September 16th, 2010 at 3:38 PM ^


I’ve been a member of Men Against Violence since freshman year, but section 32, are you serious?

No need for a snarky comment ... he makes himself look like the asshat here.

Sgt. Wolverine

September 16th, 2010 at 3:55 PM ^

I really hope this is a miserably failed attempt at humor.  If it is, then...yikes.  If isn't, then...yikes.

I'm pretty sure this is the motto of the entire state of Ohio:

Opposing fans should be physically afraid for their own well-being before coming into our house.

oriental andrew

September 16th, 2010 at 4:04 PM ^

That's just terrible.  Fwiw, I sent a letter to the editor expressing my shock that this hack job of a column was allowed to be published.  If it is a joke, he needs to go back to freshman English to learn how to write.

EDIT: I wonder if the author is damefan1 of youtube infamy...


September 16th, 2010 at 4:48 PM ^

the "number of arrests" comment, I think the fact that this is an attempt at a joke becomes clear.

But boy it seems a strange way to go about it.


September 16th, 2010 at 6:28 PM ^

The girl that was pushed is actually my ex-gf. It was not a love tap but a real push that caused her to fall over one of the benches. 

The author should be ashamed in writing this. 

I really don't get upset at very much, but I'm pretty pissed by this article. You never advocate for someone to be pushed in any context, especially a sporting event. Give them a hard time sure, but there is a line that one should never cross.


September 20th, 2010 at 8:24 PM ^

that this might be satire.  Of course, living in Ohio, this is how my neighbors actually feel about me, so maybe that's part of it. 

The fact that the students laid into this guy for going over the line is part of the reason I root for ND when they play MSU and OSU.  Always root for class over crass.