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Look: Florida State Fan's Horrible Tattoo Is Trending Today

Florida State cheerleaders on the field.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - SEPTEMBER 17: A Florida State Seminoles cheerleader during a game against the Oklahoma Sooners at Doak Campbell Stadium on September 17, 2011 in Tallahassee, Florida. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Two weeks ago, Florida State pulled off arguably the biggest upset we've seen this college football season by taking down North Carolina at home. As a result, a Seminoles fan decided to get a tattoo to honor head coach Mike Norvell.

During the Florida State-North Carolina game, there was a fan in the crowd with a sign that said he'd get a tattoo of Norvell with cornrows if the Seminoles won.

Florida State put together a complete performance against North Carolina, as dual-threat quarterback Jordan Travis led the charge with 191 passing yards, 107 rushing yards and three total touchdowns.

Although he really didn't have to get a tattoo of Norvell with cornrows, the fan with the sign proved he's a man of his word.

Here's how the tattoo of Norvell came out:

Norvell actually saw the tattoo on Friday night, tweeting "Two prime examples of college decisions gone bad...never know when they will come back to haunt you! Wear it proud and can always tell one hell of a story!"

If Norvell continues leading Florida State to wins over ranked opponents, fans might want to refrain from making bets like this moving forward.

Florida State will have the chance to pull off another major upset in three weeks from now when it hosts Clemson.