Me and 6 buddies stripped down to just our boxers and ran 3+miles last night through Ball State's campus screaming. We even ran through the library.
At first people were kinda speechless, but about halfway through people were hanging out windows and stopping us to take pictures. It was quite a run.
I can post an after run group photo later tonight.
I actually got a call from a buddy of mine at BSU, and he was talking about people running through the streets and throwing snowballs and screaming. He didn't mention the stripped to the boxers part...might it have been around Lafollette (sp?)?
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Ah, it was last night Hicks and we're all feeling the affects today so you should be fine.
Nope, didn't make our way to Lafollette, but I'm sure people were outside running around. We found ourselves in the middle of a couple of different snowball fights last night. Luckily they decided to stop and cheer, rather than continue and blast us as we went by.
Wow! I guess we are all a lot a like. My son and I tackled each other when that interception happened and I like Shade was just shaking after our team did something I never thought I would see in my lifetime.
Just like when the Pacers did it!!
I'm with ya all!! and reading this got me excited again. I was up til 4am San Diego time...couldn't sleep!
Yep Seth, that was hands down the most amazing game I have ever seen in person my entire life.
Talking about pile ups, the second Jackson caught the ball it was bedlam in the stands. Keep in mind this is the upper deck and just bleachers. So guys instantly went physically insane, tumbling over stands like they were going to kill each other, pile ons, leaps, all sorts of stuff. I mean they were climbing up or down rows to get to other people, not sure if they knew each other or just couldn't contain the energy or what.
I bought a single BTW, so I didn't know any of these people before the game, but the guy next to me was great, really good fan, always stayed positive. Same with a couple of guys behind us too.
Here's a photo of the dude next to me and his buddy. He was sobbing, lots of people were. That didn't hit me till the Tivo. At the time I just spazzed and then realized I needed to get some photos of all these reactions. Wish I'd had it ready right from the start (had the long lens on instead, not good for people 5 feet away). These make it look calm actually.
Please post more pics, if you can.
The way it looked on TV didn't give it justice just by those two pics alone.