FSU Player Says Cars Keyed and Tires Slashed in Tallahassee After Rose Bowl Loss

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJanuary 3, 2015

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Apparently some Florida State fans don't take losing well.

The Seminoles had ripped off 29 straight wins before suffering a 59-20 defeat in the 2015 Rose Bowl on Thursday. They had not lost since Nov. 24, 2012, and they had won a national championship during that incredible run.

However, some fans only care what their favorite team has done for them lately. That has never been more apparent than it was when the Seminoles returned to Tallahassee after losing in the Rose Bowl.

Florida State linebacker Anthony Valdes tweeted out some unfortunate news after returning to campus:

Valdes understood that it wasn't the entire fanbase that committed this act of vandalism:

The Seminoles are now 29-1 in their last 30 games, but some fans only care about that one loss. What a shame.

[Twitter, h/t Deadspin]