LOOK: Oregon players celebrate Rose Bowl win with FSU war chant
Oregon's players celebrated the Rose Bowl win over Florida State with their own version of the Seminoles' war chant.
Oregon was fast, opportunistic and wickedly efficient in its 59-20 dismantling of Florida State in the Rose Bowl, clinching a spot in the first College Football Playoff National Championship. While Ohio State and Alabama battle in the Sugar Bowl for the game's other bid, the Ducks get to celebrate the program's second Rose Bowl title in four years.
After the game, Jameis Winston was one of only a few FSU players to stay on the field and shake hands with the winning side. But while plenty of Seminoles were well on their way to the locker room, Oregon began to celebrate its victory over the reigning champs.
Wearing shirts that read "Won Not Done," the players celebrated with their own version of the FSU's war chant chop.
In a statement to the Associated Press, Oregon coach Mark Helfrich revealed his displeasure with his players' actions.
"We are aware of the inappropriate behavior in the postgame," he said. "This is not what our program stands for, and the student-athletes will be disciplined internally."
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