Paige Spiranac Has a 7-Word Reaction to Dauntingly Viral College Football Video

Paige Spiranac has millions of fans on Instagram and is working as a full-time social media influencer. The ex-professional golfer earns more than most other athletes for posting pictures on Instagram. However, despite being from the golf community, Spiranac also has a high interest in other sports including football. And she recently expressed her true feelings about the sport on Twitter in only seven words.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adPaige Spiranac gives her views on the viral football video on Twitter?ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adSpiranac loves talking to her fans and giving her opinions about everything going on in the sports world. The golf beauty runs a podcast by the name, ‘Playing A Round with Paige Renee’ to communicate directly with her fans. Other than that, Spiranac also posts videos reacting to sports news on Twitter. And she recently posted a video expressing her love for football.Spiranac’s involvement in football is not a new thing for her fans. She recently reacted to a viral college football video on Twitter in just seven words. “How can you not love college football,” Spiranac tweeted. The video displayed a huge crowd of football fans after a match between Alabama and Tennessee. The commentator in the video says, “If you don’t like college football, and you’re watching this crowd, I am not sure what your problem is”.Spiranac showed sympathy for Bryson DeChambeauADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adPaige Spiranac has always raised her voice against online bullying and harassment and has faced the same numerous times in her career. And when Bryson DeChambeau had to go through the same, Spiranac stepped up to extend her support to the golfer. After fans kept referring to DeChambeau as “Brooksy” to tease him over his feud with Brooks Koepka, Jay Monahan took action. The PGA Tour commissioner made a statement mentioning that “Fans who breach our code of conduct are subject to expulsion from the tournament and loss of their credential or ticket,’Golf – The 150th Open Championship – Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland, Britain – July 17, 2022, Bryson DeChambeau of the U.S. on the 3rd during the final round REUTERS/Phil NobleHowever, Spiranac didn’t seem to agree with the solution and said that the problem was much bigger. She said, “I don’t condone harassment and I do feel bad that Bryson is dealing with it.” But in her reaction, she also said that banning a word would not be enough to solve the problem. In fact, it would only make it worse for DeChambeau. However, fans seemed to give mixed reactions to Spiranac’s statements and it even sparked a small debate among them in the comments.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adWhat do you think would be the best solution to handle bullying on course? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.Watch This Story: When Paige Spiranac Sent a Cheeky Word of Caution to Her Future Partner

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