Making it to the college national football championship may come easy for these athletes, but knowing facts about the 1990s? Not so much.
On Monday, ESPN released a video that featured several players from the LSU Tigers and Clemson Tigers teams being asked to identify different people and items that were popular in the ’90s.
The players, which included Trevor Lawrence, Grant Delpit and Ja’Marr Chase from LSU, and Justyn Ross from Clemson, were all born between 1998-2001.
First, the boys were asked to identify the logo for AOL, and right off the bat, they were stumped.
“What the hell is this? Is this messaging?” one player asked, while another said, “Is this like a website or something?”
Next up, the athletes had to identify Britney Spears — and it didn’t go well.
“I know her name,” one player said as he laughed off not being able to identify the “Oops I Did it Again” singer.
“It’s gotta be Lindsay Lohan or Hilary Duff,” said another player, which was echoed by another teammate, who confidently guessed that Spears was Lohan.
“Ive never seen her in my life,” one player admitted of the photo of Spears, while another candidly said, “Can I tell you who I thought it was? Lady Gaga.”