Well, unfortunately Penn St. came back from 2 games down to beat Tejas tonight... BUT we can take comfort in knowing that only two teams beat Texas all year - the national champions and us!
Hooker played *phenomenally*, but it just wasn't enough.
Man alive, I saw Texas was up 2-0 in the 3rd and thought they had it in the bag. Losing the match when you win the first two games is always demoralizing, but this particular loss must be soul-crushing to the Longhorns... Oh well. I would have liked our conference to win it, but at least it'll shut their big orange mouths for a little while.
True and Valiant
I also remember a game with Kansas when Cy (wore a huge suit then) went out to center field, squatted, and "pooped" a couple of chickens that had been dyed blue then chased them around.
Originally Posted by DJK15
God I hope so, even if it's not the right thing to do, KF needs to do it.
Victory before honor.
I'm tired of Texas winning everything I was glad Penn State won.
You make it sound as if PSU was the underdog with 102 straight match victories and 3 national titles!
My wife's family was gathered in suburban Chicago for an early XMas celebration and we flipped on the championship match. Of the 40+ people in attendence, at least 25 were watching by Game 5. In typical fashion, it broke down to Big XII versus Big Ten factions! Great Match...
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