Star Wars Day is celebrated creatively by athletes and sports teams

George Lucas, a filmmaker, released the iconic “Star Wars” movie in May 1977. It has been a timeless classic in film and television since its inception. In honor of Star Wars' unofficial holiday on May 4, the well-known catchphrase “May force be with You” has been changed to “May The Fourth Be With You”.

The film is a familiar icon in the world of sports, with many athletes using it for inspiration.

Star Wars is used by several teams. trolling purposes. Missouri TigersAfter his team beat the Patriots, Eli Drinkwitz, football coach, brandished a lightsaber. Florida Gators24-23 in overtime. It was Dan Mullen's direct response in 2020, when he was the Gators coach. wore a Darth Vader costumeFollowing his team's victory over Mizzou, 41-17, he spoke at a news conference.

Athletes and sports teams are participating in Star Wars Celebration Wednesday.

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