I like noon games about half as much as Coach Meyer does, which seems to be none at all! First and foremost it is probably very difficult to get up and get prepared for a noon game, even at home in #TheShoe, but the fans have issues as well. Most of the tailgating on the day lasted longer than the game itself and most fans came late and left early.
About the only thing that went right for FAMU was the coin toss. They called it and won and chose to receive the football. I am guessing they maybe thought momentum was on their side after this monumental victory.
As everybody knows, the game was a blow out from the start and the “ol right hander” stole the show yet again by setting a new school record for TD passes in a game with six.
Kenny Guiton took the opportunity to hone up on his targeting skills and even found a wide open(by 90 yards one fan tweeted) Evan Spencer in the back of the end zone.
While the fans were leaving and headed back to their tailgating, TBDBITL took the opportunity to hone up on their swag skills.
I have been working on D-deck now since its been open, which is 11 seasons. I have had many great fans come and go, but in the past few years there has been one super fan and his buddies that are season ticket holders. Mickey and his band of merry men allowed me to get an O-H-I-O of them.
The usher family continues to grow in Ohio Stadium, seems we’re undermanned just a little to suit the needs of game management. My best friend Gary’s brother Jeff got hired and is in 15D with him now. We have a pretty good sized group now that meets in Zanesville and travels together. So much so that we may need to buy a short bus soon.
After the Buckeyes put up 76 on FAMU the mass exodus takes us past the towers and across the banks of the Old Olentangy where they have been working to finish the 5th Avenue Reclamation Project. They have signs on open side of the walking bridge that depicts how it should be looking. I took a pic that shows some work and a drastic difference in the west bank of the river as you approach Sisson lots.