An oblivious fan wandered onto the field during LSU’s big win over Southern on Saturday, producing an odd event at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, La.
Southern had a 3rd-down play in their territory against the Tigers. Just as the Jaguars were getting their play set, the fan slowly strolled through the end zone. The fan made it to the 5-yard line by the time the ball was snapped. He stopped around the 10-yard line, put his hands on his waist, and admired the view in front of him.
The fan, who was wearing an LSU T-shirt, did not flinch when security approached him. But he resisted the officers at first. He had to be taken to the ground after initially fighting with the officers.
Several players struggled down the stretch during the final round of the US Open on Sunday. Two of the best approach shots we saw may have actually come from a streaker who was wearing a rainbow cape.
A streaker somehow made his way onto the course at Torrey Pines with a few golf balls and an iron. He hit some shots and taunted security before he was eventually taken down. You can see the video below:
Bryson DeChambeau actually had to wait for a bit before hitting a shot because the streaker ran onto the course up ahead of him. The guy will probably spend a night in jail, but he might feel it’s worth it. At least he got to hit a couple of shots at the US Open.
They got him out of the tarp roller and he is now being taken away by a group of security guards and police officers. It is absolutely pouring and they can’t get the fence open to usher him out of the stadium. He’s standing in mud on the warning track. Unreal.
A fan found out the hard way that running onto the field at Autzen Stadium can be a painful endeavor.
During Saturday night’s game between the Oregon and Cal, a fan got the not-so-bright idea to run onto the field. As he approached the 15-yard line, he put his arms up in the air in a victorious motion. A couple of seconds later he was tackled to the ground by Oregon running back Cyrus Habibi-Likio.
Jones-Quartey had a funny comment about the tackle.
On a lighter note, #Chiefs safety Harold Jones-Quartey (@HJQ_29) gets my game ball (if I had one). He had one official tackle and one unofficial tackle of a goofball. "I don’t know, I felt like I just wanted to get it over with and get to play some football."
One fan’s moment of glory running onto the field at SunTrust Park in Atlanta ended very badly.
A fan ran onto the field during Wednesday’s Braves-Cardinals game. The fan was pretty swift in the open field, but once he got cornered by home plate, it all came to an end. A security worker absolutely drilled the fan:
That worker hit like he had some playing experience. I’m going to say high school at the least, possibly low-level college ball. That was a legit hit. The Falcons might have to bring him in to help with tackling drills.
A fan at Wednesday’s Cincinnati Reds game completed one of the most well-planned out field invasions/escapes that we have ever seen.
19-year-old Justin Buchanan of Noblesville, Ind., made the two-hour trip to Great American Ballpark to watch the Reds beat the Cubs, and he decided to make things interesting in the eighth inning.
As part of a bet with friends, Buchanan ran onto the field and near center fielder Billy Hamilton. Unlike most streakers, Buchanan actually planned his escape route and hopped the center field fence, running past security on his way out the stadium. He had planned the move prior to the game.
“My mom, when I texted her about it, she asked if I was ready to be escorted out of the game,” Buchanan told ABC6. “And I told her that it’d be fine. She actually told me if I got in trouble, my car money’s for bail.”