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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Dump, Sep 11, 2021.
I am the cat
Need some backstory on this.
Was the cat randomly walking around the stadium and found itself over the edge of the upper deck?!
Probably yes. Like the cat at Metlife awhile ago
Can it play linebacker?
cat dies if it's not 9/11
or if that happened during the Al Golden era because *attendance joke*
meowmi fans imo
That’s the win we all needed today.
The cat truly represents many CFB fanbases today
Canes fan brought it as an emotional support animal.
Now if only Miami could protect their pussy playing QB
Such a better result than Cliffhanger.
Our hero is going to have to get some rabies shots.
Is this now the Appy St./Miami game thread?
Appy St. up by 1 with 5 minutes left.
I wonder what their reaction would’ve been if it was manny Diaz instead of that cat
He probably would have gotten seriously hurt or killed since he weighs significantly more than a cat and all they had to catch him was a flag.
Cat-like instincts result in a hell of a catch (and a lot of pee) at Appalachian State-Miami game
The story began with the thud of a cell phone falling to the concrete at Saturday night’s game between Appalachian State and Miami.
Soon, the smell of cat urine filled the air. By the time Craig Cromer and his wife Kimberley looked up, the cat was dangling above their heads. The only thing left to do was use the American flag they brought with them to save the cat and become the heroes of a viral video college football fans won’t soon forget.
“It peed all over us,” said Cromer, a University of Miami employee and season ticket holder, who brought the flag with him and put it on the hand rail in Section 207 like he does every Hurricanes home game.
More importantly, the cat that fell from the upper deck at Hard Rock Stadium Saturday night into the waiting arms of fans using an American flag to break its fall, survived without injury.
It officially used up one of its nine lives.
“They probably were trying to save the cat up there, and when the phone fell, security jumped in and tried to help,” Cromer said. “When we looked up in between the fabric and the concrete, all we could see was an animal’s butt. We thought it was a dog, but it was a cat.
“So we just snatched the flag off the handrail and a gentleman over here helped us hold it up. … It seemed like forever. The flag broke the fall and then it fell right down here in the corner. A couple of students grabbed the cat. A lady came down, and they handed it to her.”
Craig Cromer, a University of Miami employee and season ticket holder, and his wife Kimberley used the American flag they brought with them to help break the cat’s fall. (Manny Navarro / For The Athletic)
Luke Bell, a 19-year-old freshman at the University of Miami, noticed people turning their faces away from the field early in the first quarter, looking and pointing toward a cat dangling from the upper deck. He ran over and helped.
“It was the most insane thing,” Bell said. “I about 10 rows down in 107. I was just sitting there. I stand up and for a bit it was just hanging, you could see the tail of the cat. And then finally, the entire cat was hanging from whatever it was, a string or something. I got the whole thing on film. It was crazy. Everybody was up on this side.
“I’ll tell you, I talked to a couple people over in the stands. Nobody knew what was happening. And when the cat fell, nobody thought it was gonna land on the flag when it did. It was incredible. The cat is safe. It’s alive. That’s what matters.”
Video by Monique Ribeiro
JFC. I SAID TITTY DROP! NOT....
whats the big deal? Cats are supposed to land on the feet
Plot twist Miami fans saved
And people are supposed to make sense but sometimes shit happens