& # 39; Psycho & # 39; Philadelphia Eagles fan caught on camera screaming turns out to be the admission of the University of Pennsylvania
- Philadelphia Eagles fan, Eric Furda, was screaming during the loss of Sunday against the Detroit Lions
- He was filmed shouting and throwing his arms in the fourth quarter
- The clip went viral before it soon became apparent that the passionate fan was Furda
- Furda has been dean of admissions at the University of Pennsylvania since 2008
A passionate Philadelphia Eagles fan who went viral after being caught on the camera that screamed furiously during Sunday's game is actually the dean for recording at the University of Pennsylvania.
Cameras captured just seconds from the angry Eagles fan who screamed and put his arms around during the fourth quarter of their 27-24 loss to Detroit Lions.
The clip went viral on social media before it soon became apparent that the passionate fan was Eric Furda.
Furda has been dean of admissions at the University of Pennsylvania since 2008.
The cameras caught only seconds of angry Eagles fan Eric Furda screaming and threw his arms around during the fourth quarter of their 27-24 loss against Detroit Lions
The short video showed Furda, who also graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, roaring loudly and waving his arms.
The commentator could be heard saying: & # 39; They are not happy in Philly & # 39 ;, as the images of Furda were shown before going to a commercial.
Fellow Eagles fans had shared the Furda clip to show their frustration and wallow in the loss of their team.
He retweeted one of the videos that point to the young fan standing next to him as he screamed.
& # 39; Small child next to him. Thumb up for your psychofan, & # 39; wrote the Twitter user.
The clip went viral on social media before it soon became apparent that the passionate fan was Eric Furda
The short video showed Furda, who is also a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, loud loud boo and frustrated with his arms around
After it appeared that Furda was the angry fan, he went to Twitter on Sunday evening to seemingly clarify his attitude and destroy the referees.
& # 39; What matters is that missed calls were missed that were simple and also for the safety of the player! I'm not sure what the referees were looking at today! & # 39; he tweeted.
Furda did not respond to comments about the viral video, but returned to Twitter on Monday morning to reaffirm his passion for Philly.
& # 39; After further discussion of the play, I will take the 15-yard penalty for unsporting behavior, but I will not lose my passion for Philadelphia and Penn sports! & # 39; he tweeted.
& # 39; Thank you for all the interview requests, but we have a competition on Thursday to prepare what I am watching at home! & # 39;
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