Seattle Seahawks quarterback and Super Bowl champion Russell Wilson was born in Cincinnati but grew up in Virginia, where North Carolina State found him in 2007. After three years successful years in Raleigh, a dispute with coach Tom O'Brien about Wilson's desire to play baseball in the offseason spurred a transfer to Wisconsin.
Somehow, despite a future Pro Bowl quarterback falling into his lap, Bert managed to lose three games in 2011. One of those came on Oct. 29 in Columbus, when Braxton Miller threw a last second 40-yard Hail Mary touchdown to Devin Smith.
So Wilson is well versed on the perils of betting against the Buckeyes. For whatever reason, Wilson decided to bet on the outcome of the 2017 Big Ten championship game with a Seahawk ballboy.
You'll never guess what happened next. (Shoutout to that Troy Smith selection, though.)