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Arizona State fan kicked out for throwing object at Arizona players (GIF)

These Arizona State fans are really starting to cultivate a poor reputation. First there were allegations from Oregon’s coaches last weekend that they and their players were spit on by Sun Devils fans at Wells Fargo Arena. Then on Friday night, an ASU fan was kicked out after being caught throwing an object onto the court at Arizona players early in the second half.

It’s hard to tell what the object was, and Arizona coach Sean Miller didn’t even see it happen, but security was all over the guy and wasted no time throwing him out:

Arizona State fan kicked out

Arizona State students allegedly spit on Oregon coaches, players

ASU sparkyAn Oregon basketball coach and trainer say they were spit on after the Ducks’ 74-72 loss at Arizona State on Saturday and that their players were spit on during halftime of the game.

According to The Oregonian’s Andrew Greif, Ducks assistant coach Brian Fish and athletic trainer Clay Jamieson said after the game that an ASU student spit on them as they were walking to the locker room following the defeat. They declined to press charges, instead saying they just wanted the student who did it to be scared.

“I didn’t want any charges, just for him to be scared (witless),” Fish said via The Oregonian. “We all deserve second chances, he’s a college kid. But that was completely uncalled for.”

Fish also said the Ducks’ players were spit on as they headed to the locker room for halftime.

Apparently the setup at Wells Fargo Arena, where the Sun Devils play home games, has students flanking both ends of the tunnel where the opposing team walks. Oregon coach Dana Altman called that a security issue he thinks ASU should address.

Either that, or maybe the students just shouldn’t spit on other people. That really shouldn’t be too much to ask.

Old guy kicks Arizona State student in the face (Video)

Old-guy-kicks-ASU-studentAn old guy and an Arizona State student walk into a football game. Anyone heard this joke before? That’s because it’s not a joke.

The old dude kicks the Arizona State student directly in the face, that’s what happens.

We don’t really have much context to provide other than to tell you a Deadspin reader sent this video in this week after capturing it at the Arizona-Arizona State game on Saturday. It’s pretty self explanatory that the senior citizen and young man were angry with each other over something. The next thing you know a boot is flying and fists are raining down.

Don’t let my gray hair fool ya.

Baby photographed doing keg stand at Arizona State tailgate (Picture)

A picture of a baby doing a keg stand at an Arizona State tailgate is beginning to go viral, and police are investigating the matter.

The picture first appeared at TheDirty.com on Monday, and the website’s owner says an appalled student sent it in. The picture is said to have been taken before last Saturday’s Arizona State-Utah game.

“ASU police are looking into the posted photo. It’s not clear if this is a joke or an actual event that occurred. Police are contacting the website…” AZfamily.com reports.

Regardless of whether or not this was a joke, it’s pretty damn stupid. I’m not sure why any parents figured taking a baby in diapers and sticking a hose from a keg into its mouth is funny, but apparently they did. That’s pretty disturbing, but as we know, there are plenty of disturbed people in the world. The ones who orchestrated this photo are part of that group.

H/T Lost Lettermen

ASU Fans Get Rowdy, Throw Bottles

One of the better college basketball games over the weekend was between Washington State and Arizona State in Tempe. Arizona State led early in the game, but then they got down big in the second half, only to come back and bring it within a point. James Hardin missed his last shot which would’ve given ASU the win, and quite obviously the fans were pissed about the 56-55 loss.

[Coach Tony] Bennett said his assistant coaches told him that “a couple” Washington State players were hit by debris thrown from the stands as they left the floor. Bennett did not identify the players.

“A couple of our kids did get peppered in the head by water bottles coming off the court,” Bennett said.

“That’s unfortunate. There’s a lot of energy and emotion, but you know, you don’t throw stuff at players. And who knows? Maybe it was trying to go at the official and maybe it dovetailed at him. I hope not. It’s heat of the moment. But nobody got hurt, so we’ll live to fight another day.”

All I can say at this point is … good thing there aren’t any Milton Bradleys on Washington State. Then again, I’ve seen fans behave far worse. Oh, and far as the pictured chicks go, clearly they cannot be happy about these rowdy fans ruining the reputation of ASU fans. Don’t worry, I still think quite highly of you all.