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All Calm in NE, But NY Fans Cause Disturbances @ UMass

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    Unlike you and, evidently, the editor on duty at USA Today, I read the article you linked and so I edited your thread title to reflect the facts. Hopefully, USA Today has some integrity.
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    I live near Umass and the PA system kept going off all night telling students they would be arrested if they didn't disperse, it kept me up for a while as i was just trying to go to bed after a horrible night.
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    why does the thread title say NY fans cause disturbance, but the story title says they are Patriots fans.
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    Please. Read the article.

    They were chanting "USA,USA, USA!!!" at the end of the ballgame. Fans of winning teams do that?

    There were zero disturbances anywhere in NE, except for one campus where there are several thousand kids from NY/NJ.

    Duh. How clear can than be?
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    Why in the world would they be chanting "USA, USA, USA!!"?
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    Just guessing, but perhaps they were drunk???
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    What? The school nicknamed "ZooMass" was out of control? I don't believe you.
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    ^^^^^^^^

    You were saying.


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    That one campus is the one that lets in morons

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    Arrests are in. Probably time to change the thread title back.

    Joseph R. Hablacker, 18, 4 Hemlock Lane, Salisbury, Conn. was charged with disorderly conduct
    Nicholas L. McGrath, 20; 8 Laurel Road, North Reading, was charged with disorderly conduct and inciting riot
    Cullen E. Roe, 19, of 286 Sunset Ave., Apt. 221, Amherst, was charged with disorderly conduct and failure to disperse from riot
    James C. Maheras, 21, 7 Hathaway Ave., Peabody, was charged with disorderly conduct, failure to disperse from riot, resisting a police officer making a lawful arrest and mistreating or interfering with a police horse or dog.
    Trevor J. McGlynn, 20, 388 Center St., Bellingham; was charged with disorderly conduct, inciting riot and failure to disperse from riot
    Kevin Patrick Wholley, 22, 60 Main St., Hull, was charged with failure to disperse from a riot and disorderly conduct
    Michael J. Guarino, 19, 3 Mary Rose Way, Peabody, was charged with failure to disperse from a riot
    Victoria F. Preston, 19, 334 Highland Ave., Malden, was charged with disorderly conduct, and failure to disperse from riot
    Zachary A. Shuster, 21, 205 Dalton Road, Holliston, was charged with disorderly conduct, and failure to disperse from riot.
    Michael Norman Geoffrion, 21, 127 Brittany Manor, Amherst, was charged with failure to disperse from riot
    Robert J. Callahan, 20, of 10 Bow St. Court, Stoneham, was charged with disorderly conduct and failure to disperse from riot
    John K. Slepchuk, 18, of 17 Longview Drive, Wilbraham, was charged with failure to disperse from riot and disorderly conduct
    Barry Michael Guglielmo, 20, of 2785 West St., Wrentham, was charged with inciting riot and failure to disperse from riot
    Ciaran S. Fitzpatrick, 18, of 17 Fair Oak, Cambridge, Apt. 17, was charged with failure to disperse from riot and disorderly conduct.

    Source: University of Massachusetts police release names of those arrested following post-Super Bowl disturbance | masslive.com
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    Stupid NYers using fake Massachusetts IDs. That's just wrong. :rolleyes:
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