College football season is officially back.

Fans are in the stands and the Saturday traditions are back in full swing.

But this video from a college football game sent this leftwing athlete into a temper tantrum.

The Virginia Tech Hokies traditionally take the field to Metallica’s “Enter Sandman.”

It’s one of the great intros in college football.

For the first time in over 600 days, a full house of 65,000 fans sang “Enter Sandman” as their Hokies took the field for what turned out to be a 17-10 upset win over the tenth-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels.

The sports world celebrated the scene as fans were sick of watching games in empty stadiums due to COVID.

But former University of Kentucky basketball star Rex Chapman – who is a prolific social media user and also one of the most woke athletes on Twitter – reacted with horror whining about a packed crowd functioning as a super spreader event.

Someone responded to Chapman’s tweet with a picture Chapman posted earlier this summer from the NBA playoffs where Chapman happily sat in a filled indoor arena for a Phoenix Suns NBA playoff game.

Chapman was also not wearing a mask.

One overriding lesson from the pandemic is that liberals think lockdown rules and mask mandates are for other people and liberals are free to live their lives as if it was 2019.

Countless Democrat Party politicians got caught breaking lockdown rules or not wearing masks indoors after lecturing the American people on how they needed to stay locked in their homes.

And Rex Chapman is another liberal COVID hypocrite that clutches his pearls about Americans living their normal lives while he engages in the exact same behavior.

Sports with Balls will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.