It’s the thought that counts for Arizona State starting quarterback Brock Osweiler, who has a tattoo on his left arm that reads: “Live Life to It’s Fullest.”
We appreciate the sentiment, Brock, but your poor English distracts us from the message. “It’s” shouldn’t have an apostrophe for those scoring at home.
But don’t worry. It’s not the first time that someone has made a public grammar mistake. Old Navy recently printed Michigan t-shirts that read: “Lets Go!!” at the top without the apostrophe.
But if Osweiler keeps throwing for 353 yards and three TDs as he did in a win over Missouri last week, nothing else will matter.