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College sports tends to bring out a certain level of hooliganism not usually seen on other American sports. One idiot in the stands put his hooligan tendencies on display towards the end of today’s game between N.C. State and Florida State.
Northern Illinois has been the ugly stepsister of the BCS since bowl matchups were announced about a month ago. Everyone and their mothers has done nothing but rip NIU for achieving their BCS bowl bid, even though they did nothing but play well enough to be beneficiaries of a silly loophole in a silly system. But here’s one of the more intriguing NIU haters: an Orange Bowl rep.
Typically, when a fan runs onto the playing field at a sporting event, it’s usually as a streaker, sometimes with advertising on their body, often intoxicated, and always during a break in the action. Last night’s Florida State-Miami game was interrupted by a fan on the field who bucked ALL of these trends.
Florida State’s Chris Thompson Rushes For Almost 200 Yards In One Half, Is Asked To Adjust Difficulty Settings
Seminoles running back Chris Thompson has just nine carries so far in today’s game against Wake Forest, but that hasn’t stopped him from racking up 197 yards and two touchdowns, which includes touchdown runs of 74 and 80 yards. By the way, Florida State is winning 38-0 at the half.
While the country’s “experts” are fumbling to find a functional rankings system for college football, there’s a very important factor that the stat nerds left out. The list, and our methodology, after the jump.
Tonight the Florida State men’s basketball team erased a 9-point deficit in the final minute-plus against Virginia Tech, thanks to a killer three-pointer made by Michael Snaer in the final seconds of the game. If you happened to wonder what that moment sounded like, while sitting among a group of high-pitched cheerleaders, well, wonder no more.