Imagine, if you will, Ron Artest blasting fans for getting in fights, or Damon Stoudamire organizing a protest against High Times, or Fred Smoot screaming at those who would use contraptions to "please" two women who happened to be lying prostrate on the deck of a boat. Hypothetically speaking.
Vikings coach Mike Tice, continuing his pitch-perfect sense of proper public relations, told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune that there were too many Steelers fans at the Metrodome last weekend and that fans who scalped their tickets "not really diehard season-ticket holders."
We probably don't need to remind you that Tice was nailed by the NFL in March for scalping Super Bowl tickets. Then again, as Vikings fans can tell you, no one would really confuse Tice with a "die-hard" football fan either.
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