John Daly Sings ‘Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door’ At FSU Tailgate, And His Performance Is Sublime

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I am so confusion with this entire situation.

In NCAA college football, Florida State University squared off against the University of Florida Nov. 25 in the Sunshine Showdown, with the N0. 16 Seminoles taking out their arch-rival Gators, 45-38. But before we got to the game, something interesting was going on during the tailgate: PGA golfer John Daly was singing Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.”

There’s so many questions that I have here:

Why is John Daly singing “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”?

I wasn’t aware that this is like the billionth time that he has sung this song, which is cool and all, but why a Florida State game?

Which brings me to my next question: I thought he was a fan of the University of Arkansas?

Why is a professional golfer just randomly singing this song? (RELATED: In Defense Of The Golf Thot)

And why does he do this randomly all over the place?

I don’t mind it, I actually find it quite hilarious and entertaining.

This whole ordeal with Daly actually reminds me of the Kool-Aid Man on “Family Guy,” where he’ll just randomly show up or appear in the most random spots throughout the show. Instead of busting through walls screaming “oh yeah” and in alleyways smoking cigarettes waiting to bust through said walls, Daly shows up at all of these random places across the country to sing “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.”

That’s absolutely hilarious.

I think I might start becoming a fan of John Daly.