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Memo to NCAA: Make Beach Volleyball An Official Sport

Posted by Dave On July - 31 - 2008

Avid tailgaters, especially college students, will tailgate before any type of sporting event. Lacrosse, fencing, swim meets, you name it. College kids aren’t just tailgating before football games. With that in mind I would highly encourage the NCAA to consider adding beach volleyball to the list of sports officially sanctioned. To back up my claim that people will come out and support the sport, I provide visual proof this sport has fan appeal.

rachel wacholder

(Image of Rachel Wacholder appears courtesy of The World of Isaac.)

The NCAA is considering adding the sport although they are calling it ‘Sand Volleyball’. I don’t care what you call it. I’d definitely break out the grill and cooler and tailgate before any of these matches.

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3 Responses to “Memo to NCAA: Make Beach Volleyball An Official Sport”

  1. Ethan Nobles says:

    I’ve got to admit, I thought the suggestion of beach volleyball as an NCAA sport was downright ridiculous. Hell, why not make hopscotch a sport while you’re at it?

    Then I saw the photo.

    OK. You’ve got a point. I could be a fan of that…

  2. Sweet G says:

    Adding beach volleyball as an NCAA Sport would be awesome! Then people like me that went to SDSU would have something to cheer about…Other than having smoking hot coeds on campus in tank tops and mini skirts year-round. While they are at it, they should add surfing.

  3. cassius says:

    Ethan you’re an idiot beach volleyball is one of the hardest sports I bet you couldn’t get out there and even jog on the sand let alone play the sport





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