One of the strangest sports video we’ve ever seen . . . and that’s saying something!
What appears to happen in this soccer match from the Middle East is the game ends, riot police decide to help the fans exit as quickly as possible over the seats above them (only wimps use exit aisles!) and then you’re shown a slow-mo replay of the worst soccer penalty kick ever . . . which is probably why everyone was rioting.
Well, there’s something you don’t see everyday. If we didn’t know better, we would say that #61 is enjoying the fact that whiny, red-headed fan is being arrested for running onto the field following the University of Texas at San Antonio’s 31-3 win over the Oklahoma’s Northeastern State Riverhawks.
You can sorta understand the UTSA fan’s enthusiasm: it was their first college football game EVER and was a big win. Yet, fans were warned to stay off the field and at least six of those who did–like this guy–found themselves in handcuffs. (Details here.)
(Photo was taken by LISA KRANTZ / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS. Click on link above to see full photo and photo gallery.)
You remember the excitement of being a teenager attending your first high school football game with your friends, right? Now, imagine showing up to the game and being told it’s sold out and they’re not letting anyone else in . . . and all your friends are inside. That’s what happened at the Northwestern vs. South Pointe High School (SC) football game last weekend and two teen-aged girls decided to come up with their own solution, mainly climbing over a fence. Instead of getting in though, they were caught by police and arrested, thus opening up seats for some other kids who showed up late.