I was just reminiscing with a co-worker about how I used to sell peanuts in Tiger Stadium when I was in high school, in order to get into the games. You would go to a spot beneath the Stadium and a man would sell you a sack with 10 bags of peanuts for $7.00. You would then go sell the peanuts for .75 cents per back (thus turning a .50 cent profit per sack). But the beauty of the whole thing was this: they would give you a Stadium Pass with which you could go all over Tiger Stadium and go out and come back in at will...and you could only sell peanuts before games and at halftime. Many was the night I'd make a beeline for the student section, sell my sack of peanuts (usually within about 15 minutes) and go find a seat and enjoy the game. Occasionally, I'd get ambitious and go back a few times to get more peanuts to sell and increase my profit margin...but that free ticket into the game was my true motivation. I spent the whole of Dalton Hilliard-Garry James freshman Orange Bowl year selling peanuts in the stands. What great memories.