Confused about Clemson's Hunter Renfrow and the Padres' Hunter Renfroe? We're here to help
On Monday night, the Clemson Tigers' Hunter Renfrow caught two more touchdown passes, including the game-winning score with one second remaining in the fourth quarter, to defeat Alabama in the college football National Championship. This came after he caught two in last year's Championship defeat to 'Bama.
Hunter Renfrow welcome to history. https://t.co/opLhldYSza- ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) January 10, 2017
"But wait," you say. "Hunter Renfrow? Isn't that the former first round pick of the Padres, who made his Major League debut this past season?" Well, no. That's Hunter Renfroe. While they sound the same phonetically, they are actually wholly separate people.
Here is the chart that should break it down nicely for you:
|Hunter Renfroe||Hunter Renfrow|
|Birthdate||Jan. 28, 1992||Dec. 21, 1995|
|Team||San Diego Padres||Clemson Tigers|
|So that means they both have to catch things, right?||Yes||Yes|
|Yeah, but is Hunter their real name?||No. His REAL name is Dustin. THE CONSPIRACY IS REAL.||Yes|
|Wait, do you mean Redfoo from LMFAO?||No. Why would you ask that?||Absolutely not.|
|What about a Renfair?||That's short for Renaissance Fair.||Why are you having so much difficulty with this concept?|
|Touchdowns in a National Championship||0||4|
|Number of 'W's in last name||0||1|
So remember, if you see someone doing this, it's Renfroe, not Renfrow: