Jeff Castner: The Thrill of Athletics

Posted: April 15, 2014 in Career, Education, Sports, Sports Fan
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Athletic competition has the ability to bring a diverse group of people together in support of a common goal. Sports fans like Jeff Castner are what make professional competition possible and successful. Without a steady and devoted fan base, or people like Jeff Castner, sports teams would most likely be unable to continue on with winning traditions, and it would be very difficult for many to remain competitive and fun to watch.

Jeff Castner

Jeff Castner

Jeff Castner enjoys a variety of professional and college sporting events. He is a fan of professional basketball, baseball and football, though he also spends much of his time celebrating the rich history of the Indiana Hoosiers and Marian University athletic programs. Jeff Castner lives and works in Indianapolis, which is home to the Indianapolis Colts and the Indiana Pacers. He is a big fan of both teams, and considers himself a lifelong supporter of each team’s success.

Jeff Castner is also a fan of the Cincinnati Reds. He quite often makes the drive to Cincinnati so that he can show his support amongst other Reds’ fans. Though Jeff Castner loves to watch Reds’ games on television, he never hesitates to take advantage of an opportunity to visit the home of the Reds.

Jeff Castner was impressed by the Colts’ playoff run last season, though he understands that there is much room for improvement. He also understands that though the Pacers are competitive in the Eastern Conference, they still have a long way to go if they want to overcome the Miami Heat in this year’s playoffs.

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