The MudTug is a 10 V 10 tug-of-war event so there’s five big mud pits dug behind Gracie’s and then ten teams on each side of that and they tug for about four hours and usually we have about 100 teams there so it’s pretty pretty big day, thousand participants. And all the money goes […]
>>Finally tonight our Bright Spot shines on some local college students getting down and dirty for charity. Last month, an annual game of tug-of-war held at RIT. Mud Tug is a bracket-style competition. All proceeds go to the Hillside Family of Agencies, sponsored by RIT’s Phi Kappa Psi fraternity and Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.
>>(ADAM CHODACK): Instead of hitting the books this morning, some local college students decided to hit the dirt instead. RIT students got dirty for the 17th annual Mud Tug. It’s a fundraiser for Hillside Family of Agencies. The losing team in each tug-of-war has to take a mud bath.>>(CHRIS STEWART): People love it. They look […]
[Music] I’m Megan Stone from Zeta Tau Alpha. And I’m Joshua James from Phi Kappa Psi. We’re here running Mud Tug this year. Mud Tug is… Mud Tug is a tug-of-war competition that happens over mud pits. It’s a philanthropy event that we do every year and this is the 22nd year that we’ve been […]
(ominous, heavy music) – [Voiceover] Are you ready? Okay, good afternoon ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to Brooklyn, Wisconsin. We’re about to start the competition here today, and anytime you guys are ready to pull, well you go ahead and pull and never mind me. – Steady! (ominous music) (grunting) – [Voiceover] Tighter! – [Voiceover] Tug-O-War […]