Found January 16, 2012 on
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Let's be honest, there have been times that many sports fans had fallen in love with sideline reporters and studio hosts but never got a chance to profess that love.
However, one fan recently got his shot to let the apple of his eye knows how he felt.
During a recent Chicago Blackhawks game, a Blackhawks fan by the name of Greg decided to profess his love for sideline ice reporter, Sarah Kustok but he might have done it one of the most awkward ways possible:
(Courtesy of Sportress of Blogitude)
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