Coaches' timeouts are worse. Basketball teams should get one, full stop.
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|2 years 37 weeks ago||Rose Bowl 2005||
We surprised the kids with tix to the Rose Bowl in 2005. They lost our luggage on the flight out from St Louis. You know the outcome of the game. My wife and I have boarded the plane to fly home, seated in the same row across the aisle from one another, kids in the middle and window seats. A hungover Texas football player boards, pauses at our row, and vomits up and down and around the aisle.
|3 years 44 weeks ago||We live in MO but||
We've managed to get our kids to several games over the years, including a painful Rose Bowl loss to Texas. Things happen, and I find myself the proud parent of a tenors player in the Purdue Marching Band...who admitted that when they played at the Big House last fall that he had trouble remembering which team he was supposed to be cheering for.
|4 years 17 weeks ago||I'm biased||
I'm an Michigan lifer, but my oldest kid is a Purdue freshman in mech eng and tenors player on the Purdue drumline. Needless to say, we now see some Purdue games. The irritating thing about the BBD is that in a stadium, the timing of the beats is always off. The bigger the stadium, the more the beat is off. Last Saturday in Michigan Stadium it was off by more than we've ever heard before.
Still the AAMB is a pretty darn good band.