Skip to content

Rest in peace, honey — after the Mountaineers game, of course

There’s nary a doubt that college football fans are arguably the most passionate fans of any sport in the country.  When it comes to their particular schools, there’s little they wouldn’t do in order to catch them each and every fall Saturday, all in an effort to live and die with their boys.

Want the latest example of extreme fanaticism?  Here’s a portion of an obituary from the Charleston Post & Courier:

Joan Renee Kirby, 58, wife of Larry Kirby, of N. Charleston, SC, died Tuesday, September 14, 2010. Friends and family are invited to a visitation at Parks Funeral Home, in Summerville, SC, Saturday afternoon, September 18, 2010, from 4 – 6 o’clock so that there won’t be a conflict with the West Virginia Mountaineers football game. Burial will be held at a later date.

You think you love your school?  Top that, posers.

Condolences to the Kirby family on their loss.  And good luck Saturday afternoon.  With the game, I mean. 

(Tip O’ the Cap: Colin Dunlap of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Permalink 6 Comments Feed for comments Latest Stories in: American Athletic Conference, Rumor Mill, West Virginia Mountaineers
6 Responses to “Rest in peace, honey — after the Mountaineers game, of course”
  1. burntorangehorn says: Sep 16, 2010 4:11 PM

    My youngest daughter was born with burnt orange hair.
    Top THAT.

  2. SPORTSFIX4U says: Sep 16, 2010 4:32 PM

    Lets see North , Charleston, SC we also have a town North Charleston, WV
    and Summerville, WV as they do in Summerville, SC
    Colin Dunlap of Pa -we also have a Colin Dunlap 0f WV Hit and Run Drive

  3. Pabst says: Sep 16, 2010 5:05 PM

    RIP Joan Renee Kirby

  4. uff_da_tx says: Sep 16, 2010 9:09 PM

    I was born with scarlet red hair and now its gray. GO BUCKEYES!

  5. overratedgators says: Sep 16, 2010 10:00 PM

    I’m refraining from murdering my wife until bowl season ends.

  6. BamaStudent says: Sep 17, 2010 3:43 AM

    In Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer there is the story of a couple who skipped their daughters wedding for the Alabama-Tennessee game.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!