Tuesday, January 02, 2007


Hope you had the chance to watch Boise and Oklahoma last night (if not, it's gotta be on Classic today, not to mention bit torrent).

If someone asked us why college football is better than pro football, we'd show them three games - the Play, the Flutie Hail Mary, and last night's Fiesta Bowl. We'd then provide them with the complete NFL Films library and ask them to find something half as exciting.

The Zabransky pick; the reverse hook and ladder to tie it; and then the Statue of Liberty to win it in OT. But the best moment by far was RB Ian Johnson proposing to the head Boise cheerleader after the game with Fox cameras recording the moment. We love this game.


At 8:18 AM, Blogger Pete Morris said...

Absolutely amazing. Makes you wonder if Ohio State now needs to beat Florida with "style points" in order to hold on to the #1 AP ranking.

More than the BSU coaches' decisions, what amazes me is how perfectly executed all of those trick plays were at the end of the game--rather like the perfect, rugby-like execution Moen and Co. exhibited back in '82.

At 6:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That was too much excitement. I can't even bring myself to care about the NC game now. Good job Boise State, you are officially my second favorite. Go Broncos!

At 11:06 PM, Blogger border crosser said...

where is boise anyway?


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