Pic: Brian O'Driscoll picks up his honorary degree from Queen's University
BSP for BOD because he is GOD...
There are so many reasons why JOE would award Brian O'Driscoll an honorary award.
For example, that pass to himself against Ulster, the 'chip try' against Wasps or the fact that he is probably the greatest rugby player to ever wear the green jersey.
We feel that there should be modules taught to all upcoming rugby players on how to expertly pass between your legs and how to tackle with the strength of two men like he did.
Ireland's record try scorer was in Queen's University today to pick up a well deserved honorary degree for his services to sport.
Who needs to study when you can win four Celtic Leagues, three Heineken Cups, two Six Nations titles, the Grand Slam and captain the Lions?
We're more accustomed to seeing O'Driscoll in his blue or green jersey than a robe and mortarboard so we're still a little freaked out.
Brian O'Driscoll has just received an honorary degree from Queen's University in Belfast for his services to sport. pic.twitter.com/LwnXkP5AOR
— EatSleepRugby (@Eat_Sleep_Rugby) December 10, 2014