Re: Would you like to get a free seat in the press box next to Hal McCoy all season?
As a young 'sports writer' (I am not sure if I want to sentence myself yet), I have been in several press rooms/boxes. Cheering on the MAC level is not uncommon, but that is mostly because everybody knows everybody and they are more of a team than competitors in the journalism world.
However, I have been to Cleveland where there are huge signs that state that cheering will get you thrown out. And people literally sit there afraid to make a noise. It's a weird feeling.
Hey Sparky! Indian Hill English teachers taught me everything I know!