Monday's press conference was the reception the Sooners received from the West Virginia faithful, long regarded in college football as a rowdy bunch.
“They're loud and rude,” defensive end Chuka Ndulue said. “It's really loud over there. On defense, we're not going to get a lot of it, but they're very loud and very rude. Almost like Tech, but I want to say they (WVU) are the worst.”
So what makes a fanbase rude, exactly?
“The fans are disrespectful,” Ndulue said. “Those are great fans. They're backing up their team and they'll do whatever they can to get in your head.”
Junior receiver Durron Neal was just a freshman when the Sooners traveled east in 2012, but the experience evidently stuck with him, as he mentioned the hostility and rudeness of the fans without prompting.
“A very disrespectful fanbase,” Neal said. “They're going to be prepared to say some nasty and mean things. (Newson6.com)
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