Found November 03, 2012 on Diehardsport:
During football games tempers will flare up, as it will in most contact sports.  Obviously the Cornhuskers DB, Daimion Stafford, was not pleased with something Michigan State had done.  While many people will be offended, I personally think it’s pretty hilarious how casually he flips them off as he’s running off the sideline.H/T: SB Nation
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