Two thoughts I had last night...One was a statue outside of Hilton...I like the idea...something similar to the picture someone uses in this thread..with his trademark arm pump!
I think that renaming the basketball court is a little too much like the fiasco with Cyclone Stadium/Jack Trice Field. I remember all the garbage that Cyclone nation got in the media with that. If you are going to rename Hilton then do it...(although kind of defeats the purpose of honoring him for bringing Hilton Majic alive)...but don't half *** honoring him with his name on a wood floor that only gets seen part of the year.
The other thought..the street that runs east and west south of Hilton is called Center Street.. Why not Johnny Orr Drive? Would this be a city issue? Just simply petitioning the city council to rename the street? Or is it a University issue??
Johnny is going to be on Murph and Andy today. Might be a good time to email them and have them discuss "The Johnny Orr Project".
Bad timing on my part! I didn't notice the other thread until about 10 til 4 or so. That's a great idea though. Emails to all the KXNO local shows would be a good start at publicity.
Also.....thanks to CycloneErik for joining the Johnny Orr Project Facebook group, and congratulations on being appointed official Vice President? of the group. Many more cool and meaningless titles yet to be handed out! Get them while you can
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