Few things in life are more pure than this kickoff tee-retrieving football pooch.
Boise State University has more than 22,000 students, but one bone-ified canine is stealing the show at the BSU college football games.
The Boise State Broncos Division I football team has a four-legged kicking tee retriever, a black Labrador Retriever named Cowboy Kohl. Watch as the dog retrieves the tee after kickoff.
Boise State has a dog who retrieves the tee after Kickoffs and I've never seen anything so pure pic.twitter.com/J4wBy3dgzY
— J.aven Knott (@holdmyavocados) September 15, 2017
The decades-long tradition has seen a handful of canines pass down the reins. Cowboy Kohl has even helped out at baseball and basketball games, too. He was previously the ball boy for the Boise Hawks, a minor league baseball team. Kohl has also been trained to shoot free throws, because why not? When the good dog makes a basket, naturally, the crowd goes wild.
Apparently, the Boise State football dog's top notch fetching skills go viral on average once annually, which proved to be the case in September of this year. Kohl has held his own on the field for the past two years.
Now we just need him to star in home games for volleyball, water polo, softball, field hockey and ice hockey, golf, tennis, and bowling. Then we will attend every college sports game.
Have you seen Cowboy Kohl the tee dog in action? Tell us about it in the comments below!
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