When ESPN College GameDay comes to town, things can get pretty crazy. The same can be said about Pat McAfee.
With both of them in Waco ahead of the matchup between Oklahoma and Baylor, you knew something legendary had to happen – and McAfee delivered.
The former NFL punter turned Internet phenomenon marked his "probably last" time on GameDay by launching himself off of a boat and into the water in front of fans, mascots, broadcasters, and all of America watching at home.
Perhaps the most impressive thing about the feat, however, was not that he jumped into the water, but that he committed to a full belly flop as his method of jumping. Lesser men may have tried a dive or a cannon ball, but McAfee did this the way he does everything in life – 100 percent.
At the end of the day, College GameDay is a show meant to psyche up college football fans for big games. If this didn't do the job, it's tough to say what will.
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