From Kayo and Bacchus and Kayo (yeah, in that order.)
Something must have come over him for the first 30 minutes, but he was back to his old self in the second half.
The Purdue coaching staff is made for people who aren’t cursed with self-awareness.
Wanting him on your team is easy. Deciding whether he should be the starter is the tricky part.
Even if he never starts, there’s always room for a guy who’s prepared, willing to compete for playing time, and ready when needed.
Tradition never graduates.
Apparently Clifford Jefferson doesn’t graduate, either. He just keeps changing numbers.
I’m not sure, but I think “to get boilered up” is slang for this:
Next thing you know it’ll be the title of a movie.
It’s almost as bad as when the Irish have third and short.
I’m fine before third and short, but I find myself involuntarily cursing like a Tourette’s patient before the inevitable fourth and short.
Watching Boob on the Deuce calling a Gophers’ rout just so you can get material for Weis Cracks? Talk about taking one for the team.
As the broadcast team is introduced before the ESPN2 game each week, I find myself feeling like Tessio… Bacchus, can you get me off the hook for old times’ sake?
I never thought leg-humping was all that vicious.
A judge says it is, and I have the restraining order to prove it.
Poor tackling is merely the flourish Irish defenders add to taking poor angles and letting blockers get into their bodies.
It’s the old nature vs. nurture question. Are they born with that kind of versatility or are they coached to it?
Ware’s acute perception of what constitutes a catchable pass explains the longevity of his NFL career.
1990s vintage NFL defensive backs say his passes were easy to catch.
When you’re 0-4 and playing Purdue, you get the broadcast crew you deserve.
You are what the quality of your broadcast crew says you are.
And if Bobby Bowden hadn’t already won his MNC, the AP would have awarded him one during his post game presser.
If he gets another lifetime achievement championship, maybe Bowden will take the hint and retire.
I thought he was referring to the motivational value of the Huskies’ nostalgic uniforms, which worked about as well for them as the green jerseys did for Ty’s Notre Dame team.
Jerseys may not be much of a motivational ploy, but what else can a coach who lacks acumen and charisma do?
Don’t underestimate Charlie’s farsighted genius. He was just setting up the defense for that fourth-and-one bomb to Tate.
It’s a vast right side of the line conspiracy.
The corrupt game-within-the-game that is college recruiting has actually got me rooting for this kid to fail.
Or be exposed, at least.
Never forget conventional wisdom’s foremost guiding principle: whatever can be said to portray Notre Dame in the worst possible light must be true.
Conventional wisdom’s favor tends to align with broadcast rights.
Nothing better demonstrates Joepa’s full recovery from last year’s knee injury than his dancing on his own grave.
He still needs a jolt through the electrodes to do it.
Yeah, but it was only one this time.
Meanwhile Thomas Bemenderfer’s proof of Fermat’s last theorem goes unmentioned.
Heisler knows about it, but he thinks everyone already understands that you can’t split a squared number into round whole.
No one gives up Beaver like OSU.
Err… She sure has a pretty smile.
Depending on the outcome of the Reggie Bush payola investigation, maybe we could retroactively join the Pac-10, too.
Let’s hope those 25 year old BYU guys are legitimate.
rt field goal… Hey! Something new!
In fairness, this is the first game that our offense has given the place kicking unit that opportunity.
It may be the last time Weis gives them that opportunity.
Me too—provided they earn their positions on the depth chart by winning heated competition against a host of highly touted younger recruits.
We’ll know the program is on the right track when there’s heated competition for all starting positions.
With USF and Kentucky in the top ten, and Cincinnati and Rutgers in the top 25, that place ain’t never gonna thaw out.
Luckily, Bo Schembechler packed his winter coat.