Kentucky AD condemns 'insensitive and offensive' sign ahead of Florida game
Sometimes, trash talking goes a bit too far, and this is a great example.
Kentucky AD Mitch Barnhart took to Twitter Thursday to denounce a fan’s offensive sign ahead of the Florida game.
The sign, captured from a Snapchat story, hit Twitter Wednesday that read, “If hurricane Irma didn’t f*** you up, cats will.”
It’s still unclear who made the sign.
— Christaan Barrette (@AlLThEWaYLivE_5) September 20, 2017
Barnhart called the sign “insensitive and offensive,” as he condemned it on social media.
An insensitive and offensive sign has been making the rounds online this week. I want to be clear: That's not us.
— Mitch Barnhart (@UKMitchBarnhart) September 21, 2017
Kentucky DB Kendall Randolph, a Florida native, also took to Twitter about the sign.
@ whoever made the Irma poster for this week's game. pic.twitter.com/9G2Ll6RFaT
— Kendall Randolph Jr. (@xKenJ) September 21, 2017
The Gators and Wildcats kickoff Saturday at 7:30 pm ET on the SEC Network.