Mike Sherman may have won his first game as a CFL head coach on Saturday night but his headset is still undefeated.
The Montreal Alouettes head coach performed what amounted to an impromptu striptease while trying to rid himself of his pesky headset after his team’s 23-17 win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders showed the entire episode – which lasted almost a minute – on the broadcast.
The jokes came fast and furious.
#CFLAfterDark #CFL pic.twitter.com/vj1j24JAdZ
— Marshall Ferguson (@TSN_Marsh) July 1, 2018
Disturbing, and hilarious. #awkward #CFL #Riders @MTLAlouettes pic.twitter.com/nGCN5XdMxu
— Ken Dawson (@kdawson70) July 1, 2018
Without a doubt, the most entertaining play of the game. #CFL #AlsMTL #Riders https://t.co/LYNEmkY1ES
— Adam Stuart (@adamstuart1) July 1, 2018
This guy just beat the #Riders folks #Packers #Alouettes @bjizzle56 @darrenrovell @DarrellDavisSK @WoodsyCJME @ballsy72 @jamienye #RiderNation @robvanstone pic.twitter.com/iIQrnuq4Ye
— Kayden Lester (@KaydenLester) July 1, 2018
Mike Sherman trying to disrobe on @tsn is something I cannot unsee. #CFL
— Dave Jamieson (@jamieson1260) July 1, 2018
Mike Sherman’s headset put up a better defensive performance against the #AlsMTL than Duron Carter
— CDN Football Countdown (@CFConMikeFM) July 1, 2018
Dear @CFLonTSN I never need to see Mike Sherman take a headset off again… EVER! #makethepicturesstop
— Bill Kempthorne (@wakemp) July 1, 2018
Coach Mike Sherman trying to untangle his headset out of his shirt made more sense than Duron Carter trying to play Defense #CFL #Als #Riders
— Jeff Cabiles (@ShOcKjOcK80) July 1, 2018
Mike Sherman vs. a headset. Who ya got? pic.twitter.com/M0I5yxAZlI
— Eric Hubbs (@BarstoolHubbs) July 1, 2018
Mike Sherman looks good in a halter top. #headphoneproblems
— rob mcanally (@ctvrob) July 1, 2018
"Dressed for success " pic.twitter.com/YLbnQr5Tz9
— Deb Strickland (@DebStrickland65) July 1, 2018
Congrats to Sherman on the win and for being comfortable enough in his own skin to show a little too much of it on national television. And if he needs some advice for how to put a stupid headset in its place, he can always give Jason Maas a call.