Like most of us, former Pitt player Chas Alecxih is tuning into the disaster that has become the Pitt-Georgia Tech game. And like most of us, the former defensive lineman isn't pleased.
Things started off well enough for Chas. Heck, it did for everybody. Script was back, nice Fall day - what's not to like?
Let's go baby! #H2P— Chas Alecxih (@BigSpurts98) October 25, 2014
Things quickly took a turn for the worse.
Pitt fumbled (on a terrible call, by the way), then fumbled again on a James Conner long run and ensuing fumble out of the end zone. Chas uttered the phrase that so many of us have in the past.
Did that seriously just happen? I swear only to Pitt— Chas Alecxih (@BigSpurts98) October 25, 2014
So how did Pitt respond? With a fumble, of course!
This is a nightmare— Chas Alecxih (@BigSpurts98) October 25, 2014
Yes, yes it was. In fact, Pitt went on to five fumbles in the first quarter. With that, like many of us, Chas was officially done for the day.
Can't watch this anymore. Not giving up on this team but I can't take it anymore today.— Chas Alecxih (@BigSpurts98) October 25, 2014
But, like the rest of us, he had questions before his departure.
Is this a record for the most fumbles in the first quarter in the history of college football? I'm being very serious.— Chas Alecxih (@BigSpurts98) October 25, 2014
Actually, yes it was. Pitt's five fumbles tied an FBS record.
Don't worry, Chas - we feel your pain. We've all suffered equally.
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