While rushing the field or court in college athletics is “illegal” and frowned upon in the student handbook, it is not a rule that security staffs normally enforce. As long as the celebration remains under control and fans don’t do anything stupid, there’s nothing wrong with a little unity after a big victory. A security guard at the Iowa-Minnesota game last Saturday was having none of that, as he was trucking and tripping fans who rushed the field after the Minnesota victory. Check out this video via The Wiz of Odds:
Haircut hazing has officially reached epidemic status. Maybe I just wasn’t paying attention as closely in past years or maybe it wasn’t as well-documented, but I don’t ever remember more rookies — and now freshmen — with bad haircuts leading up to the regular season. The Patriots gave their rookies slightly embarrassing haircuts. They were then outdone by Tim Tebow’s Friar Tuck haircut, the Jaguars more vulgar cuts, and the Raiders shaving one entire side of a rookie’s head and face.
According to Sportress of Blogitude, this is a first for the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Is a coach yelling at them in the above photo, or are they just that humiliated? Maybe they’re feeling the pressure of being leaned on to revive a program that ranked 113th out of 120 in sacks allowed and last in rushing in the Big Ten last season. In any event, freshmen all over the country should now beware: haricut hazing has reached the collegiate level. Here’s a look at all the rookie and freshman haircut hazing pictures we’ve featured to this point: