Can a 3yo affect the football universe?

Submitted by Lordfoul on November 21st, 2009 at 9:54 AM

I hate to admit this, but I am starting to think that my 3yo son is bad Karma for Michigan. During the Purdue game I was watching at a local restaurant with the agreement that my wife would drop off my son on the way to her massage appointment. They showed up right at kickoff for the second half. And then...

This morning he got up and dressed himself (a first) in ALL RED! Red socks, shirt, gray pants (no kidding) and when he scratched his finger he demanded a red band-aid out of a box of assorted colors.

I have heard of folks from Ohio growing up Michigan fans in Buckeye families, but never the other way around. I think I need to stop by the MGoStore for some new outfits for him and get back to the brainwashing!

Comments

formerlyanonymous

November 21st, 2009 at 10:24 AM ^

The only way he affects the Game is if

  1. His crying helps contribute to a false start or delay of game. If the penalty is on Michigan, he should be sacrificed immediately.
  2. He's good enough to start at safety for Michigan. In this case, I dub you in charge of getting his letter of intent, and enrollment forms, turned in to Michigan NOW so he'll be ready for the game.

Happyshooter

November 21st, 2009 at 2:50 PM ^

Aversion training. Put a red shirt on him, and place hot sauce on his tounge. Play the Ohio song, and spray him with pepper spray.

It isn't nice, but it has to be done.