BCS National Championship 2014: Auburn campus vandalized with ‘FSU’ graffiti (Photos)

January 4, 2014; Newport Beach, CA, USA; General view of the Coaches Trophy during Auburn Tigers media day at the Newport Beach Marriott. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

The Auburn Tigers will spend their Monday evening taking on the Florida State Seminoles in the 2014 BCS National Championship, but somebody closer to home will spend their afternoon removing FSU graffiti from the Auburn campus.

Students and faculty woke up to multiple areas on school grounds that had been vandalized with ‘FSU’ spray painted on walls and windows according to the War Eagle Reader:

Auburn’s renewed rivalry with Florida State may have gotten got a little more renewed the night before the BCS National Championship Game.

Several buildings on AU’s campus were spray painted with “FSU” over the weekend. Reports of the vandalism began popping up on Twitter Sunday night.

Reports have varied as to how many different locations have been vandalized – some suggesting five while others suggest four.

The colors used appeared to be yellow, red and blue.

Thankfully, whomever decided to pull the ‘prank’ didn’t mess up any unique structures like Auburn’s Heisman Trophy winners statues and simply kept the paint on easily removable surfaces.

Still – a relatively poor decision that could lead to some jail time.


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