The Czar's 2007-2008 Season Totals

One of the things I get asked often when I'm out and about doing this is how many games and teams I've seen, how many places I've been, etc etc so a couple of years ago I decided to track it. A game counts as seen if I pay for it or see at least half of the game time go off the clock.

The Czar's 2007-2008 totals (complete version)

137 total games in person split as follows
  • 109 Minnesota
    • 93 Boys
    • 16 Girls
  • 28 Wisconsin
    • 24 Boys
    • 4 Girls
157 teams split as follows
  • 114 Minnesota
    • 91 Boys
      • All 5 Classic Lake teams
      • Top 4 Classic Suburban teams
      • 7 of the top 8 Lake teams
      • 4 of top 5 and bottom 4 teams in the MCAA
      • 6 Minneapolis City teams
      • 4 Missota teams
      • 7 North Suburban teams
      • 4 Northwest Suburban teams
      • 5 St. Paul City teams
      • 6 Suburban East teams
      • 11 Tri-Metro teams
      • 67% of the 11 local conferences that I pay attention to (which ironically is exactly 100 teams)
      • 7 metro "independents" (CHOF, MTS, PACT, Spectrum, Ascension, Minnetonka Christian, Oh Day Aki)
      • 4 Mississippi 8 teams
      • 1 Minnesota River team
      • 9 Other MN teams, non-metro (e.g Rocori, BOLD etc)
    • 23 Girls
  • 37 Wisconsin
    • 29 Boys
    • 8 Girls
  • Other States
    • 5 Boys
    • 1 Girls
53 buildings, 12 that I had never been to before
2 Genders
  • 55 JV games
  • 21 Bands
  • 95 National Anthems
  • 49 Hot Dogs
  • 18 slices of pizza
  • 4 buzzer beaters
  • 6, the maximum number of times I saw any 1 team in person (MTS, DLS and BSM)
  • 18, most games in 1 building (Al McGuire Center in Milwaukee)
  • 9 games at the Target Center, 7 at DLS
  • 1 kid climbing a backboard
  • 1 broken shot clock
  • 1 game with a shot clock
Drinks (size not included)
  • 36 Pepsi
  • 12 Coke
  • 20 Fruit Punch Gatorade
  • 13 Fruit Punch Powerade
  • 17 Other
1960 ounces of beverages consumed assuming 20 oz per drink
Seeing the dentist in the offseason: Priceless

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