Friday, May 06, 2011

Professional Tailgating: For what its Werth

As a Nats fan, I was not a big fan of them signing Werth and after seeing in the that jersey on Thursday night it still does not look right

Werth in his familiar spot at Citizens Bank Park, this time in different colors.
 John Mayberry Jr., Werth replacement.
Outside the stadium, this guy plays a tune celebrating the Phillies win
At least on Friday night, I will be able to celebrate the future of the franchise, when the OTWT group heads to Lakewood to watch Bryce Harper,  can not wait.

Monday, May 02, 2011

Is Brandon Coleman Rutgter's version of Jonathan Baldwin

During his time at Pitt, Frank Cignetti had a tall receiver names Jonathan Baldwin to use. Last year Cingnetti did his best to put Baldwin in the best positions that he could. Cignetti, now the offensive coordinator at Rutgers, may have found the next vversion of the Baldwin in red shirt freshman Brandon Coleman. During the Spring Game on Saturday, Coleman was the star of the showing catching five balls for 78 yards and two touchdowns. Teaming Coleman up with Sanu, Deering and Harrison could make the Rutgers receiving corps the best in the Big East. 

Chas Dodd throws a 28-yard td pass to Coleman

Sunday, May 01, 2011

Professional Tailgating: Spring is Always Fun

Spring Games are fun for everyone but the players. So yesterday, the OTWT Tailgating Crew headed to Rutgers Scarlet and White Game and it was a ton of fun. The event gave fans a chance to see the new offense that is being installed.

Going to the Spring Game starts at an early age.
 The Believe Bowl, an alumni game, features teams lead by for former qbs Ryan Hart and Mike Teel
 A nice crowd took in the game, officials said it was approximately 21,000 people  
 The new offense looked good, more on that in the coming days.