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Video Of This Former CBB Star's Ejection In Venezuela Is Going Viral

Terrell Stoglin about to flip off the crowd.

Former Maryland star Terrell Stoglin recorded an all-time ejection this week. It happened over in Venezuela, where Stoglin plays professionally.

Apparently, Stoglin was upset with some sort of call. As the two teams lined up to shoot free throws, he took the ball out of the hands of the ref and punted it into the stands.

As a raucous crowd taunted him, Stoglin removed his jersey as he walked off the court. He capped all of this off by giving the crowd the finger.

You can see the entire wild scene below.

Stoglin clearly wasn't happy. You can't say he didn't get his money's worth with this rejection.

Stoglin was a high-scoring, 6-foot-1 guard for Maryland from 2010-2012. In his two seasons in College Park, he scored 1,066 points.

As a sophomore, Stoglin led the ACC in scoring with an average of 21.6 points per game, the first Maryland player to top the conference since Joe Smith nearly two decades before. He shot 38 percent from three-point range during that year.

However, Stoglin left school in 2012 after it was announced he would be suspended for the entire 2012-13 season for a violation of university rules governing student-athletes.