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Kentucky Wildcats Wednesday Quickies: Fainting Goat Edition

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A recent Arkansas State fake punt attempt tried to use the "fainting goat" strategy. Look at the slot receiver (the lower half of the screen), who pulled the "fainting goat technique" on Miami. In case you have forgotten what the "fainting goat technique" is, here is the video seen ‘round the Internet:

That’s always good for a laugh or twenty.  Sorry about the lateness of the quickies, I'm under the weather today.

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    Cobb had one childhood friend going back to the days when they toddled around neighboring backyards together. They were inseparable. But as they got older, [his mother] Tina severed those ties.

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