I like that picture of Bernstine (aka Morris) trying to stand in between the on coming cyclone horde and the trophy. Who exactly did he think he was going to stop. Well I guess you can't see his left hand - maybe he is holding a baseball bat or lead pipe.
i was just talking to a buddy about this pic. he said he heard that bernstine and sandvig about got into it and another hawkeye had to pull jordie out of there before he got his butt whooped. "Who exactly did he think he was going to stop." my thoughts exactly. it wouldve been nice to be inside his head later that day.
Not that I am even remotely trying to see Bernstines side, but does anyone here think there is a chance that Mr. Morris forgets about the trophy and just notices Sandvig running towards him, since they had issues going back to HS days? Just seeing the footage, the first thing I thought is he had no clue they were coming over to grab the trophy and he was about to get two sets of shoulder blades cause ISU was coming over to kick his *** up that far??????
I sat on the NW hillside. At the end of the game, I ran down to the fence and snapped a couple of shots of the Hawkeyes as they left the field, heads hung low, with the scoreboard in the background. Unfortunately, I was using my phone camera and the resolution was too poor to read the scoreboard. Would have been a great shot. Even had time to get a second shot with the digital zoom set to 6x, but then the scoreboard was pixilated.
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