans began to storm the field at Beaver Stadium after the team’s stunning win against Ohio State, Ohio State fans began their subsequent meltdowns. One fan, who goes by “FZappa20” on YouTube, was clearly not afraid to share his disappointment in Ohio State with the world (or his 5,170 subscribers).
FZappa20’s channel mostly consists of his reactions to major events and television shows like football games, Game of Thrones, and the recent presidential debates. One of his recent videos, titled “Ohio State vs. Penn State 2016 Post Game Recap and Meltdown,” began in the 4th quarter of Saturday’s game, just a few minutes after Marcus Allen blocked Ohio State’s 45-yard field goal attempt to take the lead for Penn State.
“This is just an absolutely horrible way to lose. It’s like fourth and 100,” he begins. The Ohio State fan then weighed in on the Jordan Smith debate, saying it was “clearly pass interference, but it doesn’t matter at this point.”
After another minute or so of discussion, the meltdown begins.
“‘Landmark victory,’ shut up Fowler! Where they going — they’re going to the Armed Forces Bowl,” he said, still checking his screen for updates. “I mean, congratulations to Penn State, this is a big win… Oh, they sacked him again. Oh my God, what a meltdown.”
FZappa20 eventually gets so angry with the announcers that he turns the game off, calling the event a “stupid ass White Out.” He finally calms down a bit and congratulates both the team and the fans on the win.
“That girl with the ‘We Are’ sweater on, up there in the front, I’m sure she’s real happy tonight,” he said in closing. “Congratulations. honey. Go party.”
You can watch the whole video in all its glory below:
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With no canning weekends held this year and canvassing eventually suspended as well, this year’s total is a testament to how committed THON volunteers truly are.
Totals aside, congratulations to every organization that volunteered with THON throughout this year to raise more than $10 million for the kids.
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