It’s not often that Jimmy Kimmel Live! hooks up with sports events, but this year he worked to make College GameDay epic and the results are pretty hilarious. Check out Jimmy Kimmel sharing the top 14 game day signs of 2014. You can see 14-8, below, and the top 7 further down the page.
You expect the silly signs with the D and the fence, but the football signs that made Jimmy Kimmel’s list are particularly hilarious, poking fun at everything from Kirk Herbstreit’s fashion choices (which is pretty mean, considering he’s nothing like Craig Sager). Urban Meyer also gets poked fun of, but not because Cardale Jones is coming through unexpectedly. Instead, there’s a Meyer sign that says, “Urban Meyer hates Frozen,” written in the Disney font. Hilarious. The signs aren’t all about sports personalities. One winner simply says “this sign is green” while the number 8 entry simply says “I’m naked.” (He is).
Luckily, the signage fun doesn’t stop there. Kimmel’s team followed all the big games and put together a list of the best signs from College GameDay. Without further ado, here are the top 7 big winners from 2014.
Again a lot of these are about sports personalities. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn apparently “uses a shake weight,” an insult that is especially hilarious for those who have seen the shakeweight-related episode of South Park. Some dude also gets pretty high on the list with a sign that literally just says “sign.” I’m not sure how that beat “I’m naked,” but judging is subjective.
Kimmel put the whole thing together leading into the College football playoffs, where fans can enter the “Lord of the Poster Board” competition, which basically means those going to the game should show up with a kickass sign and should then take a photo and tweet it with #LOTPB for consideration in Kimmel’s big contest. So, if you are planning on going to the Ohio State v. Oregon game, you should really consider coming up with a clever sign. We could be writing about you in a week or so.
In the meantime, you can catch new episodes of ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! on weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET.