NCAA football: ‘Pokemon Go’ craze makes its way into the college football universe
It was only a matter of time, right?
"Pokemon Go" has become a global phenomenon of sorts in the past week or so. Free for download on Android and iOS devices, "Pokemon Go" uses augmented reality to allow users to catch real-world elements with its gaming.
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College football teams are taking notice, and it’s quite humorous. Here is some of the comical social fodder we’ve seen as a result of this trend.
J.T. Barrett is not a fan...
Perhaps there’s a new meaning for the phrase "12th man" at Kyle Field.
Nebraska’s Memorial Stadium is a hot spot, so why resist the temptation?
Guys, you don't need to jump the fence to catch Pokemon at the stadium.— Nebraska Huskers (@Huskers) July 12, 2016
We'll let you in on Thursday.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy is taking a break from preparing for the season to catch ‘em all.
The (Pokemon characters) of Troy.
Yes, folks. We live in the year 2016.