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6 hours ago, HeSoColt said:

That was my exact thought. It was a 3rd and 2 I believe, cannot remember specifically. But, the man behind me, tapped me and said that "that cheering was a bit loud on an easy 3rd down"


I was baffled... but it made me cheer every more loud on every play that I could.

I would've told him if he didn't like it then move. That is his problem.

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