The cancel culture has finally reached the world of college football, with the University of Florida being the first victim.
As with all college sports, the audience and school bands have fight songs and chants that are used to amp up the athletes and fans. They are also used to taunt the opponents and get them off their game.
At the University of Florida, where the mascot is a gator, fans often chant “GATOR BAIT” to distract the opposing team and set the tone for their school’s team. The chant is many times followed by a riff by the band and provides camaraderie for the students, spectators, and athletes. In a statement posted earlier today, the University of Florida joined the cancel culture […]
WOW @UF. So even though the phase has “no evidence of racism associated with it,” we are going to eliminate it?!
This is a new low in political correctness.#CancelCulturehttps://t.co/I5hxFac269 pic.twitter.com/DuFphyhczX
— Rep. Anthony Sabatini (@AnthonySabatini) June 18, 2020
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