Back to what really matters in Ohio. College chicks and spring football.
From: The Desk Of Art McGregor, Busted Coverage Special Assignment Reporter
RE: What you might see at Ohio State’s Spring Game
I’m sending this post in from the R Bar in Columbus, Ohio where the beloved (by someone I’m sure) Columbus Blue Jackets are about to be swept out of the playoffs by our rivals to the north, the Detroit Red Wings. I’m not sure if Red Wings is one or two words. I haven’t played “NHL 96” in quite a while. I built a juggernaut with the Winnipeg Jets.
I’m at this bar because of its location to Nationwide Arena. After the games, the Blue Jackets cheerleader girls are known to frequent the place. I can console. We have lots of experience with that in Ohio.
With hockey ending here in Ohio’s capital city, tomorrow we can turn our attention back to the things that matter.
Hot chicks tailgating at Ohio State football games.
Tomorrow Ohio States’s Scarlet plays the Gray in the Spring Game at Ohio Stadium.
Around 80,000 people will show up to watch the scrimmage and then spend the next two months discussing each play. I have never been to a spring game. I used to go to scrimmages when my uncles coached sixth-grade football when I was but a little tike. I was the water boy but got to wear a jersey.
Already taking part in a scrimmage, per se, I have little desire to witness another.
We’ll see plenty of girls in jerseys tomorrow at the Spring Game.
Spring games around the United States are a fantastic idea.
There’s no preseason in college football (no matter what SEC teams out-of-conference schedules tell you) so these scrimmages give fans a chance to sit back and watch (the hot chicks tailgating) without caring about the outcome.
Unless you’re one of the 80,000 people talking about the spring game for the next two months.