This past weekend, the BYU Cougars and the Oregon Ducks faced off in Eugene, Oregon.
The Oregon Ducks trounced BYU by a score of 41-20.
During the game a group of Oregon supporters started chanting, “F*ck the Mormons!”
Greg Price has video.
“F**k the Mormons!”
a.) this is what you get when you spread a lie and indict a university and an entire state
b.) seen how easy it is to find evidence of brazen bigotry in a stadium when it actually exists
— Will Cain (@willcain) September 18, 2022
This comes after a hate-hoaxer from Duke accused BYU fans of repeatedly calling her the n-word during her match at BYU.
On August 26 when Rachel Richardson, a black volleyball player at Duke, said she heard a fan calling her the N-word while she served the ball.
Richardson told her teammates that she heard a man in the stands screaming racial slurs.
The teammates told Duke coach Jolene Nagel and Nagel spoke to the BYU coach about the alleged incident.
BYU sent a police officer and four ushers to sit in the student section to protect the black volleyball player from the hostile fan, the Desert News reported.
Richardson also told her dad about the racist attacks and her dad told her aunt, Lesa Pamplin.
Pamplin happens to be a far-left candidate for County Criminal Court in Texas.
Brigham Young University said there is no evidence to corroborate allegations of racial slurs directed toward a black Duke volleyball player during last week’s BYU-Duke match.
According to BYU, there is zero evidence to back up the claims and the university dropped its ban on the fan on Friday.
“We reviewed all available video and audio recordings, including security footage and raw footage from all camera angles taken by BYUtv of the match, with broadcasting audio removed (to ensure that the noise from the stands could be heard more clearly). We also reached out to more than 50 individuals who attended the event: Duke athletic department personnel and student-athletes, BYU athletic department personnel and student-athletes, event security and management and fans who were in the arena that evening, including many of the fans in the on-court student section.” BYU said in a statement on Friday.
The university added: “From our extensive review, we have not found any evidence to corroborate the allegation that fans engaged in racial heckling or uttered racial slurs at the event.”
BYU said they “lifted the ban on the fan” who was falsely accused of screaming the N-word.
“As a result of our investigation, we have lifted the ban on the fan who was identified as having uttered racial slurs during the match. We have not found any evidence that that individual engaged in such an activity. BYU sincerely apologizes to that fan for any hardship the ban has caused.” BYU said.