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All 38 of their fans are in.
"It's time to move on," Gee said in a statement. "I've spent 14 years here. No one knows more about Ohio State than I do. I have 14 years worth of jokes and I'm ready to tell them."
Gee's last day at the helm of Ohio State will be July 1st. He has a comedy show scheduled for July 2nd on the campus of the University of Michigan and another at Penn State on July 3rd before heading out on a two-week tour through SEC. All shows are already sold out.
Gee got into trouble in recent weeks when comments he made at an Ohio State event about Bret Bielema, Notre Dame, Louisville and the SEC were made public.
"As easy as it was to make fun of those people, making fun of Ohio State will be ten times easier," said Gee. "Trust me. I've been amongst them for years. They honestly consider themselves to be a rigorous academic institution and on the same level as the top SEC teams at football. It's hilarious. I've got unlimited material."
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He must have read about it on InfoWars.com/NCAAF.
Picture Oregon Ducks VW Bug Car
Unfortunately, the car catches fire if it travels near the BCS title game.
The 55-year study, the longest running study in history on sports team and referee interaction, was a joint effort conducted by Harvard, Stanford and Oxford universities.
"The shittier the team, the more it tends to believe the refs are against them," said Roger Vance, a Harvard professor who announced the study's findings. "It was like this across all sports, and all levels of play, and every country. While good teams sometimes feel targeted by officials, shit teams inordinately blame refs for everything that goes agains them."
Fan behavior was also tracked by the researchers.
"As much as shitty teams complain about officiating, the fans of shitty teams complain exponentially more," said Vance. "In fact, we almost quit doing the study several times because we found these people to be so annoying."