Just wait for the celebration. Like a gallagher concert, except not stupid. And the first three rows of fans didn't bring trash bags, because they weren't getting hit with watermelon parts. They were getting sprayed with champagne.Best. Celebration. EVER.
your right, that was an amazing celebration. I dont think I could coherently right something about the game tonight so, I'll post tomorrow.
Curious, How does somone miss that game for a college football game? you run a tiger blog for crying out loud!
Good question. Had it been the fifth and decisive game, or if the Tigers were facing elimination. I probably would have stayed home and watched it on the principle that it might have been the last time I could watch this team that Ive enjoyed so much. However since the Tigers were up 2-1 I knew I would get a chance to see them play again, whether it be against Oakland or a Game 5. I had planned on recording it and avoiding the outcome until I got home, but that proved to be impossible because they were updating the game every 45 seconds on the scoreboard with people in the stands yelling out updates every in 5 second intervals. I had also made a commitment to go to this game with family long before I knew the Tigers would be playing on Saturday and was obligated to keep that commitment. So there's the long answer, but yes it was something it was a very tough decision to make.
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