As you all know, the Ohio State football program lost a legend last week.
Former head coach Earle Bruce died at age 87 and at his memorial service Wednesday, the notorious buckeye fan “Buck-I-Guy” made a real ass of himself.
Sorry for the language but no other name quite accurately describes his total lack of couth and respect.
On a photo of Bruce intended to be signed by Ohio State football players and coaches and gifted to his family, Buck-I-Guy made the executive decision that he should be included, also.
Decked out in full face paint and OSU gear, Buck-I-Guy slipped his John Hancock into the mix.
The-Ozone’s Tony Gerdeman Tweeted this photo shortly after.
Speechless right now. pic.twitter.com/3u5Ttf9b1d
— Tony Gerdeman (@TonyGerdeman) April 25, 2018
Though this is not outside of his normal behavior (see the life-sized cutout he made of himself last season), it still had people riled up on Twitter.
Some even tacked on their similar, equally-cringe-worthy experiences with the mega obnoxious, mega fan.
I am shocked and aghast that a grown man who routinely shoves children out of the way to get on television would make someone else’s bereavement about himself
— Ramzy Nasrallah (@ramzy) April 25, 2018
— JJ Wheeler (@JDWheelerJr) April 25, 2018
Guy is everywhere. Just found his signature on the Declaration of Independence! pic.twitter.com/meL0VD3KVY
— Colin B (@BuxJackets) April 26, 2018
Hopefully Buck-I-Guy’s selfish stunt didn’t take away from the celebration of Bruce’s life on Wednesday.
May you rest in peace, coach.