ESPN’s Pat McAfee had quite a hysterical reaction on live television after hearing a B-2 Bomber fly over the Rose Bowl stadium on Monday.
McAfee and the “College GameDay” crew were previewing the Rose Bowl between the Michigan Wolverines and Alabama Crimson Tide on TV. Then, out of nowhere, a startled McAfee looked over to see the B-2 Bomber flying over the stadium:
Once again, McAfee has left his audience in stitches with this priceless reaction.
Michigan went on to defeat the Crimson Tide 27-20 in overtime to punch their ticket to next Monday’s national championship game. The Wolverines will take on the Washington Huskies, who outlasted the Texas Longhorns 37-31 in a thriller of their own in the Rose Bowl.
The Wolverines will be aiming to win their first national championship since the 1997. That legendary team was coached by Lloyd Carr and featured two future Hall of Famers in cornerback Charles Woodson and seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady.
As for the Huskies, they’ll be looking to win the school’s first national championship since 1991.
McAfee was a punter for the Indianapolis Colts from 2009 to 2016, before multiple knee surgeries prompted him to retire. McAfee has gone on to become one of the nation’s most beloved and widely-followed sports commentators, having started his hit show back in 2020.
Aside from his work with ESPN, McAfee does occasional work for WWE. He has wrestled a handful of matches and previously served as a commentator on its SmackDown show alongside play-by-play man Michael Cole.