If you had 12 hours to watch any sporting event, how would spend it?

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Sports Staff

Zach Anderson”I would spend my time at Jordan-Hare Stadium when Alabama plays Auburn in the Iron Bowl, choosing to tailgate in the early morning hours from 8-12, then participating in the Tiger Walk, where the players and coaches walk to the stadium through a sea of fans. Then I would go to the game, which is the best rivalry in all of college football, and after the Tigers win, I would go down and witness the rolling of Toomer’s Corner, which is custom after every Auburn home win.”

Travis Kriens”I would choose to spend it at an opening round site of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Two of my favorite days during the sports year is the opening round of the Big Dance. I find the opening round more exciting than the Sweet 16 or the Final Four. The upsets and the all day action is what the tournament is known for. This is the time when you know if your bracket will be busted.”

Chris Mangan”Sunday at The Masters-do I need to say more? I don’t think there is a better place to be than Augusta, Ga., in early April, with the azaleas blooming. I would plant myself at Rae’s Creek right behind the 11th green and watch the leaders struggle with the famous Amen Corner. I would follow them through the back nine and see the winner don the green jacket, one of the best trophies in all of sports.”

Ariy-El Boynton:”For my 12 hours, I would spread the wealth around. An hour at the Coney Island hot dog eating contest (one hour). Then watch the Super Bowl and BCS national Championship game (eight hours). For my last three hours, I would head to one of the last places where you will see pure sports emotion: the Little League World Series. The annual event held in Williamsport, Pa., is great and maybe I would cry a tear or two.”

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