Dayton Basketball Team Flies to Tuscaloosa in Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Plane
You might see the Hillary Clinton campaign plane flying over Tuscaloosa on Tuesday, but the runner-up in last week's presidential election won't be anyone nearby.
The Dayton basketball team, which plays Alabama at 12:15 PM, flew down from Ohio in the Boeing 737-800. When they left the Dayton International Airport on Monday, the team took off in the white and blue plane that Clinton traveled on during her campaign.
According to the Dayton Daily News, the team uses a charter broker to arrange its planes for travel and this was the one that came available for the Flyers' trip to Tuscaloosa.
Alabama fans will hope it brings Dayton the same luck as it did Clinton in the election. The Crimson Tide is a one-point favorite in the midday game, which can be heard on 95.3 the Bear and be seen on ESPN.