Skip to comments.University of Minnesota Mascot Mocks Penn State Player for Praying
Posted on 10/20/2009 8:24:22 PM PDT by PatriotJG
Goldy Gopher, the mascot for the University of Minnesota football team the Golden Gophers, made news today for mocking Penn State player Jerome Hayes. Jerome had knelt down in prayer before the game when the mascot decided make fun of him. Take a look at the video below. ...
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Notwithstanding that, I hope the cycle wherein what goes around comes around will be swift and sure in this case.
From my point of view, it looked like he was praying with him and when the player got up, he went for a handshake and when the mascot got dissed, the gopher turned and did a tear.
Either way, you should just respect the guy and not interfere with a person praying.
Its hard to see exactly what the mascot was doing.
PSU won the game 20-0.
Not surprising from a state that is represented by Al Franken.
That’s what I saw too. The player looked like he was in his own little world and just didn’t really see what the mascot was trying to do...in his defense.
and was that a high five from a cheerleader?
That was my impression too. But who knows for sure if he was for real or just going thru the motion!
In order to get rid of a RINO you have to be willing to accept the consequences. Coleman is gone we can try again next time hopefully without ACORN interference.
To watch this and assume the gopher was mocking the player is, well, crazy and ignorant. Someone should ask the gopher what he was doing, because only he knows.
Pompous, melodramatic howling about the end times in 3...2...1...
So a guy making prayer was mocked eh? Shoud I do anything or just let God handle it? I have power and it can really piss people off.
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