oregon stud kayvon thibodeaux dropped f-bomb on live tv
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Oregon star pass rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux dropped an f-bomb following the Ducks’ win over the UCLA Bruins on Saturday.

The NO. 10 Oregon Ducks went through a roller coaster of emotions on Saturday during their game against the UCLA Bruins. Oregon trailed 14-0 early on, took a 34-17 lead and held on to secure the 34-31 win after a game-ending interception recorded by D.J. James.

After the game, star pass rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux was interviewed by ESPN’s Holly Rowe, where he said the Ducks coaching staff drew up a “great scheme.” He said that, but he threw in an f-bomb in between the two words.

Kayvon Thibodeaux says excuse my French dropping an f bomb on the interview with Holly Rowe ???????????? pic.twitter.com/4oWz9wahjV

— CapWize (@CapWize) October 23, 2021

Kayvon Thibodeaux has huge game in front of NFL general managers

Thibodeaux had a solid performance on Saturday, as he recorded nine combined tackles (eight solo) and three sacks on the day. Thibodeaux wrecked UCLA’s offensive line and proved why he is the presumptive favorite to be the first-overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Speaking of the draft, Thibodeaux had some high-profile visitors from the NFL in attendance for the game, including three general managers. Those GM’s in question were Brad Holmes of the winless Detroit Lions, Nick Caserio of the 1-5 Houston Texans and Chris Ballard of the Indianapolis Colts, per Oregon Live.

Entering Saturday, Thibodeaux recorded 13 total tackles (eight solo), two sacks and one forced fumble through three games.

Despite Thibodeaux having a three sack showing on Saturday, his f-bomb will be receiving the majority of attention on social media.

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