North Carolina football head coach Larry Fedora starred in a hilarious promo video for the team. The 54-year-old acts like he has no idea what the “kids these days” are all about, so he tries to use the right lingo but does it poorly. The result is one amazing video.
Fedora starts by saying:
“One of the toughest things about recruiting these days is being relatable to these young kids these days. I’m lucky because I’ve got a great group of guys that keep me up-to-date and keep me hip.”
Then, he reads these ridiculous lines:
“You hear that new Migos song? Pretty lit, right?”
“Don’t mind me and my fidget spinner, but this is why we want you at Carolina.”
“At UNC, we play fast. Zero to 100 like my man Drake says.”
“My name’s Larry Fedora, but you can call me 2Chainz (while holding up two chains around his neck).”
“Rain drop, drop top, we got the Js you can cop cop.”
“At the end of the day, I’m just trying to build a super team and win championships (while wearing a Kevin Durant jersey).”
But really we all know that the only thing Fedora has to do to recruit players is explain that the football team is sponsored by Jordan Brand now, which means there are major perks like getting the newest Jordans for free and maybe even getting to meet MJ.
However, if Fedora really is trying to be hip with the kids, he should hit up Duke basketball’s 70-year-old Coach K, who created his own Bitmoji that he uses in messages to players.
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