Wait, this isn’t the right kind of football.
After spending the night at Amanda’s in Indianapolis, it was off to beautiful, sunny South Bend.
Guess what? It actually was sunny for once. I’d never been to campus before in mid-summer, but as it turns out, Northern Indiana can get quite warm in July, a distinct departure from its typical below-freezing environment that I have to deal with 75% of the time that I’m there during the academic year.
In fact, it was too hot. Way too hot — like, 100 degrees hot with a 60% humidity index on top of that.