ESPN Recruiting Analyst Accidentally Tweets PornHub Video

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Earlier today ESPN recruiting analyst Gerry Hamilton attempted to update the Twittersphere on ESPN’s 29th ranked recruit in the country, Roquan Smith. With signing day exactly two weeks from today, it’s getting hot and heavy on the recruiting trail and Hamilton wanted to let us all know that Smith had scheduled an official visit for January 30th at Texas A&M. Smith had already visited Georgia and Michigan. He helpfully hashtagged #gigem after his report and then attempted to link Hamilton’s highlight video. 

Only, he posted the wrong link. 

This one went to PornHub. 

Oops.

You expect the guy to not be breaking down tape in his free time too? The recruiting grind is never over. 

I’ve been so close to doing this myself. You know how it is, you’ve got a ton of screens open on your iPhone and you go to grab an Outkick link and instead you’re on PornHub’s top video of the day — what’s up Mia Khalifa? — and next thing you know you’ve cut and pasted a PornHub link instead of a a link to the mailbag. Hell, I think a lot of you actually expect me to do something like this. I’m kind of surprised I haven’t done it yet. I’ve even thought to myself, I hope if I ever do it it’s a good PornHub video. I’d hate for you guys to think I have bad taste in porn.  

So I’m clearly not throwing stones here. I just think it’s hysterical. Because you have no idea how many members of the national media have come close to Tweeting links to PornHub before Hamilton, who to my knowledge became the first national media member to link PornHub. The fact that he did it while trying to link to a 17 year old’s football highlights is even funnier. 

I don’t know Hamilton, but keep your head up. 

FYI, I asked Todd Fuhrman to set the odds on the next media member to accidentally Tweet out a porn link and these were his odds. 

Clay Travis: 1-2

David Portnoy, Barstool Sports: 1-1 (might be on purpose, same as you)

Jason Whitlock 2-1

Bobby Petrino: 11-5

Jerry Jones: 5-2

Bret Bielema: 7-2

Ryen Russillo: 4-1

Darren Rovell: 5-1

Charissa Thompson: 12-1

Paul Finebaum: 50-1

Tim Tebow: 5000-1

 

Written by Clay Travis

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Previously, he launched OutKick The Coverage on Fox Sports Radio that included interviews and listener interactions and was on Fox Sports Bet for four years. Additionally, Travis started an iHeartRadio Original Podcast called Wins & Losses that featured in-depth conversations with the biggest names in sports.

Travis is a graduate of George Washington University as well as Vanderbilt Law School. Based in Nashville, he is the author of Dixieland Delight, On Rocky Top, and Republicans Buy Sneakers Too.