Heard a bunch of dumb***es in the student section that were yelling to go for it on 4th and one at our own 48. Of course they did and didn't convert. Then heard a lot of complaints about it right after. Luckily for those fans, Baylor didn't score. They would have gotten an earful for pure ignorance. That was one of the few mistakes of the game for the clones.
Had a know it all right behind us tonight, kept telling his friends exactly what was happening before, during and after every play like they either had never seen a football game before or had recently suffered from serious brain trauma. So if you sat in Section 13 right behind me you sir are a gigantic nerd.
Were you in like the 4th or 5th row? Because at the K-state game i sat in section 13, row 6 and I had a kid JUST LIKE THIS in row 5!! very annoying. but he really didn't know what the f he was talking about anyways. which was actually worse.
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- Vince Lombardi
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On the TV broadcast, there seemed to be a lot of Baylor fans near the field mic who yelled 'Pass' or 'Run' depending on what play we were running. It would be nice if we could at least have a field mic on our fans during the game. Its bad enough when we have to listen to Baylor leaning television 'play by play' and 'color' commentators.
I was in the alumni band on Saturday, and I told people that I wanted an option on my TV for alternate commentary from the two drunks right behind us. I think the highlight of their non-stop chatter was their constant efforts to guess how many yards we got on every play and somehow always managing to be at least 5 yards off.
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