Schuck on a Truck: QU baseball parents become family of their own

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QUINCY — The root of their lies in their success of their sons, but the parents of the Quincy University baseball players have formed a bond that is as tight as a baseball family gets.

The shared a house during the season-opening road trip to Florida. They tailgate together wherever the Hawks play. They text. They discuss lineups. They coach. They cheer. They support each other and everyone of their sons.

They even jumped in the bed of Muddy River Sports Editor Matt Schuckman’s pickup truck Friday. Some may even have taken a ride on the tailgate or climbed in the cab. Whatever happens, they do it together, do it with gusto and do it for the right reasons.

This group discussed their camaraderie and the joy of watching the Hawks chase postseason glory with Schuckman for the latest episode of “Schuck on a Truck,” brought to you by Area Distributors.

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