Friday, October 10, 2008

I am not always the biggest fan of the four-letter network's Tim Smith, but today I am...
I still think I can hear A&M play-by-play announcer Dave South's call ringing in my ears from that play.
South's call--- "HE GOT A TOUCHDOWN. HE GOT A TOUCHDOWN. HE GOT A TOUCHDOWN. HE GOT A TOUCHDOWN" ---has got to be one of the best, maybe I'm bias.

In case you forgot what a champion in maroon looks like:

1 comment:

gloria said...

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