The Seminoles beat the Gators 37-7 and FSU is now ranked No. 1 in the BCS standings.
The shirt is a reference to Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston's connection to an alleged sexual assault.
After photos of the man, who is rumored to be a member of UF's chapter of Phi Gamma Delta, went viral, student newspaper The Independent Alligator published an editorial about the shirt.
“Low morale isn’t a reason to bring an issue much more serious than football itself into the stadium. What is perhaps more disturbing is how the fan behavior went beyond the ‘rape-jokes-aren’t-funny’ argument.
In this case, a stadium full of students shamed another university because one individual came forward and reported rape to the police. This sends a damaging message to women that victim-blaming is inevitable and could discourage them from coming forward with their stories of rape and sexual assault -- crimes that are grossly underreported in the first place. To the students who participated and were complicit in this behavior, you should take a close look at yourselves. It’s very likely some of the women around you in the stadium were victims of rape and sexual assault, yet you decided to make it a joke under the weak guise of football rivalry.”
Twitter also reacted to the shirt (not always unfavorably):
the "forced sex university" stuff is so disrespectful. rape is nothing to joke about. we beat you florida, get over it— kam (@princesskam20) November 30, 2013
Forced— Gator Fans (@GatorsChompAll) December 1, 2013
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