There are innumerable ways to welcome the new head coach of your favorite football team, but Wisconsin Badgers fan Don Schuster has found by far the weirdest and coolest: constructing a corn maze.
Schuster, who owns Schuster’s Playtime Farm in Deerfield, Wisconsin, created an eight-acre corn maze in the likeness of Gary Anderson, the new head coach of the Wisconsin Badgers.
Anderson was flattered upon learning about the tribute:
I don’t know how you do that, but that’s pretty cool. Not that my face is on it. I love the motion W. But that is a pretty cool thing. It’s just one more situation where you understand the importance of Wisconsin athletics, Wisconsin football and everybody that’s around it. It’s very unique and genuine.
Lisa came into my office and the first thing she said was, ‘I thought I’d seen everything in Wisconsin, but now I’ve seen something I’ve never seen before,’ so away we go. It was interesting. It’s unbelievable how they can do that. (FoxSportsWisconsin.com)
According to Schuster, the maze will be open from late September through Halloween.