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Awesome. The media blew it again.

Posted by Will Franklin · 5 January 2006 12:57 AM


What an awesome game!

Congratulations, Longhorns!

Posted by: Ken McCracken at January 5, 2006 04:09 AM

It's not just the numbers! Although the numbers are amazing!... It was the way Vince Young played! Both teams were so good! It was the most exciting game I have seen in a while... I don't want Vince to leave until he has to... Unless of course he decides to come to Houston!...

Posted by: Zsa Zsa at January 5, 2006 06:26 AM

I daresay that was the single most impressive individual performance in any football game (pro or college) that I've ever seen.

I bleed Crimson and Cream, but I let out a "YES!!!" when VY walked into the end zone on that 4th and 5 play to give the Horns the lead and the win.

Now I don't have to worry about another team threatening Oklahoma's 47-game winning streak for a few more years. :o)

Posted by: Brandon at January 5, 2006 10:52 AM

the Heisman Trophy means virtually nothing.

I take that back, it means that you're gonna be a high draft pick who will probably never turn out to amount to anything. that is, if they get drafted at all. Vince'll have to console himself with being the #1 pick in the draft...

Posted by: MacStansbury at January 5, 2006 12:19 PM

The game came down to two fourth down plays in the final two minutes. USC could not convert 4th and two to win the game and run out the clock and Vince Young did.

I couldn't name two other guys on Texas's team besides Vince Young, but one player single handedly beat two Heisman Trophy winners and an entire team of first round draft picks.

Gotta echo Brandon's comments that this was the single best individual performance I have ever seen. Without Vince Young, Texas is a mediocre team, but he makes them beyond special. He made them champions last night. If he returns to school, I cannot even believe there will be a debate over the Heisman next year. Short of Texas losing multiple games, injuries, or Notre Dame bias, Young wrapped next year's trophy up.

Leinart threw a costly pick in the first half and Bush tried to pitch a ball that was retarded. Young was simply perfect and outplayed two Heisman Trophy winners simultaneously.

In short, I stand corrected and humbled by Will's awesome intellect. I have a hand print from where Will smacked me upside my head and corrected me.

Posted by: Justin B at January 5, 2006 12:20 PM

Once again the "hype" to "bang for your buck" ratio of the AP has been destroyed.

Posted by: Rob B. at January 6, 2006 11:31 AM

Will, you should have been there, the atmosphere was amazing. Awesome, awesome game.

Posted by: Ian at January 6, 2006 04:07 PM

One of the Greatest Bowls ever.

Posted by: Nightfly at January 6, 2006 05:34 PM