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Oregon fan forced to get large Ohio State tattoo (photo)

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Oftentimes when there is a big game with some championship implications on the line, fans will tend too get a little crazy. When this happens, they'll make some wagers that they could potentially end up regretting, as was the case for one Oregon Ducks fan recently.

Last week the Ohio State Buckeyes absolutely obliterated Oregon in the first ever College Football Playoff title game, 42-20. There were a lot of people that didn't see the Ducks getting manhandled like that, and that's the recipe for a bet gone completely wrong.

This Oregon fan learned the hard way not to make some wagers you'll regret, as he was forced to get this tattoo after all was said and done.



Oh man, yeah, he does not look happy. He actually looks like every Oregon fan from that Monday night that thought the high-powered Ducks would make easy work of the No. 4 Buckeyes.

Although, his look might be a little worse, because not every Oregon fan got this confident.


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For more sports coverage, please visit FanSided.com and follow Jack Jorgensen on Twitter: @JackJorgensen14
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