Show some class Texas A & M football fans

Lake Charles, Louisiana
September 8, 2017 6:47pm CST
How many times do college football need to learn that football games are only a form of entertainment and not life and death? The latest black eye coming from college football is that some cretin wrote Texas A & M University football coach Kevin Sumlin who is Black a racist, death threat and hateful letter just because in his first football game of the 2017 college football season his team loses a 44-10 lead over the UCLA Bruins last Sunday at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena California in the second half. The Bruins won the football game by a final score of 45-44. Now Sumlin has to deal with one cretin who sends him a hate letter to "resign or else." Message to the hater of Coach Sumlin is as follows: If you coach a bunch of teens better than Sumlin can, then go and do his job or else shut your mouth since making death threats at Coach Sumlin will have the police in College Station will come and find you who you are. Remember the saying from former Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Colts football coach Don Shula. The slogan is "Success is not forever and failure is not fatal." Sumlin has been the head coach of the Aggies football program since 2012.
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@FourWalls (9434)
• United States
9 Sep
There is no accounting for some "fans," even though they prove the fact that "fan" is a shortened form of fanatic. I don't think there are any bigger rivals than the Red Sox and the Yankees, but I remember the signs of support from Boston fans after 9/11 and the New York fans after the Boston Marathon bombing. It is just a game.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
9 Sep
I am not going to get sick over a sports event anymore. For crying out loud it is only the first game of the regular season, not the playoffs.
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@jstory07 (57114)
• Roseburg, Oregon
8 Sep
I hope they catch whoever send that letter. The couch is just a man doing his job.
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@JohnRoberts (38548)
• Los Angeles, California
1 Oct
They get fanatical crazy down in Texas.