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What is the farthest you have traveled to watch a game?

Asked at Jefferson's Restaurant, 743 Mass. on January 1, 2008

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Photo of Shane Nemechek

“I went to the Fort Worth Bowl in Texas a couple of years ago.”

Photo of Jordan Kerschen

“From Wichita to Kansas City, Mo., to watch the Big 12 Tournament.”

Photo of Thomas Long

“Just to Manhattan to watch KU beat K-State in basketball.”

Photo of Annie Sims

“To Austin, Texas, about four years ago to watch a KU basketball game.”

Comments

teachks 6 years, 11 months ago

1470 miles...just got to Miami yesterday. Left KC at 4:00pm on Sunday and arrived here on Monday at 3:00pm Miami time. Drove straight through the night! It's awesome to be here though! ROCK CHALK!

oldvet 6 years, 11 months ago

1331 miles to watch the Jayhawks defeat UConn in Hartford back in January, 1997. The Jayhawks went 18/19 from the freethrow line that afternoon and came back from a big margin early in the first half. But I'll break that tomorrow when I fly to Miami, 1505 miles (per Google maps) to watch us win the Orange Bowl.

Kyle Neuer 6 years, 11 months ago

San Francisco to Lawrence every year for the last five for the KU-MU game at Allen.

ms_canada 6 years, 11 months ago

From Edmonton to Lethbridge in southern Alberta to watch my grandson Rob Klinkhammer play hockey in the WHL. That is a 6 hour drive. Now we are considering flying to Norfolk, Virginia to catch an Admirals game there and watch Rob again. That's American Hockey League. BTW - he scored a goal last night against Wilkes-Barre. Hooray Robbie.

mom_of_three 6 years, 11 months ago

went to St. Louis to watch the Jayhawks play Georgia Tech in 2004.

labmonkey 6 years, 11 months ago

Uh...from Bonner Springs to Arrowhead Stadium to watch a couple Chiefs games.

George_Braziller 6 years, 11 months ago

Amen. I won't even travel as far as reaching for the remote to turn on the TV to see one.

Pywacket (Anonymous) says:

I'm waiting for the question, "How far have you traveled to avoid having to see a game?".

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