Syracuse Fans Take Turns Punching Ushers At Game Until Security Showed Up & Shut Them Down

Over the weekend, the Syracuse Orange improved their record to 2-1 after 1 dominating 41-17 win over the Central Michigan Chippewas.

Unfortunately, for two Syracuse fans, they weren’t around long enough to see that final score happen live. Not entirely sure what caused the commotion, but at least two fans of the home team got a little too lit during the game and began fighting with multiple ushers and they had the upper hand for awhile.

That was until one security guy came down and put one of them in a choke-hold and then the cavalry came storming in to regain order.

Via Syracuse.com:

“Two men were arrested Saturday after brawling with security during a Syracuse University football game. A Syracuse police officer said he was injured in the fracas, which was caught on video by others in the stands. Both men were led out in handcuffs after the 6:07 p.m. incident in the first row of Section 108.

Michael Staubner, 38, of 710 Helen St., Syracuse, was charged with misdemeanor resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, a violation, city police said. Greg Hurley, 31, of 207 Draper Ave., Solvay, was charged with disorderly conduct. Both men appeared intoxicated and had been warned about their behavior earlier in the game by a police officer, according to court papers.”