ESPN’s flagship college football program had an interesting sign in the crowd ahead of the Clemson-Georgia game on Saturday night in Charlotte.
“College Gameday” usually features fans’ signs prominently and most of them are clever – either proclaiming their team is the best or taking a joking jab at a rival. But one woman’s sign was no joke.
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The person held up a sign that read “Proud Marine Mom” with a photo of the Marine and the Marine Corps seal. The sign was accompanied by the words “Love you Ryan!” and “#I don’t kneel.” The clip of the signs was tweeted out and the mom’s sign can be seen around the 9:45 mark.
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The Daily Caller appeared to be the first to catch the sign.
Last year, college football started off with some controversy when teams decided to take a knee before the start of games in protest of racial and social injustice. The kneeling started in the wake of the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer.
It’s unclear whether teams are going to decide to kneel again this sesason.
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Kneeling protests started in 2016 when pro quarterback Colin Kaepernick decided to do it during the national anthem. Similar protests have been held at numerous sporting events since then.