After top-ranked Duke lost to N.C. State on Saturday night, the N.C. State fans stormed the court. A guy in a wheelchair was one of the first people out there...but he wasn't the last! He promptly got swallowed up by the crowd behind him.
Is there any team in America that took a bigger nosedive than USC? From pre-season Number 1 to a 7-6 finish after getting bounced by Georgia Tech, 21-7, in the Hyundai Sun Bowl, the Trojans looked like they were sleepwalking. It sure didn't help that the team didn't seem very happy to be in El Paso. Either way, head coach Lane Kiffin had this message for the city of El Paso and USC fans.
At least there's one USC that finished its season on a high note -- the University of South Carolina, comeback winners over the Michigan Wolverines, 33-28. And the guy who started that move? Defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. Michigan had just been handed a first down they should not have had after a fake punt. Clowney took matters into his own hands with -- to me -- the hit of the year. If you can disagree, show me a link to one that's better.
The Cowboys' season is officially over, but that hasn't stopped owner Jerry Jones. He wants college football's new national championship game to be played at Cowboys Stadium. We head to Jerry's press conference to find out why...
It was a first, that’s for sure. After having to wait over 40 minutes for Utah at last year’s Sheriff’s Posse Dinner, Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson wasn’t about to accept another Pac-12 diss to start his second straight Hyundai Sun Bowl experience. So, after waiting 40 minutes for USC to show up for the annual kickoff feed and talent show, he put officials on notice — 10 more minutes and the Yellowjackets would say, “Adios!”
The 10 minutes came and went. And so did Georgia Tech.
My wife plays Fruit Ninja. My children plays Fruit Ninja. My three-year-old GRANDSON plays Fruit Ninja! They ALL...EVERY one of them...kick my butt in FRUIT NINJA! I identify with this guy...except for the part where he's really slicing the fruit!
Trans-Siberian Orchestra isn't making its traditional Holiday swing through El Paso or Las Cruces this season, but they've certainly made an impact here. However, the band's greatest impact in the Borderland may have come off-stage in 2008.
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