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Duke student kicked out of game on account of offensive sign



A Duke student among the "Cameron Crazies" was reportedly kicked out of tonight's game vs. Michigan State for an incredibly classless sign.

Duke hosts Michigan State at Cameron Indoor Stadium in a few moments, but one of the "Crazies" who had a prime spot for the game will be watching elsewhere. WRAL's Joe Ovies posted a photo of a Duke fan with a sign that mocked the Flint water crisis, reading "The Water Tastes Better In North Carolina."

According to multiple reports, the sign was taken away and the student responsible was kicked out ahead of the game.

The Duke sign comes on the heels of Ohio State students getting criticized for a similar one about Michigan ahead of The Game on Saturday.

The Flint water crisis has been ongoing since 2014 and doesn't appear to have an end in sight. It is a public health tragedy, and definitely not something that should be mocked for some easy kicks at a sporting event. Be better than that, fans.

The Blue Devils and Spartans have just tipped off at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The game is being broadcast on ESPN. Duke is ranked No. 5 and sits at 5-1, while Michigan State is 4-3.

The post Duke Student Brought A Sign Mocking Flint Water Crisis To Game vs. Michigan State appeared first on The Spun.

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