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Fan intentionally jumps from Milan Puskar Stadium

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to CollegeFootballTalk, a fan, who was attending the Baylor Bears-West Virginia Mountaineers game on Thursday night, intentionally jumped from the upper deck at Milan Puskar Stadium. Witnesses told the authorities that they saw a male scale Section 134, then jump on the concrete below.

He reportedly jumped over the South Concourse area. The West Virginia police are investigating the incident.

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The individual, who intentionally jumped, is a 49-year-old. According to the authorities, the individual, and those around him, were allegedly involved in arguments before the man decided to do what he reportedly did and jump from the upper deck.

“Contemporary Services Corporation Event Staff, University Police, State Police and emergency crews responded immediately, and he was taken to Ruby Memorial Hospital for treatment,” the release stated.

The man’s injuries are not known at this time after being taken to Ruby Memorial Hospital. In addition, the West Virginia police are also investigating the matter.

West Virginia won big on Thursday against the Baylor Bears. In fact, they were up 41-0 at halftime.

The final score was 58-14.

Will Grier — the Mountaineers quarterback, who is being mentioned as a Heisman Trophy candidate — had a big game. Grier went 17 of 27 for 353 yards and three touchdowns.

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