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College undergrads have been sneaking booze into alcohol-free sporting events since the dawn of alcohol-free sporting events. Authoritative administrations and excessively stringent alcohol policies have inadvertently created impromptu bars of cowboy boots, thighs, and purses.
Recently, a few ambitious Oregon undergrads decided to take shit to a whole new level.
The Oregon Ducks soundly defeated the Washington Huskies on Saturday, 45-20. To Oregon students, this was pitted to be another one-sided home game. The Ducks, who have won four out of five games at Autzen Stadium this year, have pretty much run train on every team besides Arizona, which delivered the Ducks their only loss of the season.
So for this Washington game, some students obviously came better prepared than others.
Equipped with at least 20 cups, some ping pong balls, and a gooch flask or two of grandpa’s cough syrup, a dozen or so students changed illegal in-stadium boozing forever.
— Jeff White (@JeffWhiteee) October 21, 2014
I’ll admit the young lads in the picture aren’t the coolest looking bunch. Without much effort, I can spot face paint, a clip-on bow tie, two gingers, four flat bills, and only a single collared shirt out. In their defense, I also spot an American flag beer pong table, a nice pair of cannons on the chick in the duck hat, and what, overall, seems like a decent time for a college football blowout.
I’m making a concerted effort to look past how impractical this entire setup is. One horrible shot and you’ve lost a ping pong ball, and that table probably moves around a shit ton. Plus, I’m pretty sure the kid shooting needs to watch his elbow. I’ll just go back to staring at the chick in the duck hat.
In all, I give them a seven for creativity, a two for style and practicality, and an 8.5 for that chick’s cannons..