Jimmy Kimmel is back with another installment of his show’s popular “Mean Tweets” segment. Usually he goes for celebrities like Lena Dunham and Matthew McConaughey, but this time Kimmel goes after a different demographic.
In honor of Ohio State and Oregon’s national title game, Kimmel decided to make college football stars and ESPN personalities read the horrible things people have to say about them online. Victims range from University of Oregon coach Mark Helfrich to Tim Tebow.
You would think that this bit would get old. It literally never does.
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