ITHACA, N.Y. (AP) - Throwing fish on the ice before the annual hockey game against Harvard is a tradition at Cornell University.
But for Friday's game, Cornell officials warned that fans caught with fish would be tossed from the rink.
Cornell fans have been pelting fish at Crimson players for decades. Sometimes the fish count - including the occasional lobster and octopus - reaches more than 100. Three years ago, a Harvard player was hit on the head by a lake trout.
Almost as dumb as throwing plastic rats. Didn't Florida Panthers fans do that for awhile? Of course, in the old days, Rangers fans threw knives.
Anyway, this reminds me of an old short story of mine. If I can find it, I will post later. If not, this is probably it for today.