That stupid Gameday segment was such a load of crap. Complete trolling by espn to tick off our fans. And that Ohio traitor Nick Lachey that sang it with him should be banned from the state.
Yeah, I feel like there's enough with the 3rd down non-catch/holding call at the end of regulation and the fact that they couldn't put it in the endzone in 4 tries from the 2 to negate anything that they say. The debacle in the desert haunts my dreams to this day.
That's a good point. Both those guys were clutch down the stretch. If I had to choose out of those three of who I'm going to throw to with the game on the line, Ginn would probably be 3rd on my list. But if we're just trying to burn the D, then let Teddy fly down the sideline.
Yep, that's where I lost it.
I think another clutch play was JT's TD right before halftime against UM. Went in tied instead of down a score.
And he almost always signed after the games in the parking lot, as well. Got his signature quite a few times as a kid. Loved watching him play the game!
The road whites from the Sugar Bowl are probably my all time favorite jerseys. Loved them! Like has already been stated, they kept the classic, but updated it.
Yeah, I think it would take a lot for that to happen. Throttle Oregon, lose a close one to us, and have a couple of multiple loss conference champions. Just don't see it happening otherwise. That being said, I would pick them over anyone else on this list.
Definitely. Hard to win games when half the team is from Springfield.
By the end of the 2005 season, I would have taken us against anyone, even VY in a rematch. For whatever reason that year, it seemed like Tress forgot that he had Troy Smith and Co. for the first half of the season and did not playcall to their strengths. By the time November rolled around, though, he was using them to their maximum potential.
Man, Massey was something special to watch. I spent many hours being mesmerized by his trick-shot skills. Unbelievable talent, and a great showman for the crowd.
The Gameday Parody is the funniest article I think I have ever read anywhere. The fact that I didn't get yelled at at work for laughing so loudly still amazes me. However, my vote has to go to The Crying Man, based on these few sentences:
Like so many of us - me included - it was his father who introduced him to the cultural importance of fall Saturdays. You go down to campus and you get to be young again. Decades pass and your father still always sits right beside you, even when he isn't there.
That to me, sums up what football is all about. The people we share it with. That's what makes a place like 11W so special.
Ed Warriner. It all starts up front with the Slobs. We all saw what the line could have looked like last year (VT). That unit doesn't get us even sniffing a division title if they continue to play like that. By the end of the year, it was one of the best in the country.
The only episode I've ever seen was a couple in the swamp, surrounded by gators and water moccasins. Makes it kinda difficult to think about much else, I would think.
As soon as I saw it was Tyvis that picked it off, and then the hit that Cardale gave him on the sideline, I knew the commentaries would be great. This did not disappoint - pure gold!