We’ve covered a lot of fans behaving badly in the past, but never anyone this old and seemingly harmless. But Lillian Mort, 74, is anything but harmless when it comes to her sideline antics at her local ruby team in Bridgend, South Wales in the UK. She is such a monster that she has now bee banned for three months from attending any other games.
The final straw?When Lillian was accused of abusing committee members after being refused the use of beer tokens given to her by player grandson.
Don’t mess with granny’s free beers!
White-haired Lillian Mort, 74, is accused of standing on the touchline to abuse referees and rival players. Battling Lillian was finally given a red card – for trying to spend beer tokens handed out to players for a drink after a match. Lillian was banned for three months after supporting Pyle RFC for the last 50 years. The ban will stop Lillian from watching matches and having a drink at the club near Bridgend, South Wales. Lillian said: “I feel terrible – I’ve been going to watch games since I was in my 30s.
Okay, not every wide receiver in college loves to run down field and try to knock down an opposing defensive back . . . but Marcus “But I Might Get My Uniform Dirty!” Davis of Virginia Tech takes this contact avoidance to a new low. Just watch him in the video clip below of him against Florida State and see how often he not only misses making a block, he appears to be purposely running AWAY from any contact. Are the VT coaches not watching their own film on this guy?
In the above compilation of last Thursday’s Florida State-Virginia Tech game, Virginia Tech receiver Marcus Davis (wearing the No. 7 jersey, and highlighted with a white arrow in the video) seems to not agree with the concept of blocking for his teammates. Maybe it’s a diffusion of responsibility (Eh, there are nine other dudes. One of them can get that guy), but Davis does not make any effort to contribute as his offense tries to grind out a few more yards. He ended up only catching two passes for 68 yards as the Hokies lost, 28-22.