— Carolyn Lasky (@carolaskyn) December 5, 2013
Good question. The account appears to be making light of this story announcing that the Florida State quarterback will not be charged due to complications in the case. In case you don’t get the reference, here’s an image of the Heisman “stiff arm” trophy:
So the “joke”, if you could call it that, is that this QB pulled a “talk to the hand.”
To their credit, the feed’s managers quickly deleted the tweet and responded:
We regret the poor choice of words and in no way meant to minimize the seriousness of the situation
— NBC Sports Radio (@NBCSportsRadio) December 5, 2013
Good to know, but that’s still poor sportsmanship all around.
(H/T to our anonymous tipster)
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