Missouri QB Drew Lock hydrates with water bottle thrown at him by fans
Drew Lock had great response to having water bottle thrown his way
Missouri quarterback Drew Lock knows hydration is important. So when a South Carolina fan presents him with free water, he's going to take a sip in order to gain a strategic hydration advantage against the Gamecocks.
Lock was hustling off the field in the first half of Saturday's (surprisingly high scoring) game when a water bottle was thrown onto the field from the student section. The swaggy sophomore, in mid-celebration following a game-tying touchdown by Missouri (14-14 at the time), picked up the water bottle and took a sip.
After you score a TD, nothing will bring you down... even when water bottles are chucked at you. https://t.co/SfhSNojrx7— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 5, 2016
With the retail value of bottle water rising in college football stadiums across the country, Lock got the best of that deal.
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