Bringing meaning and purpose to an otherwise uneventul Saturday morning…

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13 responses to “Bringing meaning and purpose to an otherwise uneventul Saturday morning…

  1. Puffdawg

    The Urban Meyerregion? Bush Push?

    Excuse me while I go vomit.


  2. I think I voted but I did not share either on social media. 2 great plays in UGA history.


  3. Scorpio Jones, III

    Wait a minute….by voting for “he’s running over people” I could eliminate Run Lindsay Run? Buncha danged Urban Meyer twangdoodles musta come up with this shit. Buncha danged liberal Yankees. I will display my Terrible Towel till hell freezes over.


  4. RUN LINDSEY!!!! Holy shit! I got chill bumps watching the 2 greatest plays in CFB history. Watched each one at least 5 times. Haven’t watched any of the others. Man, I’m in a good mood now. Thanks, Senator. Here’s to adding a third legendary play this year on the way to 15-0.


  5. Dawg19

    Wow, those are some great links!

    As much as we love “Run, Lindsay, Run” and Herschel’s first TD, I have to think that on the national stage, those plays will have a hard time beating out ‘The Play’ or Flutie’s miracle TD. The Kick Six will probably play well with the younger crowd, too. Something like this will depend heavily on the average age of the voters.

    If I had to bet money, I’d say that Flutie’s play will probably win. It happened on Thanksgiving against the defending national champions (Miami). A lot of people saw that play live and Flutie basically won the Heisman because of it.


  6. Debby Balcer

    Today they would have finalized us for excessive celebration after Lindsey Scott’s touchdown.


  7. Jack Klompus

    “Just driving and running with those big thighs…”


  8. Hobnail_Boot

    The most incredible CFB play I’ve ever seen with my own eyes was Tommie Frazier’s complete abuse of the UF defense in the ’95 Fiesta Bowl.


  9. David K

    Cal-Stanford kick return with the trombone player getting trampled has got to win.