Auburn Fan Yelled Racist Remark During Tennessee Game Got Ejected & Banned
Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports
A CBS mic picked up audio of an Auburn fan's racist comments on Saturday. Tennessee freshman guard Santiago Vescovi was the target of the fan’s discriminatory remarks, which were...
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“Go back to Uruguay, this is America,” to Vescovi – an Uruguay native."
The fan was not only ejected for the comments, but has also been banned...


(The Spun)
Filed Under: SEC Basketball
Originally published on SECRant.com

Comments

73 Comments
Banning him is such weak sauce but that's the pussy SJW mentality world we live in
Reply8 months
Nazis ran off to Uruguay. Vescovi could be the grandchild of a Nazi. Do we want Nazis playing basketball in the US? Apparently Auburn and Tennessee do. Shame on them for supporting Nazis.
Reply8 months
It's not racist Larry it's being xenophobic. Unless he said something more than that.
Reply8 months
Some idiots don’t know what the term “racist” means anymore. It gets thrown around so much by idiots.
Reply8 months
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thank goodness he did not say "go back to Tennessee, this is Auburn." might have started a war. Political Correctness at it's finest. "there are too many white people in here." aaahhhhh.
Reply8 months
Uruguay is much whiter than the USA. Good place to move when shite hits the fan here
Reply8 months
The only person referring to it as a “racist” comment is Larry Leo. The tweet and article only refer to it as xenophobic. Shocking.
Reply8 months
His race was....Uruguayan?
Reply8 months
Are snowflakes running Aubbieland nowadays?
Reply8 months
If this shite keeps up the only college illiterate inbreds can attend will be LSU
8 months
How in the frick is that racist?
Reply8 months
Thank you sir
8 months
So if he say "this is Alabama go back to Tennessee". Where on the racist spectrum does this fall?
Reply8 months
That’s the worst argument I’ve seen in this thread so far. Surely you understand the implication that statement carries when dealing with different ethnic groups/countries and not states in America.
8 months
How about if you tell a jew to go back to Israel?
8 months
I should’ve figured the apologists would come out of the woodwork on this one. This is not a free speech or an issue with political correctness. It was an inappropriate and hurtful thing to shout at someone, and he was rightfully removed from the game. Some of you have become so caught up in trying to exercise free speech that you’ve forgotten you have to draw the line somewhere. Telling anyone to go back to their country because this is America is a hateful thing to say.
Reply8 months
Can you just go back to your sister
8 months
Can you please go back to gimpville and pork your sister/cousin? Is that mean and hurtful?
8 months
Lol what a soiboy
8 months
Auburn is run by liberals, as are most schools. No one should be surprised that a stadium pack full of fans is a safe zone for opposing players. The only missing thing about this story is a participation trophy with an apology letter from the school.
Reply8 months
Man, can’t imagine what they’d do to me if they heard what I told Mamadou N'Diaye when I was in HS.
Reply8 months
Just for the record, the player is the white guy in the photo
Reply8 months
Every negative comment doesn’t fit into the “Racist” Column! Trying to make something here that isn’t!
Reply8 months
If that gets you banned, does STTDB get you jail time?
Reply8 months
How was this racist?
Reply8 months
It wasn’t.
8 months
It's just Larry being Larry
8 months
Well, he's not wrong.
Reply8 months
what do you expect from the inbred culcha.last time i checked Uruguay is part of America(south)
Reply8 months
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