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Stanford-Notre Dame refs asked one fan to stop whistling, causing fans in the stadium to whistle

No whistling, you hear? Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly doesn’t look too pleased that the refs stopped the game. The referees seem to agree with him as well. While they blew a while for an offsides call, the refs had to call someone out. Apparently, someone in the stands kept whistling and was trolling the officials, making their jobs harder than it already is. But when they announced what was going on, fans started whistling! We’ve reached peak whistle-ception.
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