Coastal Carolina Fan Wants Playoff Game Moved to Neutral Site Because Montana is Too Cold

Stephen Douglas

Coastal Carolina is located in Conway, South Carolina. The temperature is expected to reach a high of 79-degrees today. On Saturday, Coastal Carolina plays the Montana Grizzlies in Missoula, Montana in the second round of the FCS Playoffs. The temperature was -3-degrees this morning and the high is expected to be 12. Needless to say, it’s going to be cold when these teams meet on the field Saturday.

One Coastal Carolina fan took to Facebook to complain about the weather and let people know that the “NCAA could be legally responsible for frostbite. Or worse!!!” It’s not surprising that a Coastal Carolina fan would want to play at a neutral site, but you have to wonder if this guy understands that people actually live in Missoula.

The Redditor who uploaded the image says it was posted by the parent of one of the Coastal Carolina players. For what it’s worth, starting quarterback Aaron Ross is from Georgia and defensive back JaDamion Ross is from South Carolina.

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