College football and tipping -- two topics about which people have very strong opinions.

Nebraska junior wide receiver Brendan Reilly posted a tweet (which he has since removed) of a check from a restaurant where he didn't leave a tip because his server made some disparaging remarks about the team.

A screenshot of the tweet was posted, though:

Reilly a two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection, stands by his actions, while mentioning there's more to the story that the rest of may know:

The Cornhuskers went 5-7 this season, hardly the type of record fans in Lincoln will tolerate.

What do you think -- was Reilly right to skip out on a tip? Or should he have left something because people are entitled to their opinions?