Vikings Player Ifeadi Odenigbo Says Playing For Northwestern Has Him Ready To Play In Empty Stadiums During The Coronavirus Pandemic

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Minnesota Vikings defensive end Ifeadi Odenigbo took a brutal shot at his alma mater with a Wednesday tweet.

The former Northwestern star isn’t worried at all about playing in empty stadiums during the coronavirus pandemic, and cited his college experience as the reason why. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

He tweeted, “People keep asking me ‘hey ifeadi is it going to be weird not playing with fans?’ I tell these suckas clearly you’ve never watched an 11am Northwestern game! I was born to do this.”

What an absolutely brutal shot at the Northwestern Wildcats and the team’s fanbase. We’re all just having a fun time online and Odenigbo murdered his former team.

I mean, in terms of brutal tweets about empty stadiums, I think we all just found the winner. That was as harsh as it gets.


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He’s also not exactly wrong. Northwestern isn’t known for packing the stadium. Ryan Field has a capacity of about 50,000, and I’d guess that the Wildcats rarely come close to filling the stadium.

Short of the Wildcats playing Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio State or Penn State, nobody really cares about Northwestern.

The Wildcats aren’t selling out to play Rutgers. That’s just not happening.


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What a brutal decapitation for Northwestern. I almost feel bad for the Wildcats!