During his time in the NFL, Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson was widely known for his gameday antics and his colorful personality. The cameras could simply not turn away from him.


But despite the fact that the man hasn't played NFL ball since 2011,  some online troll took to Wikipedia of all places to adjust a "fact" about Ochocinco's collegiate career, and it's deft.

Blue Mountain State was a television show that followed the comical (and fictional) Mountain Goats of Blue Mountain State University who, like Chad Johnson, were just as renowned for their antics off the field as their performances on it.


Just check out some of Ochocinco's best moments. Drink them all in.

After 11 seasons in the NFL, Ochocinco recorded an outstanding 11,049 yards receiving to pair with 67 TDs. He was also voted to six Pro Bowls and was selected as an All-Pro four times.


In college, Johnson actually played for Oregon State University, not BMS, where he notably played for one season alongside future pro teammate T.J. Houshmandzadeh and was selected in the second round back by the Bengals back in the 2001 NFL draft.


Ochocinco is an all-time fan favorite, and possibly a future Hall of Famer, so BMS would be lucky to ever have them play on their team. If only.