Today, as the arena lights come up, as the confetti falls, as the man on stage hoists the biggest trophy of this sport above his head, as all that happens and you rise clapping to your feet, do this for me ...
Edwin Evers, 5 pounds off the lead is going to gamble on a new area today.
Kevin Wirth, 11 pounds off the lead, isn't sure he has a realistic chance of making a charge at victory, but he's going to switch things up today to try to bust a big bag.
Bill Lowen has spent the majority of the first two days in the backwater where Chris Lane caught his big bag yesterday. On Friday he shared it with Matt Reed.
I talked to Chris Lane's Day Three observer Larry Beauboeuf, who declared Lane to be friendly, talkative and exceptionally confident.
Images of the Day Two weigh-in from the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
Chris Lane says he’s got a sort of inner clock that starts to tick when everything is in sync and working for him. If ever he’s heard that wonderful sound, it was Saturday at Classic.
In front of a full house at the CenturyLink Center for Day Two of the Bassmaster Classic, Marty Robinson dances like no one is watching.
Bedding bass present anglers a different option tomorrow.
Muddy water, big fish and stout tackle are the presumed recipe for a Red River victory but a number of contenders in this Classic are hoping to turn that alleged truism on its ear.