The more to come

I intended on editing the post from Saturday, but it was just too late and had to get some sleep for church. Anyways, this post will serve as to what should be in there. Friday night was a real late night. It started off with a devo singing songs that I haven’t sung in a while (some as long as 20 years ago!). After devo we decided to hang out at the CSC until the folks from Auburn arrived. They arrived at like 11:00. After talking for a while, a lot of us decided to go to ESPN College Gameday the next day.
ESPN College Gameday
Several of us showed up at the CSC real early Saturday morning. Both Ben and I brought our cameras. He brought a Nikon D1 with 80-200, F2.8 D ED lens. I brought my Canon 20D with 70-200mm F2.8 L IS lens. We were able to find a door that was open at Thompson-Boling Arena. Once in, we just went around the artificial barriers set up by the cops. A couple of cops saw us, but I guess they didn’t mind or thought we were legit since we had our cameras. We didn’t have any press passes or VIP passes, which must have caught the notice of the stage manager. Since we were acting professional, he let us walk around the stage, just as long as “we were on the ground”. It was starting to rain, so when it let up, we left. As we were leaving we saw Rocket Ismael and Charles Barkley hanging around. Oh well…

Back at the CSC, it was a usual Saturday during Football season. Watching a lot of games with the occasional ping pong tournament thrown in. I had a couple of chances to go to the game, but I was wearing a shirt that was Auburn orange and and Auburn cap. I know Tennessee fans, and we aren’t the nicest to the opponent. Especially after having a lesson in good ole fashioned butt kicking, so I decided I would stay at the CSC and watch it.