Radio show hangs up Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones for swearing when asked about Pittsburgh, Backyard Brawl

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A morning radio show had to hang up Adam “Pacman” Jones during the interview after the former Bengal and WVU player kept swearing while talking about Pittsburgh. “The Fan Morning Show” had Jones on the show to talk about the Backyard Brawl, where the West Virginia Mountaineers took on the Pittsburgh Panthers football team. Jones went on to talk about how much he loved West Virginia and the school. He then talked about their rivalry, saying the best game was playing them at WVU with Larry Fitzgerald. When asked if it hurt more to lose than to win, Jones replied that it was better to win at home because the mood was crazy. The hosts said a lot of people in Pittsburgh didn’t like him as a sports fan, and Jones responded by saying, “me neither.” Jones then came out pretty clearly about his feelings for Pittsburgh, swearing multiple times. “He left, because I had to dump him twice,” said one of the hosts. “It was going so well,” said another. One of the hosts then said, “He texted me ‘my bad, lol.'”

A morning radio show had to hang up Adam “Pacman” Jones during the interview after the former Bengal and WVU player continued to swear on the air while talking about Pittsburgh.

“The Fan Morning Show” had Jones on the show to talk about the Backyard Brawl, where the West Virginia Mountaineers took on the Pittsburgh Panthers football team.

“When I first arrived in West Virginia, the first thing Rich Rod told us was that this was the most important game on the schedule,” Jones said during the interview.

Jones went on to talk about how much he loved West Virginia and the school.

He then talked about their rivalry, saying the best game was playing them at WVU with Larry Fitzgerald.

When asked if it hurt more to lose than to win, Jones replied that it was better to win at home because the mood was crazy.

The hosts said a lot of people in Pittsburgh didn’t like him as a sports fan, and Jones responded by saying “me neither.”

Jones then went on about his feelings for Pittsburgh, swearing multiple times.

“He left, because I had to dump him twice,” said one of the hosts.

“It was going so well,” said another.

One of the hosts then said, “He texted me ‘my bad, lol.'”

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