Clark Hurst Encounters More Trouble, In Danger Of Coming Up Short

Clark Hurst Encounters More Trouble, In Danger Of Coming Up Short

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Clark Hurst Encounters More Trouble, In Danger Of Coming Up Short

Clark Hurst, the man traveling from Sanford Sanford Stadium to the Rose Bowl on his motor scooter, is determined to continue on the odyssey to Pasadena, California, even though he can’t catch a break.

On Saturday, we told you that Clark Hurst was going to try and conquer Emory Pass.

We have received the news that Hurst is in Deming, New Mexico. However, he will continue to drive further west Saturday night. Hurst told us that he has about 730 miles left to go until he arrives at the Rose Bowl. UGA Wire estimates that Hurst is about 2,011 miles away from Sanford Stadium.

Friday night, Hurst told us that he was going to try and make it to Las Cruces, New Mexico before he called it quits for the day. Unfortunately though, Hurst’s headlights went out and all of the stores were closed.

However, he still found a way to keep going. Saturday, one of his tires went flat. Hurst was able to find a new one in a New Mexico junkyard, though.

Now, Hurst is trying to make up his time, by driving at night.  He told us that if anything else goes wrong, he likely won’t make it to Pasadena in time for the game.

Clark Hurst is one dedicated fan who will have a heck of a story to share, whether or not he makes it to Pasadena in time.

We have updated the map of his odyssey here:

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