quote: Some sports writers who didn't get into the press box were set up in the back row of Section F behind fans, Bonner said. A couple of rows of bleachers were removed to accommodate a table and reporters sat on bleacher seats, but the table set up for them was so low they had to hunch over to use it, he said.
"The folding table came down to my shins. My computer was at my shins," said Logan Lowery, a sports writer for the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. "Four days of that is a little more than my back could take."
It was crowded and to get out of the makeshift press area to use the restroom the sports writers had to crawl over the table and fans to reach an aisle, Lowery said.
Overbrook Tulane Fan Member since May 2013 1859 posts
re: Journalist who covers Miss st not thrilled with ULL (Posted on 6/7/14 at 10:05 am to stlslick)
All he has to do is drive down Abbeville Highway, A Caffery, or just stay on Congress and he can find all of the carved out developer subdivisions to his heart's content. It's too bad that the ambitious developers didn't control more property on the North and Northwest. I-10 isn't a local thoroughfare...maybe that's for the best though.