Seawolf Softball Star Diane Caruso, and Reporter Boy-Wonder Basil John verse off in an off-the-cuff battle of “Are You Smarter Than A Seawolf.”
For their sake, it’s best this doesn’t count toward their chances for being crowned at Homecoming.
The game is simple: Diane and Basil will compete against each other to see who really does know more about the university. There is one category, “Wolfie Says,” with seven point values beneath it, ranging from 100 points to 2000. After a quick round of “rock, paper, scissors” to see who gets to go first, the winner will choose the point value they want. If there is a wrong answer, the other person can steal for half the point value. Lauren and JD will take turns reading the questions and they’ll have 20 seconds to answer. Remember, the questions get harder, the more points there are.
Leave a comment below for who you think should have one.
Diane Caruso and Basil John are running for Homecoming King and Queen — a notable and fun endeavor, during the midterm season. The two are both part of the 2015 Homecoming Court. The crowning ceremony will be at Saturday’s Homecoming game against The Towson Tigers. But it is all up to you, make it count.
Special thanks to our stand-in host Lauren Fetter, a.k.a. if it wasn’t for puppies life would be a continuous panic attack as our Executive Producer, WUSB Music Director Mike Gusev, our eager new engineer Dave Donovan, JD Allen for production and our guests: Basil John and Diane Caruso of the 2015 Homecoming Court.