Fans and athletes in Wisconsin are being told not to say things during sporting events such as “airball” or “scoreboard,” according to guidelines from the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association.

The WIAA, which controls high school sports in Wisconsin, released an email in December outlining words that should not be spoken at sporting events. (RELATED: Arizona High School Bans Patriotic Gear From Football Game)

The list, according to the Post-Crescent, includes:

  • “Fundamentals”
  • “Sieve”
  • “We can’t hear you”
  • “Air ball”
  • “You can’t do that”
  • “There’s a net there”
  • “Scoreboard”
  • “Season’s over” (during tournament play)

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