A musing from the random thoughts....
I missed the Final Four playoffs. I missed the NCAA-1 men's basketball game between the University of Kentucky Wildcats and the University of Wisconsin Badgers.
Two Big Ten teams remained while one SEC and one ACC continued to shine.
Duke easily beat the Cinderella. Big Ten's Michigan State Spartans was quickly defeated in the first game.
Duke's Blue Devils have secured the final chair. Now everyone was expecting that UK was going to cruise through Wisconsin. This bitter rivalry came from the previous encounter. The SEC UK Wildcats ran a train on the Big Ten Wisconsin Badgers.
The game was highly anticipated. After a tough fought game, Wisconsin put the brakes on UK's flawless season. The game 71 - 64 was a huge upset. The #1 seated UK was defeated by #3 Wisconsin.
As you know, the junk food media loves to make the news. Lexington, Kentucky is were the UK resides. Wondering how the fans reacted to the devastating loss?
Kentucky Fans Riot After Loss To Wisconsin (Pics/Video) -blogged by @eleven8 - 31 Wildcat fans were arrested dur… pic.twitter.com/xkS7Zmf8i6
— Phil Jackson (@OverTimeGrind) April 5, 2015
Wondering, had it been a grand jury decision in which a police officer walked free after killing an unarmed teen, would the junk food media call these fans a bunch of rioters and looters?
Let's add the main ingredient to that question.
Had it been a grand jury decision in which a White police officer walked free after killing an unarmed Black man, would the junk food media call these White fans a bunch of rioters and looters?
See in the junk food media, you hear about how Blacks are labeled looters and rioters.
But when you hear a bunch of drunk college students react to a sports team's win or loss, you hear this as unrest or college students reacting to a loss.
These college students rioting could total in the millions. Lexington will have to fit the bill to the state.
Just young kids having fun, right?
Duke Blue Devils will take on the Wisconsin Badgers on Monday for the NCAA-Div. 1 National Basketball Championship in Indianapolis. Good luck to the teams. Watch the game on CBS.