All Hell Breaks Loose At College World Series Game Between Texas A&M Fans And Florida Dugout

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Now this is what you want to see in your rivalries!

Courtesy of a weather delay, Saturday night’s College World Series game between Texas A&M and Florida got off to a late start. Well, in the process of this, way too much free time got created for fans as they were waiting for things to kick off (with alcohol, mind you), and it resulted in a couple of Texas A&M supporters getting kicked out of the ballpark. (RELATED: Big 12 In Talks With Allstate To Do One Of The Stupidest Things Ever In The Name Of Money: REPORT)

Things didn’t get started until 10:15 p.m. CT, and with some fans already being drunk, it didn’t take very long for things to get tense.

In the second inning, the Aggies were holding a 1-0 lead, but stealing the spotlight during that particular time was an argument that popped off between A&M fans and the Gators dugout. According to one social media post, Texas A&M fans shot heckles at Florida head coach Kevin O’Sullivan, which sparked up his assistant coaches to fire back some words.

Just a good ol’ fashioned SEC rivalry, boys!