Purdue lineman ‘chugs’ random beer thrown onto discipline throughout Iowa upset


Purdue lineman 'chugs' random beer thrown onto discipline throughout Iowa upset

Iowa followers had been exceptionally annoyed watching their second-ranked Hawkeyes lay an egg in opposition to Purdue on Saturday — annoyed sufficient, even, to waste completely good beer.

Throughout the third quarter of unranked Purdue’s 24-7 upset of Iowa, an unknown Hawkeyes fan tossed a beer onto the sphere of Kinnick Stadium. Offensive lineman Greg Lengthy noticed the beer and, clearly not wanting it to go to waste, picked it up and dumped it on his face.

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Gotta keep hydrated, proper?

To be honest to the random Iowa fan, the Hawkeyes — who had simply climbed to No. 2 within the polls following their win over No. 4 Penn State — responded with an absolute dud of a recreation. The protection had no reply for Boilermakers quarterback Aidan O’Connell, who accomplished 30 of 40 passes for 375 yards and two touchdowns. Receiver David Bell additionally caught 11 receptions for 140 yards and one in every of O’Connell’s touchdowns. Comparatively, Iowa quarterback Spencer Petras threw 4 interceptions whereas his workforce struggled to fewer than 100 yards speeding.

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The query now turns into whether or not Lengthy might be disciplined for dumping the beer. Georgia Southern defensive sort out Gavin Adcock, for instance, was suspended from the workforce after browsing the workforce bus and chugging a beer thrown to him earlier than the Eagles’ 28-20 loss to Louisiana in Week 4. It is clearly value noting that Saturday’s incident occurred through the recreation and Lengthy, a redshirt senior, is sufficiently old to eat alcohol.

One thing else to contemplate: Whether or not Lengthy can capitalize on the viral second to get some kind of sponsorship. Within the age of Identify Picture and Likeness in school soccer, something is feasible.

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Curiously, the Iowa-Purdue recreation wasn’t the one recreation that noticed trash thrown onto the sphere. In a decidedly much less enjoyable ambiance, Tennessee followers pelted Lane Kiffin and No. 13 Ole Miss late within the Rebels’ 31-26 win in Neyland Stadium. The actions there’ll probably end in fines in opposition to the college and has been broadly panned by a number of observers, together with the SEC.




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