Auburn Fans Meme The Country Of Israel Into Oblivion After Beating U-20 Team In Basketball

Auburn Basketball Fans Meme Country Of Israel After Beating U-20 Team

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Auburn fans are relentless. The Tigers are currently overseas on an international tour and its fanbase is viciously trolling the country of Israel with memes after their basketball team won an exhibition game on Tuesday.

Over the past decade or so, top college basketball programs have traveled overseas to get in live, preseason games against top international college, professional and semi-pro teams. Auburn is currently in Israel doing exactly that.

The Birthright for College Basketball Tour features three games against the Israel U-20 National Team on August 2nd, the Israel All-Star Select Team on August 7th and the Israel National Team on August 8th. All three games will top off at 12:00pm CST and they will be televised on SEC Network.

The trip will also include some sightseeing. But donโ€™t worry, head coach Bruce Pearl reminded his team not to fart in the Dead Sea.

On Tuesday, the Tigers more than doubled-up the U-20 team in Game 1.

After winning the first game of the Birthright for College Basketball Tour by 61, Auburn fans were absolutely ruthless on Twitter.

@Israel, the official Twitter account for the country of Israel, was not spared from being memed. Tigers fans immediately started replying to the countryโ€™s most recent tweet. It had absolutely nothing to do with basketball.

But it didnโ€™t matter. The memes came storming in.

Truly unreal. Nobody is safe. Not even the country of Israel.