I know it was mentioned how the players were arrogant and cocky but I didn't see anything about the fans. I was on the southwest hill and the fans in the WV section were arrogant, cocky, and some were just plain stupid. A WV fan yelled at some ISU fans about how we are a 6 win team and 6 wins sucks, a drunk old man was rubbing it in to some 10 year old ISU fans every time WV got a first down, and when someone on the hill yelled about how Geno was not in the Heisman race anymore someone yelled back "Neither is Knott" and was serious about it...I don't know...just some of the things I noticed today, didn't know if anyone else noticed it either...
I think some ISU fans seriously need to develop a thicker skin.
Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
I thought their fans were really good. I didn't like the players as much but their fans were pretty nice. After what had heard before they can to the big 12 I've been plesentely surprised
Seriously, not a one of these players on any college football team would have made it to this level without a little arrogance. Don't confuse arrogance for being obnoxious or cheap. This is a difficult sport, where you get banged up mentally and physically.
The fans on the other hand have no reason to be arrogant, obnoxious or ******** on any team! Nothing wrong with cheering your team on but lay off the little kids. If you really want to pick a fight then at least target an adult not a child.
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