Arizona State University Wins Daniel Tosh's College Campus Invasion Challenge -- Despite Never Entering Contest
Tucked between bits about one of his interns eating his feces and a video where a pregnant porn star pukes after the "money shot," comedian Daniel Tosh announced last night that Arizona State University has won his show's College Campus Invasion challenge.
Since March, Tosh has been looking for the school with "the hottest cheerleaders or the best parties or the hottest cheerleaders." The most appropriate university wins a live taping of Tosh's show on Comedy Central, Tosh.0, at their school.
ASU, apparently, fits the bill.
The best part: ASU didn't even enter the contest.
Tosh invited college students across the country to send videos to his show explaining why their school should win the contest.
Michigan State University made a compelling/obnoxious argument (which we'll show you below), but Tosh went with the Sun Devils -- again, despite ASU never entering the contest.
"All summer long we've been asking you to submit entries for our College Campus Invasion, and we finally have a winner," Tosh announced on his show last night. "I know you all worked really hard on your videos, but they came across desperate. So we picked a school that didn't even send one in: We will be going to Arizona State University. Yeah. That campus is full of hotties. And the fact that they could care less about our show drives us crazy."
MSU, apparently, was the runner-up. See the Spartans video below.
No firm date has been set for Tosh's ASU show, but we'll be sure to let you know as soon as it has.
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