So after an L typically you will see some proverbial fires. And when that happens who do you call? Of course. You call the OBBFD. The Hurricanes managed only 98 yards when they faced off vs. Clemson and that wasn’t the most impressive part. Miami had 8 yards at half. OBB Burns Clemson week will rank the top burns of the week. Starting with…
Josh Gattis when Clemson bit on the play action pic.twitter.com/03H3EP3qdC
— Aaron (@Aaroncabrera_) November 19, 2022
“Who do you think you are, I AM!!!!” I mean who knew someone could get that fired up over bowling? Mr. Weber was pumped. But Aaron you are absolutely right. Josh Gattis probably threw his shoulder out fist pumping after that one good play action.
One Alarm Fire (Bronze)
TFW FSU’s win total equals Miami’s total yards in the first half. #8
— Skip Foster (@skipfoster) November 19, 2022
Well Mr. Skip, you aren’t wrong. FSU has just as many wins as the Miami Hurricanes had yards in the first half vs. the Tigers. #8. So the feeling when that happens is one of shock, awe, bewilderment mixed in with an 80’s laugh track.
Two Alarm Fire (Silver)
Hendley gonna have more miles then Jet Blue
— Steve Feinberg (@canesthing) November 19, 2022
Lou the shoe is obviously the Miami Hurricane’s offensive MVP. The tattooed wonder from Australia needed an ice bath and leg massage from Mei after that punt fest. And Steve Feinberg tattooed the Hurricanes with his wit. That quip was definitely a 70 yarder. Hey Steve, do you think Lou Airlines allows multiple carry on’s?
Three Alarm Fire (Gold)
Parents: Come pick up your coaches.
— von Cane (@von_cane) November 20, 2022
Obviously it was Mario Cristobal who made national headlines when he declared “A parent is free and welcome to pick up their son if they’re not happy with their playing time.” Von just responded with fire. And that my friends, is the OBB Burn of the week. Do you think they offer after school care? The rush hour traffic in Miami is bad and we might be a little late.
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