AT&T Be The Fan Season Kickoff Commercial

AT&T Be The Fan Season Kickoff Commercial
6 votes, 4.67 avg. rating (90% score)
September 2, 2013

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The Fan Coach is sitting at his desk, smelling around him “You smell that? That’s the smell of fresh College Football Season! So now everything else in life is 100% irrelevant! Today’s the first day of College Football which means your team’s still undefeated, and they’ll stay undefeated if you do your job as a fan, by kicking the season off right. Let’s look at examples.” We cut the Fan Coach standing in front of TV screen in the locker room presenting slides of fans kicking off their seasons. “What do we got here? Classic BYOB party. Bring your own Bevo.” The slide shows a party with the University of Texas mascot, Bevo. “Nice job fellas. Some people are making sure their hedges are properly fan-scaped.” The slide shows a fan who turned his hedges into the Grambling State Tigers logo. “Sick ‘em dogs.” Another slide comes up of a man covered in body paint, painted as the Mizzou Tigers mascot. “I uh, I don’t know what that is, but no one is questioning that mans fan-hood.” We cut back to the Fan Coaches desk where he picks up the phone to talk to his secretary “Cynthia, clear my schedule. I’m just kidding. Fill it with Football!”

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  • Jim says:

    The Hedge in the Shape of a “G” is not for Grambling. It is for Georgia — notice the red shirt with Black “G” all over it, the reference to hedges as the field at UGA is “between the hedges”, and the fan coach says, “sic’em dogs”, in reference to the Georgia Bulldogs, not the Grambling State Tigers.