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Fans made great jokes about infamous Michigan booster ‘Uncle T’

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Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Friday, April 3, 2020. Photo Credit: Junfu Han via Imagn Content Services, LLC

Word emerged on Friday that Connor Stalions’ illegal sign-stealing operation may have been funded by a Michigan booster nicknamed “Uncle T.” The revelation led to some hilarious jokes online.

Fans began guessing the real identity of the infamous “Uncle T” and made some great jokes.

Some joked that “Uncle T” could have been ex-Michigan quarterback Tom Brady.

Others joked that “Uncle T” was the fictional “Tim Taylor” character played by comedian Tim Allen on the long-running show “Home Improvement,” where Taylor often wore apparel representing Michigan schools.

Then there were jokes about “Uncle T” being Tony Soprano, the protagonist from legendary HBO show “The Sopranos.”

Alas, the information about the identity of “Uncle T” emerged, though a Michigan booster named Tim Smith denied funding Stalions.

That would have been pretty amazing for Brady to find time to sponsor Stalions’ operation while also playing in the NFL. If only …


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