By: Evan Jankens
Michigan State took on Duke Tuesday at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The Spartans lost 78-69 as part of the ACC-Big Ten Challenge.
Duke’s home crowd, known as the “Cameron Crazies,” went a little too far with one of their signs at the game.
Joe Ovies from WRAL in Raleigh, North Carolina tweeted out the sign that said, “The water tastes better in North Carolina.”
This is an obvious shot at the Flint water crisis as Michigan State’s top freshman, Miles Bridges, is from Flint.
Ovies did tweet later that the sign had been taken away from the fan.
Just this past weekend when Michigan was taking on Ohio State in Columbus, fans of the Buckeyes made a sign saying, “Michigan Girls: More Diseased Than Flint Water.”
Duke fans haven’t always been the classiest. In 2013, the “crazies” allegedly yelled “how’s your grandmother” at a N.C. State player whose grandmother had just passed away.