and... i like them? I think I like them.
Pre-Gaming with Pat: Iowa
Im going to miss these. Very emotional.
There are a lot of attractive girls in this video
Thanks Pat... I really am going to miss these.
I found the missing 5000 students from the student section...
I honestly don't think I'd make it to the game either if I were surrounded by drunk girls in spandex either.
If I was surrounded by those girls I would be first in line to the game.
Always gotta meet the quota of black girls.
I'll miss these, always entertaining
Any word on an Iphone fix to view embedded videos?
he said the iOS6 fix should be done around Thanksgiving... like now
That hashtag at the end... Might as well be the LOST finale.
We have to go back!
"There's more than just Jewish girls on this campus."
Wait, what? Really?? I never knew.
I guess I couldn't hear the other girls over ALL THE YELLING
Dancing guy 0:40-1:05 has mad skills.
THAT'S what you take out of this video?
But OK, he does have skillz.
Too lazy to search if already posted, but Pat was featured in the recent Inside Lacrosse magazine as a leading personality - nice little write-up referencing some of his more popular videos, but alas, no reference to the epic "I Love You, Denard".
Who knew Pat was a former lax bro??
All former lax bros know of their fellow former lax bros therefore confirming you are not a former lax bro.
Curious to see a time stamp relative to kickoff time of some of these...
I would also like to thank God and Pat
black girls dude
For your consideration...
He'll be remembered like Ernie Pyle or Walter Kronkite. Stay classy Ann Arbor.
I think Pat may have peaked too early in his career like Greg Oden or somebody like that. How is he going to top PGWP? What is next for Pat? Making music videos for DQ?
Greg Oden didn't peak early in his career. He was already 70 when he got a schollie to OSU, so if you consider that early....
Moving to LA in January. Working on finding a job writing/making videos but will keep making my own stuff on the side.
I've said this before . . . the scary part is that these are the kids that beat out the ones that go to Ohio State and Michigan State.