Monday, November 23, 2009

'Wildcat' Reporter Cited for Being a Bad Fan

Posted By on Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 5:03 PM

Media Watch dude John Schuster has this report:

In the Monday, Nov. 23, edition of the Arizona Daily Wildcat student newspaper, an editorial rips into the Zona Zoo and other fans for their unruly behavior during Oregon’s 44-41 double-overtime football victory at Arizona Stadium.

One of the names listed as being a member of the Wildcat opinions board, which writes the editorials, is Shain Bergan.

That’s presumably the same Shain Bergan who was cited for disorderly conduct at the ESPN College GameDay event on the UA mall Saturday morning (Nov. 21) just before 6 a.m.

“Another person was holding a sign, and Mr. Bergan took the sign and damaged it. As a result of that, he was charged with disorderly conduct, issued a criminal citation, cited and released,” said UA Police Department Sgt. Juan Alvarez.

Bergan recently wrote a column chastising a fraternity for failing to come clean about allegations that it stole copies of the Wildcat in an attempt to cover up an unflattering story.

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