But I give up. I can't think of anything else to do. We know he's deadly accurate when it comes to hitting bears.
We've decided to tweak practice a little. I think it's really going to help us get the offense back on track and make things easier for you.
... as you can see, we're going to have all of our receivers and tight ends wear bear costumes during practice.
And possibly during games, too. If we can get the NCAA to allow it.
Are they gonna pass a special rule just for me?
From your lips to Mark Emmert's ears...
Um, C.J. Fiedorowicz. Our starting tight end.
Well, hot diggity dog! I must've thought he was an ineligible receiver because he spends so much time on the line of scrimmage.
This outfit is really hot, Coach.
Also, it makes it really hard to run.
I told you these ol' receivers you got here were slow.
Also, bears don't have thumbs, Coach. Makes it hard to catch a football.
Got 'im! Right between the numbers.
Tell Lester and Darrell we're gonna need a new kick returner now.
Wait, why is Tevaun dressed up like a moose?
Wait, you can't shoot that, James!
Alright, Coach, I'm ready to go!
You're ready to play football.
The bear costumes are just a tool to help you focus and relax.
Put the bow down. The officials aren't going to let you carry a bow onto a football field.
I guess you're right, Coach. It sure would improve my accuracy, though!
A big THANK YOU to Horace E. Cow for his invaluable assistance with several of these images.