Thanks for the kind words. The feeling is mutual. We had a nice young man and his little brother sitting next to us who were Tulane fans. They drove over planning on staying only through Sat. because of financial reasons. One of the guys in our section manages a local motel and called his front desk and arranged for a discount so they could stay longer. Another FSU fan gave them some free hot dog coupons given away at Howser during the regular season. When he ran out of batteries for his radio (listening to your in stadium transmitter), I gave him some fresh batteries.
They were true baseball fans and ended up staying through Monday until the last out after midnight. They then drove back to Slidell after the game. I hope and pray they arrived safely.
We all cheered together for Tulane against the Gators, and I told him when FSU and Tulane played that I would consider it a friendly rivalry. And that is what happened. I was as impressed with Tulane's fan's as you were with ours.
If you want to read a good example of what FSU baseball fans are all about, read what happened when Providence came to our regional in 1999:
By the way (and this is not sucking up to you because of your post) but several of us with radios listened to your broadcast on Tulane's in stadium transmitter (great idea, by the way) and we all agreed that you are one of the best college baseball announcers we have heard. The comment was made that if you ever decide to leave Tulane, we would love to have you here. In case you didn't know, our long time announcer died unexpectedly a couple of years ago.