Michigan’s Channing Stribling Got Beat By Penn State’s Allen Robinson in 2013 – So….Tattoo
In 2013, the University of Michigan played a football game against Penn State. Penn State won the game 43-40 after four overtimes. One of the plays in the 4th quarter that got Penn State to overtime was a 33 yard pass to Allen Robinson that put them at the Michigan 1 yard line. Allen was being defended on the play by Michigan's freshman DB Channing Stribling. Channing will be a senior this year. Allen plays in the NFL now for the Jacksonville Jaguars. And according to PennLive.com, Allen has decided he needed a giant tattoo of the aforementioned play.
Here's the selfie Allen sent out. Which started a Twitter war.
Here's the story. With the Twitter-pocalypse.
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