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UCONN To Host “An Evening With Gronk”
- Updated: February 9, 2013
Want to ask Rob Gronkowski your most burning questions? Head to the University of Connecticut in a few weeks, and perhaps he’ll answer one for you…or maybe he’ll show you what “An Evening with Gronk” is really like…
The New England Patriots tight end will be on the University of Connecticut campus at the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts on February 28th for ”An evening with GRONK,” where according to UCONN’s website, “the program will be presented in an intimate moderated interview format; Gronk will be sharing some of his most intriguing stories and facts about his life inside and out of the National Football League.”
Gronk certainly has an interesting life. First, he concocted drama when he was seen body-slamming different guys on a stage in Vegas–with his forearm still in a cast; and on Thursday, Sex.com offered Gronkowski $3.75 million (his base salary) to star in a scene of a porn film with Bibi Jones, who he stirred up controversy with when she posed in his jersey with him, and then posted the pictures to Twitter, a few years ago.
This won’t be the first time Gronk has done one of these Q&A sessions with students. Last year, he visited the University of Rhode Island for a similar event, and things got interesting very quickly.
I mean, don’t we all have questions for Gronk? Submit your best ones, and we’ll try to get a word with Gronk at the event to get them answered!
Tickets are available through UCONN’s website. They are $10 for UCONN students, and $15 for the general public.