Because I lost a bet
Mary Green | Wednesday, December 3, 2014
I would like to start off this column by saying that I am writing it against my will.
It all started a few weeks ago at the second annual Andrew Gastelum Turkey Bowl, in which the members of The Observer sports department faced off in a snowy and icy football game at McGlinn Fields. The battle lines were drawn and after a draft and a few trades, I was convinced I had the winning team, the one that would trounce the team captained by Associate Sports Editor Greg Hadley. After all, the stakes were high—the losing team’s captain would have to write an Inside Column devoted to the winning team’s captain.
Since other Observer duties beckoned me away from the game before its conclusion, I had to place my trust in the honor of the rest of the staff, who promptly informed me that I would indeed be writing the next Inside Column on the schedule.
So here is my column, dedicated to one Gregory Gerard Hadley.
Great amount of sass
Really likes fruit snacks
Eats a lot of fruit snacks
Good kid, bad choice in sports teams
Regularly gets emails in response to his stories
Yes, those emails are rather funny
Golden-haired for much of freshman year
Emotional half of the sports editors
Really from Maryland but says he’s from D.C.
Always jinxes Notre Dame sports
Really shouldn’t cover any more championship games
Doesn’t believe this is his fault (it probably is)
Has a lot of siblings
Doesn’t like the beautiful things in life
Like particularly funny puns
Engages in treks from South Dining Hall to Carroll Hall frequently
Yes, even when it’s snowing — that’s dedication
Fruit snacks and Carroll
That’s how I would describe Greg,
With food and his dorm.
Greg is pretty quick when he works
Not so sure if he’s as good when he twerks
No, he’s no Miley
His humor comes dryly
And his sass is one of his better quirks
The views expressed in this column are those of the author and not necessarily those of The Observer.