Messenger strolls onto the court throughout Loyola Chicago-Duquesne
In some cases a yearning for fast food just can’t wait.Or a minimum of that held true for someone at Wednesday’s game between the Loyola Chicago Ramblers and Duquesne Dukes, as the game was paused when an UberEats delivery person walked onto the flooring holding a bag of McDonald’s.
With 16:30 left in the 2nd half, a male in a yellow jacket wandered onto the flooring– a couple of feet from where Loyola Chicago’s Philip Alston was holding the ball. The game was stopped with 16:10 left.
“Was he going to deliver the McDonald’s to somebody on the court? Can we rule that out?” among the game’s commentators said. His partner on the call verified it was an UberEats logo and a bag of McDonald’s.
Did a delivery person just stroll on the court? pic.twitter.com/iBjTRXaw2X!.?.!— SportsCenter(@SportsCenter)January 26, 2023 The messenger was shown once again a couple minutes later on, walking the concourse level, seeking to find the person who ordered the food.Abby Schnable, a reporter for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, tweeted that ultimately the food found its way into the right hands.”Only at Duquesne can a person provide food on the court throughout the game,”Duquesne coach Keith Dambrot told press reporters after the game.” Craziest thing I’ve ever seen in my life, aside from when I was an assistant at Eastern Michigan, we had these good friends of ours that were excellent fans. And they got the ice cream person to deliver the ice cream to the coach coaching the game, during the game. The closest thing I have actually seen to that. “