The Crowd at the Miami Hurricanes Home Opener Could Be Heard from Tallahassee

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All 426 of them went absolutely apeshit.

The above photo is not photoshopped, and it was taken as the Miami Hurricanes took the field for their home opener against Bethune-Cookman on Saturday. Now, it’s natural to lose some enthusiasm when your team finds the loss column for the first time, and I know it’s tough to get jazzed up for Bethune-Cookman, but Kansas State may have just ruined the 2012 season for many of Miami’s feeble-minded fans. They knocked a lot of the shine off this team after dismantling them a week ago, but this is just sad.

Bill and Gary, next door neighbors for 10 years in a modest Miami suburb, spotted each other from three sections over while they were settling in before the game. From their own seats, they caught up and carried on a conversation about the wives, kids, and work for the first quarter and a half. No one seemed to mind.

  • [H/T to Fratsolutely]
  • [via Yahoo! Sports]
  • [image via Michael Casagrande of the Sun Sentinel]




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  1. -1

    This is kind of bullshit. This shot doesn’t show the student section, which isn’t that big, but it was packed. We have less than 10,000 undergrads and play in an NFL stadium that holds 70,000. And we have 5 national championships. Suck my balls

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    Tallapoosa Snu

    Reminds of me going to a Hawks game when I was younger. There was maybe 100 people there and two guys on opposite sides of the arena upper deck across the court from each other were talking shit and could hear each other just fine. The players were even watching them instead of the game. “DONT MAKE ME COME OVER THERE! OH YEAH? ALRIGHT I’LL BE THERE IN ABOUT 10-15 MINUTES. STAY RIGHT THERE BITCH!”

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      Tallapoosa Snu

      The two guys are the subject, 100 people is the indirect object, so the was describes the situation, the ‘were’ later in the sentence is the verb, which referred to the guys. I guess it was a run on. But I’m pretty sure the rest of the sentence dictated the word ‘was’…. I’m not sure. And there arent many english majors in fraternities, so I’m gonna need another source to fact check that one. You might be right, but I have my doubts.

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