LSU Tigers fans were jumping for joy in Omaha in the bottom of the fifth inning as their team led 10-2 in the decisive Game 3 of the College World Series against the Florida Gators on Monday night.
Fans hugged each other, yelled at the top of their lungs and enjoyed what would become the team’s first championship since 2009.
But not all Tigers fans were in their prime when the last out of the frame was made at Charles Schwab Field. Thanks to ESPN’s broadcast during the closing moments, we saw a woman go viral for her lack of emotion.
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ESPN cameras cut to a man wearing a purple LSU jersey who appeared to want a fist bump from a woman next to him.
Instead, he clearly looked down on him, waving his hand in front of the man’s face with disgust written all over his face.
But the man never stopped trying to get a good reaction from the woman, which led to her appearing to say «no» as the man continued to talk to her.
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The woman, arms crossed, finally pointed across the field as she spoke to the man before the cameras cut out.
Although it is not clear what exactly the man said to the woman, the latter clearly did not want to pay attention to him.
That LSU fan loved the outcome of this contest, however, as the Tigers won big, 18-4, just one day after the Gators defeated them, 24-4, to stay alive in the league. final series to the best of three.
With the win, the Tigers became the first school to win both a baseball and basketball title in the same year the Lady Tigers defeated the Iowa Hawkeyes to win the NCAA women’s basketball tournament.
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The Tigers’ victory on the diamond marked their seventh all-time title.