By Charlie Fitzgerald ‘20
Ancient artifacts like my dad and uncles are always looking for a way to get back on the football field. A good portion of my family lives and dies by football.
So Thanksgiving poses as the perfect time to do so alongside none other than your sons and nephews. While the parents try to prove they still got it, the kids want to take the bragging rights until next year.
My brother Joe, being in Minnesota since August, couldn’t wait for the game.
“Thanksgiving always makes me forget about the distance,” he said, “It’s one day where the family is all […]