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If Bradley Chubb wants to spit on his own property, he can do that

No apology necessary.

NCAA Football: North Carolina State at Florida State Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

NC State defensive end Bradley Chubb had perhaps his best game ever in a Wolfpack uniform and led the team to an upset win on the road at Florida State. Since he now owns Tallahassee, I do not see why spitting on the field is a problem.

Bradley Chubb can do whatever he wants with his own property. Spit on it, rake it, cultivate it and prepare for the coming winter. Whatever. I’m not sure why we’re supposed to be bothered by a man expectorating into his own lawn.

This has made FSU fans extremely upset, though, so that’s neat. I still don’t see how they can fairly judge a man for hocking a loogie on his property, it’s a weird quibble to me, like you’re shouting at the neighborhood home owner’s association about a guy who doesn’t treat his yard exactly as you do.

Sorry about that, dudes, so so sorry. No wait, it’s the opposite of that.