Just like every year for the past 16 years, the Dallas Cowboys are holding training camp in Oxnard, California and they have no shortage of fans in that area who will come out to see the team.
One fan showed up who couldn’t careless about the team, and it made it even more legendary when Cowboys fans noticed the outsider.
The San Francisco fan, wearing a George Kittle jersey and Niners hat on his head, walked in an area where every fan could see him and he promptly received a course of boos from the crowd. He did not give a damn.
What makes this even better is that the 49ers were the team responsible for knocking out the Cowboys in the playoffs just a few months ago. The team was 12-5 and had high hopes of going deep into the postseason.
Dallas mounted an impressive comeback, cutting a 23-7 fourth-quarter deficit to 23-17. However, the Cowboys got the ball at their own 20-yard line with 32 seconds left and no timeouts remaining.
The Cowboys ran a quarterback draw, with Dak Prescott scampering up the middle to the 49ers’ 24-yard line. After sliding to end his run, Prescott got up and handed the ball to his center, who got ready to snap it. But by rule, the referee must touch and spot the ball before the next play can begin.
By the time the ref came in, time would run out.