After Seeing Katy Perry on ESPN’s ‘College Gameday’ Jamie Garrett Knew the Loss Was Coming
Sometimes you can see a terrible thing coming, and there's nothing you can do to stop it. Once that train is headed down the tracks you can jump and scream and holler and warn others, but the inevitable will happen.
That's a lot like how Saturday went for me. I was camping over the weekend and was thus forced to listen to the game between my Sooners and TCU over the radio. I had planned on going to the Deadfish Grill to watch the game, but after seeing news of Katy Perry's appearance on ESPN's "College Gameday" I knew I wouldn't want to see what was about to happen.
Take a look at the video and we'll discuss below.
Katy Perry, one of the celebosphere's biggest celebs, calls you out on national television and you're not supposed to let that mess with your head. I didn't even have to watch the whole video Saturday to know it was bad news. Trevor Knight should be solely focused on TCU's "D", not those "D" cups. It was over before it even began. If I didn't know any better I'd say Katy Perry was on the payroll of TCU's booster-types.
As a follow-up to this story of sabotage, it turns out Katy Perry has upset the women in the world of not only Trevor Knight, but ESPN host Kirk Herbstreit as well. You're kissing the college picture of a married man and telling another spoken-for man to call you? Devil woman. Trevor's got a girlfriend, but leave it to family to step in and fill your shoes.
Trevor on Monday didn't sound 100% convinced that a phone call wasn't going to happen. That should help this blow over quickly, so thanks for that Trevor. Get your mind back on the field. You've got some Longhorns to BBQ.