You should never taunt your opponent, especially when the game is far from being over.
Missouri kicker Harrison Mevis was a topic of conversation on Wednesday night when he broke out a questionable celebration after giving his team an early 16-7 lead over Army.
The 236-pound kicker converted three field goals in the first half of the Armed Forces Bowl. His third one gave his team a 16-7 lead and finished it off with a salute.
Many thought the celebration was disrespectful given the circumstances. Well, it backfired when Army began the second half by recovering an onside kick, putting together a 75-yard scoring drive to cut the Missouri lead to 16-14.
They would soon take a 21-16 lead en route to an eventual 24-22 victory that was capped off with a game-winning field goal.
Lesson learned here was to never troll the troops.