Student Section Chant

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wrenhal

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The OSU Provost received a complaint about that particular chant after our first game of the season.
I bet I know the Karen that sent it. There is a lady on Facebook that was ranting about it and how she'd get them punished.

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kaboy42

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This actually a fad right now. It’s happening at games across the country. It’s even a social media fad at the moment also. Not trying to make an excuse for it, but rather she’s some light in it.
I've heard it on every college football game broadcast I've watched this season. Heard it during the ISU/Iowa game... heard it during the ISU/Baylor game... heard it during our K-State game... heard it during the Texas/Arky game...

Yeah, I'd say it's a thing right now.

And no I don't like it. But it sure shows that the divisiveness hasn't lessened in the least bit.
 
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[QUOTE="kaboy42, post: 4285427, member: 2646"
And no I don't like it. But it sure shows that the divisiveness hasn't lessened in the least bit.[/QUOTE]

Nobody that posts on here should be surprised by this..
 

OSUCowboy787

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This is why many people were against any and all BLM kneeling or other protests mid game. Once you open the doors to one side the other will find a way to be 'heard'. Keeping politics out of sports and entertainment was always the priority for most of the anti kneeling crowd but it was turned into a racist position. Political statements at entertainment events will continue to be the norm.
 
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This is why many people were against any and all BLM kneeling or other protests mid game. Once you open the doors to one side the other will find a way to be 'heard'. Keeping politics out of sports and entertainment was always the priority for most of the anti kneeling crowd but it was turned into a racist position. Political statements at entertainment events will continue to be the norm.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tmd-ClpJxA
 

CocoCincinnati

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I have come to really hate politics lately. Is nothing safe. Keep politics out of my sports, out of my movies, out of my video games.

I don't disagree with the sentiment but not interested in thinking about it while I'm watching the Cowboys.
 

andylicious

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I don't think it's about anything other than college kids being college kids. Hip Hop is accepted by geezers like me, they do the traditional and Joe is the ultimate old.
 

Jostate

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Color me skeptical it's more about actual Biden policies than it is just old fashioned nihilism.
Kids are sheep. Someone started the herd in that direction at the moment. Give them 6 months and they'll be challenging each other to squirt lemon juice in their own eyes or something new.