Editor’s note: While I wasn’t aware when this story was published that the Twitter account that put this out there makes things up... I do now. Regardless, I stand by my statement that Notre Dame knocked Patterson’s head loose. Enjoy the fun below.
Sometimes there is just too much bullshit on social media to take seriously — or to ever cover properly. I’m not sure what level this story is on, but seeing as how the Notre Dame Fighting Irish still have to play the Michigan Wolverines in three months... I choose to report this about Shea Patterson:
Did Michigan QB Shea Patterson mean to tweet this from his burner account?— College Football Quotes (@cfbquotes) July 7, 2019
Patterson referred to himself in 3rd person and threw shots at both Ohio State QB Justin Fields and Michigan HC Jim Harbaugh in a tweet response to a fan in a now-deleted tweet. pic.twitter.com/msdIba0Wix
UPDATE: A person by the name of Kacie Patterson(we assume a relative of Shea, although we are unable to confirm) posted on our Facebook affiliate page and claimed that Shea's Twitter had been hacked and he was not the poster of this comment. pic.twitter.com/pcRD6d2cXK— College Football Quotes (@cfbquotes) July 7, 2019
I mean... the “I GOT HACKED” excuse is one of the oldest in the social media age, and by my rough estimate — that excuse is bullshit about 95% of the time.
Could it be that Notre Dame’s defensive front knocked him so ridiculously senseless that he’s now talking about himself in 3rd person while trashing his head coach in the process?
I’ll just leave it at that and let you decide for yourself. BTW...
And to close this all out, Patterson spoke about the fake tweet. He’s ruining our fun now, and dammit... that doesn’t mean Notre Dame knocked his head around less. (He sure as shit isn’t shooshing the Irish defense).