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Alabama Woman Killed A Fellow Fan After Loss to Auburn

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The victim “wasn’t upset enough” after the loss and paid for saying so with her life.

Alabama Woman Killed A Fellow Fan After Loss to Auburn

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Editor's Note: This kind of stuff is just the worst. Really meaningless violence. - Ross

An angry woman named Adrian Laroze Brisky killed a fellow Alabama Crimson Tide fan, Michelle Shepherd, after she said the team's loss to Auburn last weekend wasn't as upsetting as a Miami Heat loss. 

The victim's sister said she was certain her sister was slain because of a football game, whereas investigators weren't exactly sure the incident occurred due to the game. "She said we weren't real Alabama fans because it didn't bother us that they lost," the victim's sister said. "And then she started shooting."

Reports suggest that none of the women knew each other before the party that they were invited to by a mutual friend. The worst part is that the victim has three children and they lost their mother because some crazy person decided she wasn't a big enough fan. The victim died in her sister's arms who is understandably finding it hard to come to terms with the fact that it was "over a football game."

Briskey could have probably shot anyone who was joking after the big loss since she apparently took several shots of liquor and was going "crazy" listening to fellow fans. Investigators are still waiting on the results of alcohol tests to make sure if there was any liquor involved. Regardless of the details, college football cannot be more important than a human being's life and such incidents shouldn't be easily forgotten. 

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