$40 worth of drinks
As an alum of Appalachian State University
, I was excited about the unheard of Championship win in Chattanooga, TN this past weekend
But I was not nearly as excited as Whitt
, due to a "business" decision, was unable to attend the viewing of unparalleled sportsmanship in Tennessee. He was, however, able to make it to one of his local watering holes to watch on ESPN
only knew of one other App State alum that was at the bar, and he informed this person that if App won this game, Whitt would find him and dive tackle him.
Since we already know the outcome of the game, let's hear about the outcome at the bar.
Whitt was in the downstairs section of the bar, watching the game. The other alum was upstairs, playing pool/dancing/whatever.
In true Whitt form: he went upstairs, took a few steps up onto the bar, springboarding off of the bar into his target as promised.
The problem is that Whitt's a little too big to just dive tackle one guy. No, he ends up taking out about 4 or 5 other people as well. Not to mention the fact that he knocked over their round of shots, a couple of beers, and at least one glass of wine.
If nothing else, Whitt WILL
And to make up for the damage, he replaced the drinks that he had knocked over and apologized for knocking down more than just his singular target. Ended up being about 40 dollars, well worth the dive tackle.
I'm not sure how winning a national championship and causing bodily harm to a fellow alum can be related, but that's just me. I'm just glad I wasn't there, it gave someone else the opportunity to be the target.Filed under: football AppState sportsbar