You're Clark Hunt. You own the Chiefs.
How do you spend game day?
The KC Chiefs owner was briefly on the TV broadcast of Friday's game and announcers Trent Green and Paul Burmeister asked Hunt how he spent his game days. If you were curious, he said...
"Obviously the game is the most important thing," Hunt said. "But I enjoy getting here a couple hours before the game starts. Spend some time in the parking lot with the fans, tailgating. It's one of the most fun aspects of coming to Arrowhead on game day. Always make a point of going down on the sideline watching the warm-up trying to get a feel for the vibe of the team.
"I like to spend a few minutes with the head coach. Talk to Romeo, see what he's thinking about the game and does he have anything special. I'll head back up to the suite and nervously pace back and forth."
Burmeister asked: Do you give Romeo suggestions or just ask questions and listen?
"Nope, I always ask," Hunt said. "I hear what he has to say but don't want to tell him what I would do because I'd screw it up."
Oh man, how cool would it be to sit down and chat with Romeo shortly before the game, getting the Chiefs strategy for the game.