Who are you rooting for, Bob?

With Super Bowl LVII just five days away, between the Eagles and the Chiefs, is it any wonder that our own Bob Larsen found himself smack-dab in the middle of the largest gathering of Chiefs fans in Milwaukee?

JS Online just authored an article on this group in which Bob is, of course, one of the founding members.  If you’ve ever played with or against Bob on the court, you’ll likely have noticed that he is almost always wearing a Chiefs t-shirt or jersey.

For the rest of us Packer fans, his sacrilege is only tolerated because Bob knows that the Packers owned the Chiefs in their only Super Bowl meeting back in 1967, 35-10… but really, who’s counting?

Read the full article here > LINK


How did the Chiefs Milwaukee Group get started?

(story excerpt)

In September 2013, Kingsley went to Buffalo Wild Wings in West Allis to watch a Chiefs game with his family.

“We heard a bunch of people cheering at the same time I was,” Kingsley previously told the Journal Sentinel.

He went over to introduce himself to these fellow fans, who were Bob Larsen of Milwaukee, Nick Schweitzer of Wauwatosa and Kris Crow of Hubertus. Coincidentally, the three of them stumbled upon each other at B-Dubs around 2010 and had been meeting up for games since.

— Bob Larsen, always the center of attention —
Thanks, Tom Lehmann, for getting the scoop!