A massive brawl broke out Tuesday night during the Bryant/Wagner game.
With a few minutes remaining in the NEC championship game, all hell broke loose in the stands with Wagner losing by 36 points. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
It’s not clear what started the situation, but the mayhem was so bad that the game had to be paused to figure out how to regain control of the situation.
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) March 9, 2022
In the video below, you can see fans really getting it on with each other, and as a former Delta Force guy I interviewed liked to say, they were getting some play!
Wagner vs Bryant (Malice at the Palace pt. 2) pic.twitter.com/xCCxV2S9zS
— Kyle Taylor (@kkyletayylorr) March 9, 2022
In this angle of the melee in the stands, it almost looks like Bryant fans were fighting people almost directly behind the Wagner bench.
Oh they were THROWING in the stands at Bryant-Wagner pic.twitter.com/58vogduh90
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) March 9, 2022
I think that more or less sums up what happened Tuesday between Bryant and Wagner. The fans cut it loose and it was absolute mayhem.
The scene outside the Chace Center following the Bryant men’s basketball team’s win over Wagner in the NEC title game. A fight broke out in the stands earlier tonight towards the game’s end. Multiple emergency units outside as fans and the visiting team exit the gymnasium. @ABC6 pic.twitter.com/MoOa3vBkRo
— Ethan Lopez (@EthanLopezNews) March 9, 2022
While I hope we don’t see many more fights, all bets are off when we’re talking about March Madness. Anything is possible!
P.S.: It’s that time of year for me to break out the only remaining video from the night the Badgers made the Final Four in 2015. The rest is lost to time, but trust me, I understand the chaos tied to sports!
March Madness is in two weeks, and it’s time to remember when Wisconsin beat Kentucky in the Final Four.
When the clock hit zero, I stood on the bar, shotgunned every beer I was thrown and partied nonstop until morning.
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) March 5, 2021