Monday, January 5, 2009

Script Ohio

Just watched it on TV...gives me chills every time. Imagine how cool it would be to be the tuba guy!!! Come on Buckeyes, you've beaten Colt before, you can do it again (please, please, please).  Tug hasn't stopped pacing since 4:30.

GO BUCKS. 
O-H

9 people are laughing with me:

Shelly said...

"Outlook not so good"

The Wades said...

Great game, really sad results!

Regina said...

depressing. totally depressing.

Shelly said...

well, there's always next year...

Paul just glad it wasnt a blow-out! That last touchdown was like a pulling off a band-aid quickly...

it was quick and to the point [not so much painless for buck fans though]

Paula in MN said...

In the great words of Brenda Lee, "I'm sorry, so, so, sorry."

scmom (Barbara) said...

They played a good game, those Scarlet and Gray boys!

scmom (Barbara) said...

By the way... that "boy" who scored the winning touchdown for Texas -- 26 years old, married with two kids. Hardly in the same league with boys like Pryor.

Regina said...

yes, i was glad that we had a respectable showing~tug finds no such comfort.
that was a stupid defensive play...why would we blitz when all we have to do is stop them from getting a touchdown?? dumb dumb dumb.
it could be worse, i could live in MN where al franken is about to become a senator. keeping things in perspective
r

scmom (Barbara) said...

As I told Doug over and over last night (although he, like Tug, could not be consoled), "Tejas" is in a different league than the Big Ten. In fact, the entire country, except for some teams up north, are in a different league. They train differently, recruit differently. Heck, their little league football is like high school football in the north. You could take any great high school team in the north and they would be mediocre in the south. It's just a fact of life and unless the bowl system changes, we should get used to it. Buckeye fans are greedy though and they want a National Championship every year (you know they do!)

I like to think the boys had fun and the school made some money.