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On the road!

March 20, 2006 by Mark Cornelison  
Filed under Mark Cornelison, Snappers, Sports

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Being on the road is alot of fun. There is pressure to produce and justify the money spent to send you somewhere. It is never cheap to go on the road, especially during NCAA tournament time. By the time you find out where the team is going you only have a day or two notice before you have to fly out to who knows where. When the team is doing really good in the season the first round is usually within a drive but when they struggle like this year you never know where you may end up. It does make things fun, getting to go to some new place and see some cool things you only have seen on television or movies.
On the day off between games this week, David Coyle, Bill Luster and I decided to check out the Rocky Balboa statue. We drove around town to where we were told it was , but were told it had been moved because they were filming a new Rocky. We went to the Philadelpha Museum of Art where it had been originally and was supposed to be now, but it was not there either. To save the day, Bill Luster and I struck the Rocky pose while David Coyle made a photo of it! Had to document the event of course.
On Sunday before the game we thought we would eat breakfast at the hotel to save time. We went in and it was Sunday brunch. The cost would be $62.00 each. FOR BRUNCH. So much for the perks of being on the road. We passed!

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2 Responses to “On the road!”
  1. Jamie G. says:

    This is adorable. Weird, but adorable.

  2. Tim Sharp says:

    Where’s Adriiiiiaaaaaaannnn?????????

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