Tom Rinaldi Impersonated Florida Gators Fans and Wore Sweet Jorts

Tom Rinaldi Impersonated Florida Gators Fans and Wore Sweet JortsImage via ESPN

If you were getting ready for a day of college football yesterday, you started off by chugging a few Natty Ices and watching College GameDay, of course. And you saw Tom Rinaldi wear a pair of sweet jorts.

That's right, Rinaldi, who's known for those piano-themed narrations about 12-year-old kids who have tragically inspired a Division III football team, was actually in a joking mood. The football program, which is hosted by Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso, Desmond Howard, Chris Fowler, and team, recalled the history of the hilarious signs that fans bring to the show's set every week. And that discussion wouldn't be complete without the constant shaming of Florida Gators fans and players who love themselves a pair of jorts.

After the narration was over, Rinaldi was seen in a pair of cutoffs that looked like he was either ready to mow the lawn or anticipating the NASCAR race that would take place the next day. Except, he was wearing his shirt, tie, black socks, and hardbottom shoes. We were left with this question: Who wore the jorts better, Rinaldi or this guy?

[via ESPN]

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