Missouri football coach Eliah Drinkwitz had to move his camera during a recent meeting with SEC commissioner Greg Sankey.
According to Dave Matter, Sankey had Drinkwitz shift his camera so that the writing on the wall wouldn’t read “ass” during a virtual meeting (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
It was cutting off the word “class.”
Drinkwitz said SEC commissioner Greg Sankey made him shift his camera during a recent coaches meeting so the bottom row didn’t look like it said ASS pic.twitter.com/MIhKtXzPKY
— Dave Matter (@Dave_Matter) June 17, 2020
This is such a classic college football story. These guys are out here trying to murder each other on the field, and Sankey is worried about the word “class” being cut off on a wall.
I sure hope Sankey never finds out what’s said on the field and in SEC locker rooms! He really wouldn’t like that at all!
Sankey is one of the most powerful people in all of sports. Imagine having to listen to him say with a straight face that you have to shift your camera so that it goes from “ass” to “class.”
Call me immature, but I wouldn’t be able to do that without laughing. There’s no shot at all. I’d bust out immediately.
I can only imagine how the Missouri head coach reacted.
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Never change, Sankey! Let’s stay focused on what words might be getting cut off on the wall! That’s a perfect use of our energy.