Everyone’s Making Fun Of These 2 Florida State Fans Tonight

first_imgTwo FSU fans in the crowd at a game.Florida State is losing to Virginia Tech 17-3 in the fourth quarter right now in Tallahassee. It has been a rough season opener for the Seminoles thus far.Even a couple of the home fans are having a tough night. During the third quarter, the ESPN camera panned to a group of men decked out in Florida State colors.That isn’t unusual in and of itself, but what was weird is that two of those guys were wearing FSU superhero costumes.To say they are taking some abuse on Twitter would be accurate.Grown men dress up as superheros at FSU game https://t.co/qiLzSpOxEo— Kevin McGuire (@KevinOnCFB) September 4, 2018At what point do you look in the mirror and realize you are an adult? pic.twitter.com/rXFgXY6DX2— Derek Tyson (@DerekJTyson) September 4, 2018Believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything. pic.twitter.com/7j6TG1huvM— Kevin McGuire (@KevinOnCFB) September 4, 2018Florida State pic.twitter.com/pW3WfNOUsE— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) September 4, 2018Fans, you do what you will but…unless you are unable to drive a car…don’t wear a cape. Yeah, I’ve already changed my mind, don’t do what you want if that thing is wearing a cape.— Josh McCuistion (@JLMcCuistion) September 4, 2018IF you insist a cape is the move, though, couple it with a mask to hide your identity and protect your loved ones… from the embarrassment pic.twitter.com/vM7kFcpGKF— Josh Helmholdt (@JoshHelmholdt) September 4, 2018Something a little bit different with Florida State football fans ? pic.twitter.com/nwhM0YzhUW— WonderousATX (@wonderousATX) September 4, 2018Note to those fans: love the enthusiasm fellas, but next time, just leave the costumes at home.last_img read more

SHF apologies – EHF statement

← Previous Story Katarina Bulatović angry on Romanian coach Tadici: “You have to know what fair play means” Next Story → Women’s EHF EURO 2012: Serbs or Czechs for two points – Sweden wants full package for Belgrade Following the match in the Women’s EHF European Championship between Serbia and Norway on 4 December 2012, the EHF was made aware of an incident or incidents in the match involving the Serbian coach, Saša Bošković, and Norwegian player, Linn Jørum Sulland.The EHF EURO 2012 Tournament Management has examined video footage from the game and considers the action of the coach in the match unacceptable.It is however evident that the media, through the selection of match scenes, has not presented a complete picture of the incidents.No action was taken during the match nor was a report made by the referees or the match delegate.There were also no official complaints received by the EHF.Under the existing regulations, no disciplinary action procedures have been initiated following the match.The EHF EURO Tournament Management will, however, issue a statement to all delegations, referees and technical officials to the effect that such an action cannot be accepted and that officials must be vigilant for similar infringements during the course of the Women’s EHF European Championship.The EHF will revise the EHF EURO tournament regulations in the future in order that similar cases can be initiated by the Tournament Management.Before EHF media statement, Serbian handball Federation apologized because of act of NT coach, Saša Bošković. read more