Extreme fog is making it difficult to see everything going on in the Oregon-Oregon State game. In fact, it has reached a point where we can’t even be sure if the quarterback has thrown the football. And no, we are not kidding.
The cameraman for ESPN even got duped after a pump fake from Ducks quarterback Tyler Shough. Everybody was lost for a few seconds, and it was hilarious. Cameramen, commentators and spectators alike were all confused.
One of the broadcasters could even be heard afterwards saying “I don’t think he threw the ball.” Check it out.
"I don't think he threw the ball…" pic.twitter.com/jLtxA5bKfJ
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) November 28, 2020
As difficult as it may be, there are a few teams who might actually be easier to watch with a limited view. I don’t know if you’ve seen Michigan play this season, but it has been rough.
The Ducks currently leading Oregon State 31-26 in the fourth quarter, but the Beavers are on the goal line in a position to take the lead. Will they? We can’t know for sure because we can’t actually see what all is going on.
Update: Things cleared up right around the same time that Oregon State took a 34-31 lead in the fourth quarter. Coincidence? Doubtful.
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