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O’Korn flops, draws penalty

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Michigan Wolverines starting quarterback John O’Korn must be taking some acting classes while at the University of Michigan. There was heavy rain in Ann Arbor, Mich. on Saturday night, but it appears that did not play a factor in O’Korn’s acting abilities.

O’Korn, who has been having a rough night, ended up on the Michigan State Spartans sidelines late in the game. At the moment in question, he was surrounded by Spartans players and coaches.

John O'Korn (Getty Images)

John O’Korn (Getty Images)

He then appeared to flop in an attempt to draw a penalty. And it actually worked.

The Spartans – or maybe a ghost, as we’re close to Halloween – were flagged on the penalty. For what? We don’t actually know, because it was clearly a flop.

Initially, it looked like O’Korn was pulled down from the back. But, the ABC cameras showed that O’Korn acted on the play despite an official being close by – and running it to throw the flag afterwards.

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