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The fans of the Siena Saints are accused of not being so saintly

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on March 31, 2009

As March Madness is coming to a close & I’m constantly cursing my picks because they’re failures, I’m reminded of the upset picks that I successfully picked. One such pick was Siena over Ohio State.

In what was one of the better opening round games this year the Saints of Siena defeated the Buckeyes of Ohio State in Dayton Ohio. Local Ohioans were heart broken and to compound matters worse the fans of Siena were apparently drunk and rowdy leaving Dayton residences and Ohio State fans with delicate sensibilities upset. The Albany Times Union reports that one Ohio State fan in particular had the following to say:

Thank God Siena fans have left Dayton, Ohio! Your local fans were anything but saints when they were in Dayton for the NCAA Tournament. The students were drunk, rude and profane. Worst yet, the adults, alumni and parents were just as bad. Thank the UD Arena security officer’s restraint for not throwing all of them out on Sunday. Fans cursed out security officers and other fans. The yelling of the “F” word in front of elderly and young children was unbelievable. Is it like this at home or is this just a gift to those they visit? Louisville spared Indy. Don’t come back!

Gene Jarman
West Carrollton, Ohio

Sweet! Not only were student drunk but the parents and alumni were plastered as well. Now I do not condone the yelling of the “F” word in front of children or the elderly however how many of you reading this has been in a sports bar where there is always one dude in an Ohio State jersey making an ass of his self? I bet that one dude will also write strongly-worded letters to out-of-state newspapers as well.

Please note I’m not picking on Ohio State (this time) but rather I’m picking on “Gene” because if people don’t hear the “F” word from drunken basketball fans, they won’t hear it anywhere else. Not at the park, not in the nursing home, and definitely not at the bingo parlor. Get my point? And quite honestly I’ve been to a regional in Dayton (1995)…everyone should thank God when they leave.

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