An Arizona cheerleader was ejected for yelling into megaphone during free throws during game against Arizona State
A University of Arizona cheerleader was kicked out of the game for heckling an Arizona State player Thursday night.
Play was stopped in the second half of the game when Arizona State guard Remy Martin was at the free throw line.
The cheerleader got the attention of Pac-12 official Randy McCall.
"He was yelling, using the (megaphone) to call out people by name, which is not acceptable. And he was asked to please stop, and he chose not to," said McCall to the Arizona Republic.
Cheerleaders are prohibited from yelling into their megaphones during gameplay and can't call out specific players names.
The cheerleader in question said "Not today, Remy," leading to him being tossed from the contest.
Arizona beat Arizona State 77-70.