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Mississippi State fan trolls wife in local TV news interview

One Mississippi State baseball fan didn't let a rain delay drown his sense of humor and he took an opportunity to troll his wife in the process. Source: KMTV Facebook One Mississippi State baseball fan didn't let a rain delay drown his sense of humor and he took an opportunity to troll his wife in the process. Source: KMTV Facebook
OMAHA, NE (Mississippi News Now) -

One Mississippi State baseball fan didn't let a rain delay drown his sense of humor and he took an opportunity to troll his wife in the process. 

Bulldog fan Terry Powell, of Madison, spoke with Omaha news station KMTV during one of the many rain delays that have postponed this year's NCAA College World Series. 

Twitter user Karen Howell uploaded a clip, from the news station, where Powell talks about the sacrifices that were made in order for him to make his bucket list trip to Omaha. 

"The sacrifices that we personally made to be here are incredible,” Powell says with a straight face. “My wife’s boyfriend sold his prosthetic leg on Craigslist to afford me the opportunity to be here. They get alone time and I get a chance to be in Omaha."

The clip, uploaded to Twitter by Karen Howell, has over 2.3 million views and has been retweeted close to 8,000 times. 

Powell's wife, Lee, replied to the tweet saying she was proud of her husband. 

Many people were impressed with how well Powell committed to the joke. Here are some of their responses. 

Reporter Megan Stewart said that it was nice to mix it up when she has to cover the same event every year. She even tweeted an extended version of the interview where Powell continues with the troll job. 

Mississippi State is 2-0 in the College World Series and is one win away from playing in the national championship game. The Bulldogs will play Oregon State Friday, June 22 at 2 p.m. The Beavers will have to beat MSU twice to advance to the national championship best-of-three series. 

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