Kentucky Football Twitter Account Roasted Over Bowl Rings

The Kentucky football team’s official Twitter account is learning that there are some things you just shouldn’t share.

On Tuesday, the Wildcats tweeted out a photo of the rings that members of the team received for their efforts during the 2017 college football season.

It’s all fine and dandy with the Governors Cup being represented for the Wildcats’ big win over rival Louisville, but the opposite side of the ring is what raised some eyebrows.

The rings feature the Taxslayer Bowl logo — which Kentucky lost in blowout fashion.

This morning, our players received their bowl rings. #WeAreUK pic.twitter.com/i1r4F03Ryb

— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) April 18, 2017

Kentucky lost the Taxslayer Bowl, 33-18, and since they presented the image as “bowl rings,” Twitter immediately began trolling the Wildcats over the fact.

I see they're Gold. Fantastic choice to commemorate this milestone event forever! #TogetherWeSwarm #GTGoldOut @GeorgiaTechFB @GeorgiaTech pic.twitter.com/E3j2uoVJj3

— Bold in Gold (@DesignJacket) April 18, 2017

Hahahah. Did the basketball team get rings for losing in the elite eight?

— Brad McGuffin (@bradmcguffin) April 18, 2017

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— Antwan V. Staley (@antwanstaley) April 18, 2017

Even ESPN’s Danny Kanell couldn’t resist taking a shot.

You guys put the score on there or nah??? 🤔🤔🤔 https://t.co/c5LLxMuKOl

— Danny Kanell (@dannykanell) April 18, 2017

That’s most likely not how Kentucky expected the reaction to be, but the Internet can be a cruel, cruel place.

Sorry Wildcats, that’s another…

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— TJ Gledhill (@TJay_G) April 18, 2017

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