Advertisement
Cameron Magruder YouTube: ScooterMagruder

No matter what happens on the gridiron, whether players ball out or teams lay eggs, fans are always going to be unhappy with something. This happens each and every week of the college football season and it never fails to disappoint.

The second weekend of the season was downright crazy, too. Even the Kansas Jayhawks won a road game for the first time since the iPhone 3 dropped. Luckily, Cameron Magruder, known as @ScooterMagruder on social media, was back for another hilarious fan reaction video.

Once again, that was pure comedy and almost a perfect depiction of what fans are like on a weekly basis. It’s all in good fun.

Here are the 10 best quotes, plus a bonus one, from the video, which highlights fed up Arizona fans, outraged Texas A&M fans, hapless North Carolina fans, jubilant Kentucky fans, confident Georgia fans, boastful Oklahoma fans, proud Iowa fans, justifying Florida fans, cocky UCF fans, bold Miami fans, and whatever fans Kansas has left.

“THIS IS DISGRACEFUL!” — Arizona Wildcats

“They’ve got to cheat to beat us.” — Texas A&M Aggies

“We’re a basketball school.” — North Carolina Tar Heels

“We don’t lose 32 in a row. We’re about to shock the world, baby.” — Kentucky Wildcats

“They said South Carolina was going to be a hard test.” — Georgia Bulldogs

KYLER MURRAY IS WINNING THE HEISMAN.” — Oklahoma Sooners

“We run this state.” — Iowa Hawkeyes

“Dan Mullen has to undo all of McElwain’s garbage” — Florida Gators

“We are the best school in Florida… again.” — UCF Knights

“FSU has a turnover backpack. They want to be like us so bad.” — Miami Hurricanes

“Wait… we won a game?” — Kansas Jayhawks

With nearly three minutes of reactions, there are definitely some that were missed, but you definitely get the picture why some fans were completely losing their minds last weekend.

It’s all going to happen once again come Saturday, too.

READ MORE: Maine Wastes No Time to Throw Shade at UCF for Canceled Game

Author placeholder image About the author:
With over 10 years of sports writing experience, Brett has covered some of the top local, regional, and national sporting events in the Heartland for both print and digital platforms. He is a graduate of Kansas State University and resides in Austin, Texas.
View More Articles

Fanbuzz - Sports News - NFL | NCAA | NBA | WWE Studio

Stories You Might Like