Saw that during the broadcast. Didn’t see the players with the figurine, just
The beads looked orange and blue to me. I guess it depended upon the lighting;
I've seen red look grey and yellow white.
It was a cat skeleton. We were playing the Missouri Tigers. I took it to mean
that the fans wanted us to kill the Tigers.
It’s a bit of a reach to think that someone brought a totem to a game against a
team with a feline mascot, but meant for it to be a slight against a different
team that we won’t play for 6 weeks.
> On Oct 17, 2016, at 11:04 AM, JunoGator <broadreach...@earthlink.net> wrote:
> Your bizarre story of the week: Florida fans apparently brought a “Halloween
> cat” figurine — as the university later described it — to the Missouri game,
> and a pair of players were photographed messing around with it on the
> sideline. The problem? It seemed to be a pretty clear jab at LSU
> after the death of tiger mascot Mike VI.
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