LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- If you ever happen to attend a high school basketball game in Wisconsin, you better bring your best manners.

The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association has banned high school student sections from chanting certain words and phrases during basketball games.

An email sent to schools in December banned "chants by students directed at opponents and/or opponents' supporters that are clearly intended to disrespect."

According to Sports Illustrated, the following words were reportedly offered as examples:

  • "Fundamentals"
  • "Sieve"
  • "We Can't Hear You"
  • "Air Ball"
  • "You Can't Do That"
  • "There's A Net There"
  • "Scoreboard"
  • "Season's Over"

While that email is now a month old, it came to light this week when a Wisconsin high school athlete was suspended by her school for tweeting criticism of the rule.

The news of the WIAA's decision has created a spark on social media Tuesday, with many national voices offering their disdain over the ruling. One in particular, ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas, offered his version of some WIAA-approved chants:

There are still several questions to be answered by the WIAA, including what would happen to a group of students if they were to shout any of the included words in the direction of the unassuming athletes.

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