Das Feminist!

GQ looks at the worst fans in America, and plops down in native land. On the Terrapins:

April 4, 2006: Students light street fires, throw bottles, and try to tip over a bus--after a win by their women's basketball team. 

Equal opportunity rioting. Awesome. 

Anyway, back in high schools,  women's basketball games were the joint. That and track were the two women's sports where you really could get the whole school out.
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