LSU fans are already upset given how their team played on Saturday. And now one Florida player is rubbing the loss in.
Florida offensive lineman David Sharpe tweeted out a video with him laughing and saying, “Ay but we found their tiger man.” Sharpe was laughing during the video and holding a skeleton.
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— D.SHARPE (@Sharpe_Theory) November 20, 2016
If that object he’s holding looks familiar, it’s because it looks similar to the same skeleton that appeared on the sideline of Florida’s game against Missouri. That skelton created quite a stir, as some assumed it was poking fun at the fact that LSU’s beloved mascot, Mike the Tiger recently passed away.
The Missouri game also came after the LSU game had been postponed. At the time of the incident, Florida denied that the skeleton was similar or mocking LSU.
The Halloween cat seen on the field after last nights game was thrown onto the field by a fan. It has no significance within our program.
— Gators Football (@GatorsFB) October 16, 2016
The Gators beat LSU 16-10 on Saturday, stopping the Tigers on the final play of the game.
The Gators take on Florida State on Saturday.