Reminder: Going to Louisiana-based spring football is never a bad idea
As we learned last year in Lafayette to our fattening benefit, getting fed at Louisiana-based football activities is one of the highlights of spring ball. It's also an easy-to-master process:
1. Show up
2. Walk around until you find somebody with a crawfish pot
3. Be offered crawfish
4. RepeatThe Ragin' Cajuns don't play their spring game until April 20 this year, which should give you plenty of time to condition your stomach linings against whatever hell your mouth intends to rain down on them. Your training regimen begins tomorrow in Monroe, with Super Warhawk weekend. We are told friendly feeders are just as easy to find here. But should you find yourselves at the Warhawks' spring game festivities sans pals with boiling proclivities, despair not: The school is offering its own officially sanctioned crawfish boil for $25 a head at the alumni center, starting at 12:30 p.m. Diligence in conditioning now will yield true tailgating greatness this fall.