It’s our final road trip of the season, and it’s going to be a tough one. tUMD generally doesn’t fare very well against UAA in general, and certainly not in Anchorage. We saw what happened last time, despite Drew Akins’s best attempts to prepare.
This time, Drew brought a friend.
Here are the Drews after they landed their chartered helicopter. Halfway through the rotors went out and they had to fly it themselves. Boy are their arms tired.
Drew takes a moment to drink in the natural beauty of Alaska, the Last Frontier, before he gets down to biznass.
Drew unloads all the gear himself. Except for the Vermont tournament.
Sandy made him take a weekend off and made someone else do it, and they screwed up.
Drew saves lives. Here he is after saving four adults, quintuplets,
a Great Dane, a hairless cat, and a player piano from a burning house.
The Drews took part of their workouts from Spiderman comics: web-slinging, hanging upside down,
and climbing tall things. Note that I am totally kicking their badonkadonks.
See, here’s Drew with some of the web-slinging equipment.
Akins taught Olson his tips and tricks for success in the Duluth Rodeo, which,
as we learned in the first Tougher in Alaska post, is roping boats offshore and hauling them into port.
Akins is demonstrating his technique for securing his quarry.
Drew saw this stupid UAF intro video and was like “Eff that noise, I can destroy Anchorage myself.”
He commandeered some heavy machinery…
And now he’s ready to ravage UAA!
“Remember kids, don’t try this at home! I’m a professional!”
Ok, Bulldogs, let’s follow the Golden Rule and do unto the Seawolves as they did unto us lastyear.