After Utah Valley beat New Mexico State 66-61 in a close overtime game Thursday night, Utah Valley’s fans stormed the court to the disapproval of New Mexico State’s K.C. Ross-Miller. When Ross-Miler threw the basketball at Utah Valley’s Holton Hunsaker as fans began flooding onto the floor, that's when things started to escalate...

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What prompted him is he's a typical thug. Plain and simple
Reply36 months
"was it their first win....... ever?"

Whoever won this game would take over as division leader. They were tied going in.

And "Chicken" Usually when something like this happens, I can find something from both sides pretty easily on youtube or whereever.
Can't find anything from N.M State fans explaining what happened.
All I have found is poor loser stuff because they lost the co-lead.
Reply36 months
Had nothing to do with fans running on court, had everything to do with poor loser POS's. The teams going in to the game were co-leaders in their division. There is nothing to suggest anything happened other than losing the game and thereby losing the lead. I haven't found anything else on line other than they lost.
Reply36 months
Had nothing to do with fans running on court, had everything to do with poor loser POS's
Reply36 months
would have loved to of stomped on one of those New Mexico State tPOS. you lost, now get off the court. thank you.
Reply36 months
so why were they 'storming the court?'

was it their first win....... ever?
Reply36 months
The coaches did a great job getting that under control quickly
Reply36 months
wow, that had the potential to be a lot more worse than it was...would love to see more of the video to see what prompted the dude to throw the basketball.
Reply36 months
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