Did You See This: Tom Brady can't get a high five PSA

No one will deny the fact that former Michigan quarterback Tom Brady lives a pretty awesome life. He has three Super Bowl rings, nine Pro Bowl appearances, two NFL MVP awards, an unfathomable amount of money, and yes, a supermodel wife.

So what can’t Tom Brady have?

A high five.

Check out this fake public service announcement, which began airing this week online and on local Denver television. The PSA highlights all of Brady’s career accomplishments, and then shows his inability to receive a high five from any of his Patriots teammates this season.

My personal favorite part of the PSA is Sarah McLachlan’s “Arms of an Angel” playing the background – a clear spoof of this – followed by the final message: “If you see Tom Brady, please give him a high five.”

Enjoy, Big Ten fans!

Credit USA Today’s For The Win’s Nina Mandell for the discovery of this video.

Originally from Farmington Hills, MI, I have worked at the Big Ten Network since 2012 and took over my role as web editor and blogger in August, 2013. Follow me on twitter for constant Big Ten updates @srmerriman. Thanks and enjoy!!

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Ian on 1/19/2014 @ 6:12pm EST Said:

As an Ohio State fan, I love this on many levels!

SHERRIE on 1/19/2014 @ 7:13pm EST Said:

Me too! BWAHAHAHAHA!

teddy on 1/19/2014 @ 7:37pm EST Said:

I am a Michigan fan, but I am also a Bills fan and hate Brady.. this is great

Kira Faye Brewer on 1/19/2014 @ 8:06pm EST Said:

He was a great quarterback at Michigan!

buci01 on 1/20/2014 @ 12:01pm EST Said:

I haven’t any idea how anyone can say Brady was a great College Qb !!! I believe he was a back up Qb on that team from up north. I believe was goes around comes around. Could not happen to a ffellow like him.

Philliesblunt on 1/23/2014 @ 11:10am EST Said:

He was a back-up his fresh. and soph. year. Overall he was 395/638, 61.9 completion percentage, 4773 total yards, and 30 TDs with 17 Int. Leaving him with a rating of 134.9. Not to mention he led the team to a national championship in 98. So that might be why people consider him a good college QB…….. Idiot