Rubbing it In

As an NC State Wolfpack fan, I’ve experienced my share of disappointment when it comes to football, among other sports.

So when UNC’s football team doesn’t perform up to snuff, I can relate.

That said, my reaction to UNC losing 41-19 to East Carolina:

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*breathes in*

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Okay, you get the idea.

If you’ve ever spent time in North Carolina, you know damn well that UNC fans like to talk copious amounts of smack. When it comes to basketball, they have every right to.

When it comes to football, on the other hand, they have not a single square-inch of room to talk.

Especially when 13 of their players get busted for selling team-issued shoes and get suspended.

Especially when they’ve finished in the top-25 once in the last twenty years.

Especially when East Carolina makes them look like Ravishing Ronno (look up the Looney Tunes’ short “Bunny Hugged” and you’ll see what I’m talking about).

The same East Carolina program that has gone 11-25 the over the past three seasons (I am going to conveniently forget their victory over NC State in 2016. Just airbrush that nonsense out of the history books).

Knowing my luck, the Wolfpack will end up losing to UNC at the end of the season. In the meantime, though, I’m just gonna have a ball picking on the Tar Heels.

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