Georgia super fan Clark Hurst, also a self-described “scooter adventurist,” is currently en route on his motor scooter from Athens to Pasadena to see his Bulldogs take on Oklahoma in the College Football Playoff Semifinal. He started his adventure on December 21 at Sanford Stadium...




Yep. Oh here was our pal back in 2014...

Good luck brah.

(ugawire.com)
Filed Under: Georgia Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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42 Comments
dude almost has this serial killer look. this might not end well
Reply11 months
So did this guy make it there alive or get kidnapped on the border ?!?!?
Reply11 months
Broke down in New Mexico... Got a free fight after hitchhiking to Tuscon...
11 months
Flight...
11 months
This guy has to be on the autism spectrum. seriously. Cringe videos are very typical of teen and adult autism folks. And I mean no disrespect.
Reply11 months
You might be on to something Pav
11 months
LULZ
Reply11 months
All I can think of is “splat”. Dumb kid.
Reply11 months
He gets called Flag a lot, minus the L
Reply11 months
Looks like serious catch for the jawja ladies
Reply11 months
Boomer Sooner
Reply11 months
Is he high?
Reply11 months
"The time to conserve was much... much long ago..."
Reply11 months
I guess he just enjoys the feeling of wind in his vagina.
Reply11 months
I don’t think scooters are allowed on the interstate system.
Reply11 months
In related news, Georgia super fan Clark Hurst, a self-described “scooter adventurist,” was found dead somewhere along I-10 in Texas.
Reply11 months
That is my upvote
11 months
His stator went out in Tejas. It cost him a day but he had built in a day cushion. He has to make almost 300 miles a day to make it now.
Reply11 months
I see Lloyd. How's Harry getting there?
Reply11 months
THis guy is every dog fan I have ever met in real life.
Reply11 months
Why is this making headlines then
11 months
What a moron.
Reply11 months
He’s gonna have severe diarrhea after all that Waffle House
Reply11 months
Meth destroys lives.
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