Planes, trains, automobiles and … scooters?
Yes, a motor scooter can be added to the list of transportation methods Georgia fans are utilizing to travel to see the Bulldogs play in the Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day.
Clark Hurst began his journey on his motor scooter from Athens, Ga., to Pasadena, Calif., on Dec. 21, and he is averaging about 230 miles per day on his trip across the country, according to Jackson Fryburger of UGAwire.com.
Hurst has updated his travels on his YouTube channel, Powered By Scooter. His voyage began, of course, at Sanford Stadium.
And we’ll give you one guess what he’s choosing for sustenance on the long trip. Did you guess Waffle House? It’s Waffle House:
Hurst’s latest video update came early Friday from Texas, where, in full helmet gear a la Georgia kicker Rodrigo Blankenship, he gave some Herschel Walker inspiration before continuing.
And Georgia fans, you’ve likely already seen Hurst on the internet. He’s this guy, the one calling out Steve Spurrier in 2009:
Makes me proud to be a Dawg! https://t.co/0Fie5qkoAm
— UGA Football Live (@UGAfootballLive) March 11, 2014
So, Georgia fans, if you’re on the road to Pasadena and see a motor scooter decked out in red and black, it’s more than likely Hurst. Maybe give him a lift for a few miles, let him get warm because his whole journey to this point has been in freezing cold, pay for his Waffle House or just yell Go Dawgs! You’re all heading to the same place.
DawgNation travels, and we know this to be true.