Eastern Michigan General Mike Glass III ended his career at the University with a blow on Thursday, throwing a pair of slaps, one of which hit a ref, to earn a 10-second kick that left the Eagles 34-30 to lose. Pittsburgh at Quick Lane Gavatha.
The glass attempted to drive a disc return in the last minute when it was taken as it threw an endless third-and-10. When he got up, he returned to Panthers linebacker Cam Bright, pushed him in the face mask.
With the launch of course already, the senior decided to measure it. He started exchanging words with Pitt defender back at Paris Ford and went on to issue another slap, but as he did so, referee Chris Snead came in.
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Snead received a slap in the face for his bravery, falling dramatically on the lawn at about the same time as the flag he dropped for the initial push. Finally he got up and gave him his hat.
Glass, of course, was launched. He finished the night 28-for-50 for 311 passing yards, two anchors and one interception to go along with 83 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown.
On the fourth and tenth time, his replacement, Preston Hutchinson, threw an endless one. Pete laughed at the victory.
After the game, Gilic tweeted “let God and [his] family down!”
It happens to the best of us.