This is an article from the UConn paper, the Daily Campus, which is quite possibly the most retarded sports-related piece of writing I've seen. The nameless author argues that students in the Student Section during basketball games are being too loud and, more importantly, too rude--displaying utter lack of sportsmanship. The student section is guilty of things like: "[...] turn[ing] their backs to the court, yelling "Sucks!" after each player's name is announced. This creates the effect of the sentence being, for example, "Marshon Brooks sucks!" – which is not only rude, but completely false." Not only that, but we're loud during their time outs! Devils we are--filled with evil. Without making any assumptions about the basement this person lives in or the quantities of mac-n-cheese they consume, it's clearly an article written by someone who simply doesn't understand sports. Short of throwing shit at players, heckling the other team is simply part of home field advantage, and I guarantee that when people are playing in Marshon Brooks' house, they're the ones who suck, too. The "12th man" on the Seahawks is the throngs of people yelling when the other team is trying to snap the ball. Is that wrong? Focus: Is the behavior cited in this article unsportsman-like, or is it simply part of the game? At what point is it taken too far? Alt. Focus Discuss how much the author is a blathering shitpussy (great word, Geigs).