Archive for September, 2010

Top 5 Worst Sporting-Event Songs

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Popular sporting events typically have one element associated with it no matter the sport.

Music is always an integral part in any sports stadium. Whether the music is blaring over a huge sound system or the local marching band is playing their school fight song, music is always there.

Unfortunately, some songs will forever be on the playlist at stadiums. Here is my list of the five worst stadium songs I am tired of hearing. If there are any songs that need to be added to the list shoot me a comment or tweet (@HubSports_CSF) (more…)

Mascot upbringing

Friday, September 24th, 2010

I gave countless hugs to kids, threw candy to the crowd and sweated my butt off in a big furry costume. Yes it is true. I was once a mascot in my high school days. It was fun and almost freeing to run around without anyone knowing who you were. Also, the lack of talking allowed me to speak with my actions, which made me a little more animated. (more…)

Go Lopers, but only until half-time

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

It is common knowledge that Nebraskans love their Huskers, but do Kearneyites love their Lopers?

Have you fallen victim to the Loper shuffle?

You know the dance. You get up from your seat at Ron and Carol Cope Stadium before the Loper game is even over and boogie your way to your car to catch the Husker kickoff. (more…)

Golf courses don’t remind me of golf

Friday, September 17th, 2010

Most of my experiences on golf courses have nothing to do with clubs, balls and tees. They also have nothing to do with proper golf etiquette.

I recall loud cheering and a whole lot of running, something not typically seen or heard on courses. (more…)

Futbol in America

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

For those of you who live under boulders, consider this your heads-up that football season has officially started. (more…)

Beyond the field: Kearney/Grand Island rivalry

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

As I looked down into the innocent eyes of my baby niece, I couldn’t help notice the outfit she was wearing. She was only a few months old at the time and typically any ensemble she wore was adorable. But something inside me didn’t like her fashion statement. (more…)

What it means to be the Casual Sports Fan?

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

Did you know that in the early 1800s a live turkey was given to the first bowler to throw three strikes in a row?

Do you know who played center field for the Kansas City Royals in 1993? (more…)