The day before his current team was dealt an heartbreaking loss, Sam Bradford’s alma mater, Oklahoma, lost to Mizzou and in turn, Sam Bradford lost the bet he had in place with Rams wide receiver Danario Alexander.
Quite a crappy weekend for Rams Quarterback Sam Bradford, but he seems to be enjoying himself all the same:
Our Photoshopping (perfectly suitable for sending a photo link to your friends at Oklahoma) of a happy Sam Bradford rocking Mizzou gear is only a preview of reality, as the loser of the bet had to wear their collegate rival’s colors during practice the next week.
From Jim Thomas in last week’s Post Dispatch:
[Danario] Alexander’s Tigers face [Sam] Bradford’s Sooners in a battle of unbeatens in Columbia.
If the Sooners win, Alexander must wear Oklahoma garb next week at Rams Park.
If the Tigers win, Bradford must return the favor and wear Mizzou garb.
“He might look pretty good in black and gold,” Alexander teased. “You know, he’s gonna have to look good in it.”
Bradford shot back: “I don’t think that’s happening.”
Well sometimes things you are pretty sure won’t happen do, like Mizzou beating Oklahoma after getting thumped by them for their last 6 meetings or the Rams choking away a 14 point lead in the second half vs Tampa Bay…or when your down at Columbia with both teams’ jersey’s just waiting for either team to be dealt a devastating loss so you can throw on their jersey and go out and put your arm around some of those sexy, sad college girls desperate need of something to take their mind off of their athletic-driven pain! A plan that can’t fail..
Oh wow. Eww. Never mind. Don’t get us wrong, everyone is beautiful of course, except when you have a temporary tattoo and a clarinet up your nose…and you’re in the band…and fat.
Regardless, it’s time to don some black and gold Sam! …then after that talk to Coach Spags about not calling 2nd half offensive plays like a little scared old white woman walking through a Shop n’ Save who’s afraid she’ll get in anyone’s way or accidentally say anything racist when she goes down the “purple drink” aisle next game.