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"Murphy was an optimist!"

All I saw was cold people November 23, 2007 8:01 pm

Posted by Doug McCaughan in : Uncategorized
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I ventured to the farragut side of the stadium but could not find brian hornback.

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1. sam - November 23, 2007

I’m sorry?

2. BH - November 23, 2007

I was there. I looked for you all in the throngs of thousands.

3. Doug McCaughan - November 23, 2007

It was a good game! Both sides played well. When I looked in the stands, all I saw was people in coats and hats.

4. BH - November 24, 2007

As usual, I was standing on the fence. The first half I was on the Farragut stands side at about the 20 nearly in front of the Farragut band.

The second half I moved to the otherside, behind the Admiral team on about the 40. However, I was wearing an underarmour undershirt, an admiral underarmour polo shirt, with an underarmour sweatshirt, with an admiral pullover jacket with an underarmour toboggan and that was just the top half. I was about as unrecognizeable as could be. However, I did walk in front of the Bearden stands looking for you’all but I too only saw bundled up cold people.

My son had spiked gray hair and a blue face, utilizing face paint not cold weather.

5. Cathy - November 24, 2007

Doug twittered the entire game.

6. Doug McCaughan - November 24, 2007

We usually sit near the band as close as possible to the rope that separates the band from the audience. Next year we’ll have to coordinate a meetup so we can rib each other about the other team’s game.