The NCAA Men's Basketball tournament is usually an event that gets coverage for the games, but nothing else. BUT in the early games in Pittsburgh today, one college's band decided it was going to try to rattle the other team's point guard (and it was a close game) by chanting "Where's your green card?" at him. The point guard, whose last name is Rodriguez, is from Puerto Rico, and is thus an American citizen. He plays for Kansas State. Guess what school the other band was from.
Yes, Southern Mississippi. NPR's blog has all the details, including video from Buzzfeed.
I'm guessing none of the ACC or SEC teams in this field have bands that would do that, but sorry. This isn't a school from New England, or the Southwest, or the Midwest, or the Far West. It's Southern Mississippi.
Seriously. I'm not blaming the South for this, but given the immigration laws some states (like Arizona) have passed, I guess it's not surprising, and who expects a college band to do research, I guess, but there are just sometimes when the South asks for it. At least Mississippi does. And Mississippi is, well . . .
11:28 PM PT: updated to get the name of the university correct.