|Bob Dylan described this scene in|
"It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)":
Obscenity who really cares, Propaganda all is phony.
|Padding (and ads) disguised|
as the iconic ivy — which
long ago succumbed
to the change in seasons.
This layout keeps all of the end zone, but there's sure not much room between the back of the end zone and the right field wall. If any — the goal posts are attached to the wall itself.
It calls to mind one of the old tales of Bronko Nagurski, the football legend from International Falls, Minn. He's playing fullback for the Bears in Wrigley, the Bears have the ball near the end zone, and they give the ball to Bronko. Bronko puts his head down and runs through a suddenly gaping hole, through the end zone and —BAM — into the brick wall.
He wobbles back to the huddle: I don't know who that last guy was, but he hit me pretty good.
Anyway... if they really must play football, they shouldn't contaminate Wrigley with it.