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Martinez also announced a new campus tradition Wednesday: ringing a cowbell on the first and last day of school.
Audience members waved towels and shook cowbells to signal their agreement.
Today, many youth teams consume time and money in a way that opens sports parents up to the criticism of many, or at least anyone who is not freezing on the sidelines in February or ringing a monogrammed cowbell in an auditorium.
McDermott shouts, ringing his cowbell just below the summit of the Government Springs Road climb just outside of Montrose.
About 85 miles from Starkville, in cowbell country, Byrne had no choice but to become fully indoctrinated in a sport that presents a unique set of challenges for coaches and administrators.
While the song itself may not be one of Arjona's chart-toppers, its poignant and defying lyrics (and growling, Stones-y guitar-and-cowbell groove) make the thought-provoking song a perfect anthem for confident and independent women.
Sutherland remade the rustic wood building into a chalet, with skis laid across rafters overhead, and cowbells and cuckoo clocks adorning the walls.
Here's some other observations from Thursday's contest: Early lead for the Bulldogs The cowbells were ringing early at Mississippi State and the Bulldogs got things going with a leadoff home run from Ryan Gridley.
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: a bell that you hang around the neck of a cow so that you can tell where the cow is
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