RGIII Makes A Compelling Case That The Nut Shot Michigan Put On Nebraska Should Be A Targeting Penalty

I think I speak for everyone who has even a soft awareness of watching college football on TV that former Baylor and NFL quarterback Robert Griffin III is coming into his own as a breakout broadcaster. 

RGIII gives zero fucks. He will get downright scandalous or explicit in describing certain situations. This American hero will also keep his composure on live TV and still manage to give a nuanced Twitter breakdown of why Michigan should've been called for a penalty for launching into Nebraska wide receiver Alante Brown's nutsack.

It doesn't get much better than this. The argument is plain to see. I only hope the poor Cornhusker who had his loins invaded by the crown of a maize and blue helmet had that trusty protective cup on. Generally seems like skill position guys have a resistance to padding of any kind so they can be as fast as possible. I suppose a jockstrap could impede your ability to hurdle in the first place.

Whatever the case may have been, it seems like Alante Brown shook that shit off like a champ even after landing more or less right on his head. A double whammy if there ever was one.

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In case you're interested/need further proof of his greatness, here's another RGIII gem of a call from earlier in the season...