Recap week 8

 The losers shall be winners.

Yesterday saw the nation’s three longest losing streaks crumble, as Indiana State, Dartmouth and Northeastern all tasted from the victory cup.  Combined these squads had lost 63 in a row!!!

On the opposite side we have the miracle finish by the cardiac Iowa Hawkeyes as IU defeated Michigan State with no time left touchdown pass.  The Boys of the Corn now stand 8-0 for the first time in school history.  What in the name of Neil Kinnock is going on?  One thing is for certain, if this a “Field of Dreams,” Coach Kirk Ferentz and the Hawkeye faithful don’t want to wake up. 

Will the real number one please stand up?  Right now that honor belongs to the Horns of Texas.  In a Tuscaloosa two-step ending, Alabama barely survived when its All-America nose tackle Terrence (Mount) Cody blocked not one, but two field goals, to preserve a two point victory over Tennessee.  The latter occurring as time expired!!!!!!!!!  Florida once again struggled offensively, as the Gator’s All-World quarterback Tim Tebow threw a pair of pick-six interceptions.

We don’t need no stinking passes.  Navy defeated Wake Forest 13-10 in a driving rain storm without attempting a single pass.  Congrats to the Middies, who won its sixth game making them once again bowl eligible.

The “Stache” coach Dave Wannstedt has the Pitt Panthers 7-1, which is its best start since a guy named Marino was under center. 

As we have been saying it has been a bad run of grapes in Champaign, Illinois.  Coach Ron Zook’s Fighting Illini, has lost five straight and based on its remaining schedule, is staring at a 1-11 season.  Amazingly, Illinois Athletic Director Ron Guenther said the beleaguered coach will be back for the 2010 season.  Bet that will sell a lot of season tickets!!!  Yikes!!

Another coach who eschews the pass, former Navy coach Paul Johnson has his Yellow Jackets standing at 7-1, winners of five in a row.  Yesterday, the best football team in the Peach Tree State went in to Charlottesville and won for the first time since the Administration of George H.W. Bush – 1990.

Speaking of former Presidents – Iowa State went into Lincoln and defeated Nebraska 9-7, for its first visiting win over the “Big Red” since Jimmy Carter was seeing rabbits in 1977.  How bad is it in Nebraska – former coach Bill Callahan is beginning to look like a genius, as the Huskers had more turnovers eight; than points scored!!!  Double Yikes!!  Sleep well, Coach Bo Pellini.

Two coaches who should get thee to a “head-hunter” for employment:  Dan Hawkins at Colorado and Steve Kragthorpe of Louisville.  As they say at an SAT exam:  “Your time is up.” 

What is up with the college football analysts?  First, Bob Griese- the master of the obvious – who should have retired with John Madden says that Florida quarterback Tim Tebow – hurt himself in the Heisman Trophy race because he missed a game.  Well my friend, when Tebow suffered his concussion – it occurred in the fourth quarter against Kentucky.  The next week – Florida had a bye – and when they played the following week Tebow was not only cleared to play – he led Florida to its victory over LSU.  Tebow didn’t miss a thing!!  Then this genius follows that up with his taco comment over one of the nation’s best race car drivers Juan Pablo Montoya.  I hope an NFL team stays undefeated all the way through!!

 During the Georgia Tech game, the analyst, I didn’t get his name, but I believe he was a former QB at Virginia, questioned whether Tech Coach Paul Johnson on a fourth and three from his own ten yard line early in the second quarter was going to punt!!!  And they pay these people!!

The only explanation for Notre Dame continuing its miracle finishes and victories is that Touchdown Jesus wants Charlie Weis around for one more season.   

Duke is 4-3, and won consecutive ACC games for the first time since 1994!!  Good for Coach Dave Cutcliff and the Dukies.

Another reawakening is taking place in Philadelphia as the Temple Owls have won five in a row!!  Coach Al Golden is going places. 

Who says you can’t go home again.  Coach Bill Synder, who returned this season after retiring, has his beloved Wildcats 5-3, in first place in the Big 12 North. 

TCU in its blowout win over BYU left no doubt that `it belongs in the BCS bowl picture.

Congrats to Texas A&M.  After surrendering 62 last week, the Aggies go into Lubbock, and lay 52 on Texas Tech.  

How a bout some Heisman Love for Pitt quarterback Bill Stull – third on the nation in passing efficiency, 16 touchdown passes – 4 interceptions, 67% completion percentage, 7-1 Pitt Panthers.

 That’s it form cyber space.  We’ll be up and running with week 9 on Wednesday night.  Until then, Peace Out, and good luck finding your flu shot.  PK

The losers shall be winners. Yesterday saw the nation’s three longest losing streaks crumble, as Indiana State, Dartmouth and Northeastern all tasted from the victory cup. Combined these squads had lost 63 in a row!!! On the opposite side we have the miracle finish by the cardiac Iowa Hawkeyes as IU defeated Michigan State with no time left touchdown pass. The Boys of the Corn now stand 8-0 for the first time in school history. What in the name of Neil Kinnock is going on? One thing is for certain, if this a “Field of Dreams,” Coach Kirk Ferentz and the Hawkeye faithful don’t want to wake up. Will the real number one please stand up? Right now that honor belongs to the Horns of Texas. In a Tuscaloosa two-step ending, Alabama barely survived when its All-America nose tackle Terrence (Mount) Cody blocked not one, but two field goals, to preserve a two point victory over Tennessee. The latter occurring as time expired!!!!!!!!! Florida once again struggled offensively, as the Gator’s All-World quarterback Tim Tebow threw a pair of pick-six interceptions. We don’t need no stinking passes. Navy defeated Wake Forest 13-10 in a driving rain storm without attempting a single pass. Congrats to the Middies, who won its sixth game making them once again bowl eligible. The “Stache” coach Dave Wannstedt has the Pitt Panthers 7-1, which is its best start since a guy named Marino was under center. As we have been saying it has been a bad run of grapes in Champaign, Illinois. Coach Ron Zook’s Fighting Illini, has lost five straight and based on its remaining schedule, is staring at a 1-11 season. Amazingly, Illinois Athletic Director Ron Guenther said the beleaguered coach will be back for the 2010 season. Bet that will sell a lot of season tickets!!! Yikes!! Another coach who eschews the pass, former Navy coach Paul Johnson has his Yellow Jackets standing at 7-1, winners of five in a row. Yesterday, the best football team in the Peach Tree State went in to Charlottesville and won for the first time since the Administration of George H.W. Bush – 1990. Speaking of former Presidents – Iowa State went into Lincoln and defeated Nebraska 9-7, for its first visiting win over the “Big Red” since Jimmy Carter was seeing rabbits in 1977. How bad is it in Nebraska – former coach Bill Callahan is beginning to look like a genius, as the Huskers had more turnovers eight; than points scored!!! Double Yikes!! Sleep well, Coach Bo Pellini. Two coaches who should get thee to a “head-hunter” for employment: Dan Hawkins at Colorado and Steve Kragthorpe of Louisville. As they say at an SAT exam: “Your time is up.” What is up with the college football analysts? First, Bob Griese- the master of the obvious – who should have retired with John Madden says that Florida quarterback Tim Tebow – hurt himself in the Heisman Trophy race because he missed a game. Well my friend, when Tebow suffered his concussion – it occurred in the fourth quarter against Kentucky. The next week – Florida had a bye – and when they played the following week Tebow was not only cleared to play – he led Florida to its victory over LSU. Tebow didn’t miss a thing!! Then this genius follows that up with his taco comment over one of the nation’s best race car drivers Juan Pablo Montoya. I hope an NFL team stays undefeated all the way through!! During the Georgia Tech game, the analyst, I didn’t get his name, but I believe he was a former QB at Virginia, questioned whether Tech Coach Paul Johnson on a fourth and three from his own ten yard line early in the second quarter was going to punt!!! And they pay these people!! The only explanation for Notre Dame continuing its miracle finishes and victories is that Touchdown Jesus wants Charlie Weis around for one more season. Duke is 4-3, and won consecutive ACC games for the first time since 1994!! Good for Coach Dave Cutcliff and the Dukies. Another reawakening is taking place in Philadelphia as the Temple Owls have won five in a row!! Coach Al Golden is going places. Who says you can’t go home again. Coach Bill Synder, who returned this season after retiring, has his beloved Wildcats 5-3, in first place in the Big 12 North. TCU in its blowout win over BYU left no doubt that `it belongs in the BCS bowl picture. Congrats to Texas A&M. After surrendering 62 last week, the Aggies go into Lubbock, and lay 52 on Texas Tech. How a bout some Heisman Love for Pitt quarterback Bill Stull – third on the nation in paThe losers shall be winners. Yesterday saw the nation’s three longest losing streaks crumble, as Indiana State, Dartmouth and Northeastern all tasted from the victory cup. Combined these squads had lost 63 in a row!!! On the opposite side we have the miracle finish by the cardiac Iowa Hawkeyes as IU defeated Michigan State with no time left touchdown pass. The Boys of the Corn now stand 8-0 for the first time in school history. What in the name of Neil Kinnock is going on? One thing is for certain, if this a “Field of Dreams,” Coach Kirk Ferentz and the Hawkeye faithful don’t want to wake up. Will the real number one please stand up? Right now that honor belongs to the Horns of Texas. In a Tuscaloosa two-step ending, Alabama barely survived when its All-America nose tackle Terrence (Mount) Cody blocked not one, but two field goals, to preserve a two point victory over Tennessee. The latter occurring as time expired!!!!!!!!! Florida once again struggled offensively, as the Gator’s All-World quarterback Tim Tebow threw a pair of pick-six interceptions. We don’t need no stinking passes. Navy defeated Wake Forest 13-10 in a driving rain storm without attempting a single pass. Congrats to the Middies, who won its sixth game making them once again bowl eligible. The “Stache” coach Dave Wannstedt has the Pitt Panthers 7-1, which is its best start since a guy named Marino was under center. As we have been saying it has been a bad run of grapes in Champaign, Illinois. Coach Ron Zook’s Fighting Illini, has lost five straight and based on its remaining schedule, is staring at a 1-11 season. Amazingly, Illinois Athletic Director Ron Guenther said the beleaguered coach will be back for the 2010 season. Bet that will sell a lot of season tickets!!! Yikes!! Another coach who eschews the pass, former Navy coach Paul Johnson has his Yellow Jackets standing at 7-1, winners of five in a row. Yesterday, the best football team in the Peach Tree State went in to Charlottesville and won for the first time since the Administration of George H.W. Bush – 1990. Speaking of former Presidents – Iowa State went into Lincoln and defeated Nebraska 9-7, for its first visiting win over the “Big Red” since Jimmy Carter was seeing rabbits in 1977. How bad is it in Nebraska – former coach Bill Callahan is beginning to look like a genius, as the Huskers had more turnovers eight; than points scored!!! Double Yikes!! Sleep well, Coach Bo Pellini. Two coaches who should get thee to a “head-hunter” for employment: Dan Hawkins at Colorado and Steve Kragthorpe of Louisville. As they say at an SAT exam: “Your time is up.” What is up with the college football analysts? First, Bob Griese- the master of the obvious – who should have retired with John Madden says that Florida quarterback Tim Tebow – hurt himself in the Heisman Trophy race because he missed a game. Well my friend, when Tebow suffered his concussion – it occurred in the fourth quarter against Kentucky. The next week – Florida had a bye – and when they played the following week Tebow was not only cleared to play – he led Florida to its victory over LSU. Tebow didn’t miss a thing!! Then this genius follows that up with his taco comment over one of the nation’s best race car drivers Juan Pablo Montoya. I hope an NFL team stays undefeated all the way through!! During the Georgia Tech game, the analyst, I didn’t get his name, but I believe he was a former QB at Virginia, questioned whether Tech Coach Paul Johnson on a fourth and three from his own ten yard line early in the second quarter was going to punt!!! And they pay these people!! The only explanation for Notre Dame continuing its miracle finishes and victories is that Touchdown Jesus wants Charlie Weis around for one more season. Duke is 4-3, and won consecutive ACC games for the first time since 1994!! Good for Coach Dave Cutcliff and the Dukies. Another reawakening is taking place in Philadelphia as the Temple Owls have won five in a row!! Coach Al Golden is going places. Who says you can’t go home again. Coach Bill Synder, who returned this season after retiring, has his beloved Wildcats 5-3, in first place in the Big 12 North. TCU in its blowout win over BYU left no doubt that `it belongs in the BCS bowl picture. Congrats to Texas A&M. After surrendering 62 last week, the Aggies go into Lubbock, and lay 52 on Texas Tech. How a bout some Heisman Love for Pitt quarterback Bill Stull – third on the nation in passing efficiency, 16 touchdown passes – 4 interceptions, 67% completion percentage, 7-1 Pitt Panthers. That’s it form cyber space. We’ll be up and running with week 9 on Wednesday night. Until then, Peace Out, and good luck finding your flu shot. PK ssing efficiency, 16 touchdown passes – 4 interceptions, 67% completion percentage, 7-1 Pitt Panthers. That’s it form cyber space. We’ll be up and running with week 9 on Wednesday night. Until then, Peace Out, and good luck finding your flu shot. PK

 The losers shall be winners.

Yesterday saw the nation’s three longest losing streaks crumble, as Indiana State, Dartmouth and Northeastern all tasted from the victory cup.  Combined these squads had lost 63 in a row!!!

On the opposite side we have the miracle finish by the cardiac Iowa Hawkeyes as IU defeated Michigan State with no time left touchdown pass.  The Boys of the Corn now stand 8-0 for the first time in school history.  What in the name of Neil Kinnock is going on?  One thing is for certain, if this a “Field of Dreams,” Coach Kirk Ferentz and the Hawkeye faithful don’t want to wake up. 

Will the real number one please stand up?  Right now that honor belongs to the Horns of Texas.  In a Tuscaloosa two-step ending, Alabama barely survived when its All-America nose tackle Terrence (Mount) Cody blocked not one, but two field goals, to preserve a two point victory over Tennessee.  The latter occurring as time expired!!!!!!!!!  Florida once again struggled offensively, as the Gator’s All-World quarterback Tim Tebow threw a pair of pick-six interceptions.

We don’t need no stinking passes.  Navy defeated Wake Forest 13-10 in a driving rain storm without attempting a single pass.  Congrats to the Middies, who won its sixth game making them once again bowl eligible.

The “Stache” coach Dave Wannstedt has the Pitt Panthers 7-1, which is its best start since a guy named Marino was under center. 

As we have been saying it has been a bad run of grapes in Champaign, Illinois.  Coach Ron Zook’s Fighting Illini, has lost five straight and based on its remaining schedule, is staring at a 1-11 season.  Amazingly, Illinois Athletic Director Ron Guenther said the beleaguered coach will be back for the 2010 season.  Bet that will sell a lot of season tickets!!!  Yikes!!

Another coach who eschews the pass, former Navy coach Paul Johnson has his Yellow Jackets standing at 7-1, winners of five in a row.  Yesterday, the best football team in the Peach Tree State went in to Charlottesville and won for the first time since the Administration of George H.W. Bush – 1990.

Speaking of former Presidents – Iowa State went into Lincoln and defeated Nebraska 9-7, for its first visiting win over the “Big Red” since Jimmy Carter was seeing rabbits in 1977.  How bad is it in Nebraska – former coach Bill Callahan is beginning to look like a genius, as the Huskers had more turnovers eight; than points scored!!!  Double Yikes!!  Sleep well, Coach Bo Pellini.

Two coaches who should get thee to a “head-hunter” for employment:  Dan Hawkins at Colorado and Steve Kragthorpe of Louisville.  As they say at an SAT exam:  “Your time is up.” 

What is up with the college football analysts?  First, Bob Griese- the master of the obvious – who should have retired with John Madden says that Florida quarterback Tim Tebow – hurt himself in the Heisman Trophy race because he missed a game.  Well my friend, when Tebow suffered his concussion – it occurred in the fourth quarter against Kentucky.  The next week – Florida had a bye – and when they played the following week Tebow was not only cleared to play – he led Florida to its victory over LSU.  Tebow didn’t miss a thing!!  Then this genius follows that up with his taco comment over one of the nation’s best race car drivers Juan Pablo Montoya.  I hope an NFL team stays undefeated all the way through!!

 During the Georgia Tech game, the analyst, I didn’t get his name, but I believe he was a former QB at Virginia, questioned whether Tech Coach Paul Johnson on a fourth and three from his own ten yard line early in the second quarter was going to punt!!!  And they pay these people!!

The only explanation for Notre Dame continuing its miracle finishes and victories is that Touchdown Jesus wants Charlie Weis around for one more season.   

Duke is 4-3, and won consecutive ACC games for the first time since 1994!!  Good for Coach Dave Cutcliff and the Dukies.

Another reawakening is taking place in Philadelphia as the Temple Owls have won five in a row!!  Coach Al Golden is going places. 

Who says you can’t go home again.  Coach Bill Synder, who returned this season after retiring, has his beloved Wildcats 5-3, in first place in the Big 12 North. 

TCU in its blowout win over BYU left no doubt that `it belongs in the BCS bowl picture.

Congrats to Texas A&M.  After surrendering 62 last week, the Aggies go into Lubbock, and lay 52 on Texas Tech.  

How a bout some Heisman Love for Pitt quarterback Bill Stull – third on the nation in passing efficiency, 16 touchdown passes – 4 interceptions, 67% completion percentage, 7-1 Pitt Panthers.

 That’s it form cyber space.  We’ll be up and running with week 9 on Wednesday night.  Until then, Peace Out, and good luck finding your flu shot.  PK

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