Have you ever wondered about what kind of touchdown dance you would do if you could score a TD in a college foootball game? Well I know I have, and I’ve just decided that this would be the one I would do. The video comes from a man named Andrew Dudley, a 40-year old man from Britain who has crashed into many events in the past year hoping to spread awareness about deforestation. His target today was the Notre Dame-Navy football game held in Dublin, Ireland and “scoring a touchdown against KFC”, whom he has targeted frequently in the past. So Big Blue Nation, for the sake of this man’s cause, please stop cutting down trees that aren’t yours.
I hope you guys are enjoying the last day of Louisville’s undefeated season, I for one have eaten way too many hot dogs today, but it’s all in the name of college football, so I can’t complain. On to the brief notes of the day:
John Calipari was not lying when he said Kentucky would have one of the longest teams in the country once again, you can see the amount of weight that Wiltjer and Cauley-Stein have put on, and Nerlens is still Nerlens, which is a great thing.
Football. Football. Football. Football. Football. I love how much football there is on TV right now, I can’t stay on one channel, I want to watch all of it! The first “upset” of the day came by the hands of Ohio, who took down Penn State in Happy Valley today, 24-14 in the first game of the Bill O’Brien Era. Also, Florida is finding itself in a much tighter game with Bowling Green than it expected, only up 14-7 at the half after being outplayed for a lot of the first half. Ohio State romped Miami (OH) 56-10 in Urban Meyer’s first game as Buckeyes coach, and Sophomore QB Braxton Miller put his name into the early Heisman talk by passing for 205 yards and 2 TD’s and rushing for another 161 and a score as well. Best game of the day is still yet to come though, as #2 Alabama and #8 Michigan, the 2 winningest collegiate teams of all time, take the field at Cowboy’s Stadium at 8pm tonight.
Another person has come forward to shame the USC Basketball program. CBS Sports reported a “key figure in the investigation said he gave a little more than $3,700 cash to former Southern California basketball player Davon Jefferson while the one-and-done standout was still in school, according to the Los Angeles Times”. Davon was on the same 07-08 USC team as O.J. Mayo, who was also found out to have received cash payments as well. But in other news, John Calipari is “perceived” to be the dirtiest coach.
If any of you brave Cat fans plan on taking your tailgating to the Pizza Box or anywhere around it for the game tomorrow, shoot me an email at [email protected] I’ll be out and about, braving the weather with my fellow Big Blue faithful, and snapping pictures of the tailgate scene before the game. Let me know where you will be and there could be a chance for everyone to see your tailgate right here on KSR .