Been dreaming about Charlie again, Kayo?
Actually, the pugnacious Brian Poulian is my new man-hero.
To be fair, Smith’s offense crossed the 50 early in the 4th quarter. They were going the wrong direction on the way to 3rd and 42, but at least they crossed it.
Thank goodness Washington didn’t cross the Delaware that way or we’d all talk like Angel.
Any Zibby highlight reel should include both his punt return against MSU and his fumble return against OSU in the Fiesta Bowl. As with Rocket’s punt return against Colorado that was nullified by a phantom clip, it is important for future generations to know that Irish legends can only be stopped with an assist from the refs.
Listing the refs on the MSU depth chart was a bit much, don’t you think?
There’s a reason no one makes movies about Michigan football.
Have you forgotten about “The Big Chill”, that 1983 tale of a group of (I realize this is redundant) self-absorbed, Michigan alumni?
He may have been running toward to the light, but it appears that the light evicted him bodily—undoubtedly to darker realms.
Like the Gameday set?
In his intro, Davie made a big deal about how Spartan Stadium was “a different place to play at night.” In reality, any time a Davie-coached team played at night, it ended disastrously, prompting his motivational slogan, “No more Saturday nights.”
It was either that or “Mostly ball.”
You jest, but John Swofford, ACC commissioner, is going to propose precisely this realignment at the conference’s next directors meeting.
BC fans will proudly tout the extension of their bowl appearance streak if they make the state playoffs.
Indeed there was. As a follow-up question the reporter asked Stanton whether there was a time in the fourth quarter when he thought, “Terrail Lambert just jumped onto the Thorpe watch list.”
And Javon Ringer, John Masters, and Jesse Miller remain on the 50 yard line watch.
Give Bowden more credit. The only time he doesn’t know what’s going on around him is when his players are involved in a felony or a NCAA violation.
It’s like watching Jed Clampett turn into Mr. Magoo.
He’s on the verge of becoming Pontiac’s new spokesmen.
Would that get him in as much trouble as doing teasers for WSBT?
Especially when you consider that he splits time between those two and the company of Corso and Fowler.
I wonder if Herbstreit knows he’s in hell?
I think it was a bizarre attempt at performance art: stand around and do nothing for 15 minutes. A perfect metaphor for the Spartan offense in the final stanza.
Meanwhile, John L. Smith maintains that his boys were innocent victims during the sideline skirmish because we know his guys wouldn’t be spoiling for some thuggery.
You mean Eastern Washington and East Carolina aren’t in the Big East? What, exactly, are the criteria for belonging to that conference anyway?
I think the lofty standard is to not suck as badly as Temple.
I think that was a misquote. In the corrected transcript, Willingham said, “Today the soil is healthier though the greens keeper planted aggressively.” Chauncey sticks to what he knows best.
Is that why Chauncey refers to each game as a round of football?
Does Chuck “D-Cup” Amato count?
If he does, it will only be for another seven games.
I think we should emulate Weis here, and take the high road. He doesn’t schedule the pricks; he just makes them look bad by comparison.
You and I are going to take the high road? Maybe I wasn’t mistaken about that flying pig I saw this morning.