Wake Forest: Alright Alright, Ina, Sally, Rump Roast
Carolina: Coach K, Teasip, Ant Man, Walmart, Rocket Man
AO: Burleson (Neutral Site)
Final Score: Wake 58; Carolina 57.75
Pre-Game Warm Ups:
SSH x 31
IST x 28
(Score of the first matchup between the schools in 1910)
Squats x 23 (Michael Jordan)
OHD Claps x 21 (Tim Duncan)
Mosey to top of SMU Garage for the First Half
Four Corners (Carolina) vs 2×3 Zone (Wake) Offense
Teams do 2 burpees with 3 hand-release merkins at the bottom of each at all four corners of the garage (bear crawling the ramps). One PAX from each team is running down the garage and up the stairs then switch off. 1 point is awarded for every lap of four corners and every lap to the bottom of the garage. Repeato for 20 minutes.
Halftime Score: Wake 25; Carolina 27.75
Mosey to main quad for Second Half
UNCWF. PAX pair up within teams for UNCWF (Dora).
1) Uptown Crunch 2) Nipple Merkins 3) Carolina Drydocks 4) Wide Stance Squats 5) Forward Lunges. PAX complete 100 reps of each until moving onto the next exercise. 1 point is awarded for every lap around the fountain and every exercise completed.
Final Score: Wake 58; Carolina 57.75
Short on time, we unfortunately didn’t get the chance to honor Stuart Scott (raised in Winston-Salem; went to Carolina) with Booyah merkins.
PAX arrived on a very brisk Saturday morning unbeknownst to the competition that lie ahead between arguably the two most competitive people in F3 Dallas. The most notable thing was seeing Ant Man arrive almost 10 minutes early to the beatdown. That was shortly followed by an out-of-context “how deep did you go last night”, which was an interesting start to the morning.
During the warm-ups we each started picking teams and PAX were thrown off thinking Alright Alright and myself were simply splitting the beatdown not running a competition. Co-Qs were well-prepared except when it came to planning who’d be timing the events, so there was some derision right from the start. The Co-Qs led the count in cadence together (truly in sync as Carolinians are) making for a very tasteful and coordinated warm-up.
The Qs overestimated PAX IQ when explaining the Four Corners drill as it took about 5 minutes to get PAX on board. The situation wasn’t helped by certain PAX (who knew what was going on) sabotaging the explanation. Hindsight, they were probably intentionally delaying the inevitable because it was 20 minutes of pain (though not the worse the Qs have ever done). Mumblechatter was light except when some conflicts arose on switching off partners. Ina and Ant Man had to run a bit further before we changed the rules, but it evened out between the teams. We also learned after 20 minutes that numbers are hard as tallying the total scores was, for lack of a better word, a minor ordeal bringing out the crankappotamus. Halftime score had Carolina up by almost 3 points.
We moseyed to the quad for the second half – well, second 12 minutes because of time constraints. Wake spent three minutes planning. Carolina started yelling at them for stalling, but apparently the planning paid off. Again, little mumblechatter during the UNCWF. People’s competitive spirits revealed themselves when the last PAX had to sprint the final straightaway with a 10 second countdown. Tallying up the scores was a lot less painful this time and unfortunate for team Carolina who lost be a mere .25 points. Fortunately, they won by 38 in the real matchup, which almost made up for the moral defeat to Alright Alright.
PAX walked back to Burleson to pray it out and audibled to Chick-Fil-A. YHC couldn’t attend because he had to head off to the office, so I can’t comment on the mumblechatter.
1. Run Ranger Run – log your miles
2. Texas Independence Day 18K