ASU fan keeps word, gets pitchfork tattooed on butt
Prior to Arizona State’s matchup with Kansas at Wells Fargo Arena, lifelong Devils fan Tommy Czerwinski tweeted this:
Of course, ASU pulled off the upset over No. 1 Kansas 80-76 causing the tweet to go viral.
The likes of Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson and D-backs pitcher Archie Bradley chimed in to make sure Czerwinski kept his word.
Shirts were even made that were worn by members of the infamous Curtain of Distraction.
Prior to going under the needle, Sun Devils head coach Bobby Hurley told Czerwinski that although he loved it, he didn’t want his name tattooed on anybody.
Following the words of Hurley, Czerwinski compromised to receive the pitchfork logo instead.
The Arizona State pitchfork was permanently inked on Czerwinski’s buttocks on Saturday.
Former Sun Devils safety Jordan Simone hosted the livestream of Czerwinski receiving the tattoo.
College Bar & Grill, located just outside of Wells Fargo Arena, held the event as a pregame tailgate for the Devils’ home game against Colorado.