After having seeing them play up close last year, I really like how Scott Stricklin(Head Coach) goes about his business.
Well, Cleveland Brown's WR/KR Josh Cribs has arranged fans of Kent State to travel to Omaha to watch the 1st game against Arkansas. Cribs is an alumni of Kent State and has been a big fan of the baseball team.
Josh Cribbs is going to Omaha, Neb., and he's taking some friends with him.
Forty-six of them, to be exact.
The veteran Browns return specialist is doing his part to make sure the Kent State baseball team has a big fan base this weekend at the College World Series by securing a fan bus — capacity of 46 — to TD Ameritrade Park.
Cribbs' alma mater will play Arkansas at 5 p.m. on Saturday in its College World Series opener.
"Josh Cribbs has secured a bus for us," the message on teamcribbs.com reads. "He is paying for the bus to take us there and back. I only have 46 seats available on the bus, so it will be first come, first (served). The first people to email me and secure their payment will get to go."
The cost is $150, which includes beverages and snacks on the bus, a ticket to Saturday's game, a hotel room for Friday night and a special Flashes/TeamCribbs T-shirt.