Liga MX Fan Served Dose Of Knowledge By College Freshman Who Just Got Into Soccer

Austin, TX - Despite watching Liga MX, and his family team Cruz Azul, for nearly 20 years, Raul Hernandez was reportedly served a big dose of knowledge by University of Texas freshman Brad Hightower on Sunday.

"I dropped a knowledge bomb. You can trademark that. And that guy? he should know, because I found out about it on Wikipedia yesterday."

"I dropped a knowledge bomb. You can trademark that. And that guy? he should know, because I found out about it on Wikipedia yesterday."

"I told that bro whats up with his league and with his team," stated Hightower to The Nutmeg News on Monday. "I got all real on him about the structure of Cruz Azul and how they are lining up, their history in the league, pretty much everything I learned on Wikipedia in the past week."

Hightower noticed that a detail about Cruz Azul was wrong in a facebook post that Hernandez re-posted from elsewhere, so he took time out of his busy schedule playing FIFA in his dorm room to lambaste the long time fan about the intracacies of his team.

"I didn't want to do it, but I had to. He had to know he was wrong. I took that tiny nugget of information that I got from the internet and I put it in the olive oil press of my mind trap and squeezed it until I hit pure nutrient gold. Raul is going to thank me one day," stated Hightower.

The Nutmeg News will have less on this as Hernandez rolls his eyes, moves on with his life, and sits down to watch Cruz Azul v Atlas on Saturday.