On Saturday night, when Florida’s men’s basketball team was playing a game against the Florida Gators, they used a paddle gun to simulate a water attack.
The Florida State men’s lacrosse team used a similar weapon during the first half of the match against Duke on Saturday, but the Duke team did not use the water gun.
“I have a paddle on my desk, and I would use it, if I had the time,” said Florida State coach Mark Gottfried.
“But the last thing I want is to use a water weapon in a game.
I want to go to the next one.”
The Duke game was one of two games this week where the men’s and women’s lacosports teams used paddle guns during the games.
In the first, Duke used the water weapon against Virginia Tech.
On Saturday, the women’s team used it in the first-half of a match against Miami.
Gottfried said the team will not be using the water guns for the rest of the games this weekend.
However, he said he has no problem with the men using them during a game, given that it is part of the tradition.
“I am not saying that’s a bad thing,” Gottfried said.
“I’m saying that is part and parcel of what we do as coaches, as a team and as individuals.
It’s part of our team spirit.
We want to win.”
Gentfried said it is not his intention to use the paddle gun in the future.
“That is something that is on our team sheet,” Gottfuhrt said.
He said he would love to see more women use the weapon in future games, and added that he would use the paddles on occasion.
A water gun is used during a lacrosse game against Miami University, Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017, in Orlando.
The men’s team’s use of a paddle weapon during a match Saturday against Florida State was not in keeping with the team’s tradition.
Florida State’s Nathan Collins (6) celebrates after his team’s 59-56 win against Florida Atlantic University.
The game, which was played at Florida Stadium, is part the Men’s Basketball Tournament.
The water weapon used by Florida State lacrosse on Saturday was a water pistol.
Gottfuhrer said the water pistol was used in the NCAA tournament.
During the men�s and women�s NCAA tournaments, Gottfugh said that he has used a weapon during matches.
“We use the air gun, but I’ve never used the paddle weapon,” Gottufrid said.
“It’s not a tradition that I have.
I don�t think it�s something that I want, because it is something I can�t do.”