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He’s seemingly done it all and has become more of a brand than an actual human being. He’s already known as somewhat of a television personality ever since his reality dating show and the TOcho show. ESPN followed him on his path to play professional soccer with Sporting KC of the MLS. He’s attempted riding a bull and has made a couple of appearances on VH1’s reality show basketball wives, which stars his girlfriend Evelyn Lozada.
You guessed it! We’re once again talking about our old pal Chad Ochocinco.
What else could this man possibly do? He was blasted by former Patriots Tedy Bruschi and Rodney Harrison about being in “awe” of quarterback Tom Brady’s performance in the season opener. If they didn’t like that I wonder what their take would be of Ochocinco’s next stunt.
On Sept. 21 with back-to-back episodes airing at 11:00 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. ET/PT Spike TV’s original comedy series “Blue Mountain State” will start its third season with Chad Ochocinco making a guest appearance.
“Blue Mountain State” is a college comedy that follows the raunchy and ridiculous on and off-field lives of all those involved with Blue Mountain State’s premiere football team.
Ochocinco appears on a show that stars Denise Richards, Emmy Award-winner Darin Brooks and former NFL running back Ed Marinaro to be a part of an eccentric captain induction ceremony.
Brooks’ character Alex is adjusting to being named the new starting quarterback and team captain, when he’s forced to attend a bizarre ceremony to be inducted as captain. Thad (played by Alan Ritchson) leads the ceremony that features all BMS past captains, including Chad Ochocinco.
The Patriots’ receiver makes his comedic acting debut near the end of the show as he and the other captains await Alex’s arrival. With just a couple of lines, Ochocinco appears a few times on camera, once touting a unique utensil used in the ceremony.
The episode is worthy of some good laughs if you like college humor and Chad does a decent job of playing his small role.
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Hopefully, for the New England’s sake, this will be the end of the antics and the end of the saga that is Chad Ochocinco at least for a little while.
I’m sure I’m not alone in feeling that I’d rather see him catching touchdowns instead of catching more flack from former Patriots and fans.
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