Back in the late '90s, this Snickers commercial would play on NFL game breaks and on a near Tom Emanski-level during SportsCenter replays. It involved a guy painting an end zone, the aforementioned candy bar, and a previously un-seen team called the Kansas City "Chefs." Actually, great googly moogly, I forgot we had a magic video player that contains every single notable commercial in history:
Why is this commercial relevant today? Because everyone involved in painting this College World Series dugout needs to grab a fucking Snickers. Like, now:
Yep, that's three "L's." Howie Lindsey of the Louisville SportsReport spotted it during opening round play in Omaha, becoming, somehow, the first person to say something public about such a conspicuous mistake. Amazing.