Originally posted on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 1/14/12

Excuse us for not knowing the New Mexico State University men’s basketball team has a super fan named James K. Killgore. That’s what the Las Cruces newspaper is telling us this morning. It seems Kilgore got a little too superfan-y Thursday night during NMSU’s game against Utah State. But this is a first. It seems Kilgore got into it with a ref. One thing led to another and, well, a ******* gesture was made.

Via the Las Cruces Sun-News:

James K. Killgore, a Las Cruces Public Schools substitute, was jailed on charges of criminal trespass and interference with staff.

Killgore reportedly made the obscene gestures – “a movement suggestive of oral sex … moving his fist toward his mouth and then away from his mouth while simultaneously causing a protrusion of his cheek from the inside by using his tongue” – as the three referees went into the locker room for halftime, according to the police report. He then allegedly banged on a window and continued to make the gesture, the report states.

It’s not clear what sparked the alleged gestures.

The referees contacted associate athletic director Herb Taylor to have Killgore removed, but he then allegedly “sprinted” past a ticket-taker to get back in, claiming he had to make a phone call.

What’s everyone pissed off about? This is what a superfan does. He makes ******* gestures at refs, stands when everyone else sits, has crazy chin fuzz, and looks like a white supremacist.

As for the game, NMSU destroyed Utah State, 80-60, so maybe superfan was just a little drunk and decided to have a little fun with the ref. These zebras now days are just so damn sensitive.

Would someone out there send us Kilgore’s superfan resume because we’re Googling the sh*t out of this guy and are getting nothing. Is he some message board legend or something? It seems unlikely that a superfan wouldn’t have a web presence. Let us know.

mail@bustedcoverage.com

[NMSU 'Superfan' arrested at Aggie game]


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