An Ohio high school student was suspended and banned from extracurricular activities for one semester because of a prank. I’m pretty sure everyone reading this knows of or may have partaken in a great high school prank of some sort. In fact, high school pranks have gotten so notorious over the last decade that MTV airs a show about them. Kyle Garchar, a senior at Hilliard Davidson High School in suburban Columbus Ohio, spent 20 hours over three days plotting his prank, which was captured on video and posted on You Tube. Garchar and the two students who helped him received three days in school suspension and the activities ban from Davidson principal John Bandow. What pray tell did the students do? Well, inspired by a similar act perpetrated on Harvard by Yale in 2004, the trio got cross town rival Hilliard Darby High School students, parents and supporters to spell out “We Suck” in the third quarter of a football between the two schools last Friday. Garchar, 17, created a grid to plan how the message would be spelled out once fans in three sections held up either a black or white piece of construction paper. Directions left on stadium seats instructed fans to check that the number listed on their papers matched their seat numbers. Darby supporters were told the message would read “Go Darby.” “It was tedious,” Garchar said. “I didn’t really think it was going to work.” But it did.[/youtube]