How About This Kid On The Florida Gators Who’s Missing Half Of His Left Arm Yet Still Went Hard To The Hole For His First Collegiate Points?

zach hod skins one handed player

by Tommy Gimler

Add Zach Hodskins to the list of guys who can plow my sister.

The Florida preferred walk-on scored the first two points of collegiate career during last night’s curb stomping of Jacksonville. Normally, that would be about as newsworthy as my Uncle Mike taking a shit, but given the fact that Hodskins was born without the bottom half of his left arm, it’s a pretty big deal.

Twenty bucks says Jacksonville gave #5 the Forrest Gump treatment on the bus after the game for allowing a one-handed player to take him to the hole like that.

But apparently that happened on a rather frequent basis when Hodskins played high school ball, as not only did he finish his drives to the rim, but he also hit 60 percent of his three-point shots and was one hell of a passer. And now, the one-handed wonder has jumped all the way into the top five on the list of guys who can fuck my sister, which means the final list of 2015 looks like this:

List of Guys Who Can Plow My Sister

1. Mike Trout

2. Aaron Rodgers

3. Steph Curry

4. Zach Hodskins

5. Clayton Kershaw

Wait, there’s more: It’s Official: Delonte West Hates LeBron James

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One Response to How About This Kid On The Florida Gators Who’s Missing Half Of His Left Arm Yet Still Went Hard To The Hole For His First Collegiate Points?

  1. Nic says:

    Hmmm… what’s your sister look like? Ever since A Rodg has been with Olivia Munn, he seems to be more concerned about Vine hits than hitting his targets.

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