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Literalist
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Bolton pre-game

When the on-camera players stated their names and the school they played for, Bolton named his high school, not Mizzou.

No big deal, but I thought it was interesting. Something to it? Or was it just a shout out to his old high school?
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MIZ58
Missouri Fan
KCMO
Member since Dec 2015
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re: Bolton pre-game
Idk if it’s dependent on which network the Chiefs are playing and the different intro’s used by network but others have said he’s given shoutouts to Mizzou in other games.


MizzouBS
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Missouri
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re: Bolton pre-game
I love my old high school and I might give them a shout out occasionally.

I like in the last 2 years that the announcers have given Mizzou a lot shoutouts. Probably more than any other player I’ve ever watched.


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surgicalvenom
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Omaha
Member since Jan 2014
4547 posts

re: Bolton pre-game
It used to be a slight against the college. But now it's just a cool thing to do as College Fandom pays more attention to recruiting. Plus it changes things up. Everyone who cares knows he went to school 2 hours away.


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everytrueson
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re: Bolton pre-game
I heard all the networks record these at the beginning of the year.

So just depends on what he said to each one.


RamboMizzou
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Springfield
Member since Jan 2014
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re: Bolton pre-game
He says Mizzou 90% of the time.

Not a big deal at all.


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rexorotten
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Missouri
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re: Bolton pre-game
Is this your first time watching an NFL game? Happens all the time.


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