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Who else could show up at a Michigan State game?

Posted on: February 21, 2010 1:48 pm
Edited on: February 21, 2010 1:57 pm
 

By: Drew Franklin

1:45 PM

Kid Rock is in attendance at the Breslin Center today and was the recipient of a loud ovation from the crowd as "Cowboy" played over the sound system.  This got me thinking, what other Michigan celebrities could we see at a Spartans game?

Eminem - Marshall Mathers is the obvious choice.  He would be nervous, but on the surface he would look calm and ready.

Stevie Wonder - Stevie Wonder would make a great guest.  You wouldn't even have to waste a front row seat on him.  Just turn up the volume on the television in the men's room and put him in the last stall with a box of popcorn and he'll be just fine.

Steven Seagal - Casey Ryback from Under Seige could not only be a special guest fan but he could also serve as Breslin Center security.  "Hey kid, put that noise maker up or take this roundhouse kick to the face."

James Earl Jones - If Jones could find time in his busy schedule on The Sandlot or in The Field of Dreams, the Spartan cheers could use some extra bass.

Ed McMahon - Is he still alive?  He's gotta be like 124 years old.  Someone look into that for me.

Aretha Franklin - Aretha Franklin would be perfect for singing the national anthem or eating the leftover Johnsonville bratwursts before the concession stand throws them out, but I don't know about putting her in the crowd.  Have you seen her hats? How would you like to sit behind that monstrosity?

Scott Skiles - A Michigan State grad and the smallest player on the NBA Jam roster.

Casey Kasem - A dedication to Casey Kasem at the half would make Greg in California and Karen in Connecticut feel all warm and fuzzy inside.  As long as it's a Top 40 love ballad.  Preferably, Enrique Iglesias.

Shaggy 2 Dope & Violent J - The Insane Clown Posse is a rap duo from Detroit with a giant cult following of "Juggalos" and horror-core sound.  On second thought, ICP would male terrible guests.

Bob Eubanks - Drop the Kiss Cam for the Makin' Whoopee Cam and play The Newlywed Game during timeouts.

Steve Phillips - For those overweight MSU co-eds looking for some Baseball Tonight lovin'

That's all I got.  Can you think of any other good Michigan celebrities?
Comments

Since: Feb 19, 2010
Posted on: February 22, 2010 6:18 am
 

Who else could show up at a Michigan State game?

Jeff Daniels - To bad you all do not have the dog van to drive.



Since: Mar 27, 2009
Posted on: February 21, 2010 4:58 pm
 

Who else could show up at a Michigan State game?

Michael Moore - The guy that always wears that little green Michigan State hat that looks like a beanie on his fat head.  Moore has finally changed hats to a red one with a hammer and sickle on it.




Since: Mar 22, 2007
Posted on: February 21, 2010 3:05 pm
 

Who else could show up at a Michigan State game?

Great Stuff



Since: Feb 19, 2010
Posted on: February 21, 2010 3:01 pm
 

Who else could show up at a Michigan State game?

For absurdity, Kiss and Little Kiss. 



Since: Feb 15, 2009
Posted on: February 21, 2010 2:48 pm
 

Who else could show up at a Michigan State game?

Drew, don't forget Elizabeth Berkley from Saved by the Bell and Showgirls. I'm sure you still love Jesse Spano.



Since: May 24, 2007
Posted on: February 21, 2010 2:29 pm
 

Who else could show up at a Michigan State game?

Bob Seager: He could teach Matt Jones some Night Moves. Ted Nugent: By all rights he should be a Kentucky Wildcat fan with his hit Cat Scratch Fever. Sam Rami:  If he directed the biographical movie of Tomlin's life, would it be part of the Evil Dead series, or a pajama wearing super hero flick. My bet is on the pajamas. Bruce Campbell: My personal favorite. He could play Matt, Chris or Drew equally well in a movie version of the CBS Road Trip. The difference would be, HE would get the girl. 


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