A visiting teenager was found unconscious in a portable toilet after tailgating celebrations for Duke's win over Virginia on Saturday. The university will now brainstorm different gatherings that reflect "the class and spirit for which Duke is known." Right.
Larry Moneta, vice president of student affairs at the university that haters love to hate, Dukies love to defend, and haters hate anyways, wrote in a campus-wide email Monday night that tailgating "has long lost its value as a pre-football, spirit building activity and has become increasingly dangerous in every iteration." The game-day tradition is banned for Saturday's match up against Boston College, but there is no official word yet on the Nov. 27 game against North Carolina.