There was another school shooting Wednesday night - this time at FSU in the library, where 3 people were injured, and the shooter was killed by police.
None of this warrants making any type of joke, but Marisa Martin, a student reporter associated with ESPNU's Campus Connection at the University of Alabama, thought otherwise in a Tweet posted last night.
"Reported gunman on the FSU campus. Maybe he is heading for Jameis."
Jameis Winston is the FSU quarterback who has been at the center of a number of scandals and legal issues over the past year or so.
After the Twitter backlash calling for ESPN to "#FireMarisaMartin", she fought back, adding that - while she hopes everyone is safe - she is entitled to her own opinions.
Her Twitter account was soon deleted, and she then apparently tweeted using the official Alabama Campus Connection account that she had been hacked. Riiiiiiight.
@marisam24 here just letting everyone at FSU know this account was compromised tonight. Sincere apologies and an investigation is underway— AL Campus Connection (@UACampusConnect) November 20, 2014
ESPN seems distancing itself from her, clarifying that while part of the program which lets students contribute stories to ESPN, she is neither an employee nor paid.