Wow... just... wow

Wow... just... wow

Post by Jon Ensli » Mon, 17 Oct 2005 21:33:25


Quote:

> It's 2:45 AM and I've just returned from the WVU - Louisville game in
> Morgantown.

> It was one of the most exciting comebacks ever in Mountaineer Field
> history, and I was there for the 1984 win over Doug Flutie's BC team when
> they led 20-0 at the half and the Mountaineers came back to win 21-20, and
> knocked BC out of FG range with a sack of Flutie.

> Tonight the Mountaineers were down 17-0 at the half, but started a second
> half comeback that went 17-7, 24-7, 24-14, 24-17 and then 24-24 at the end
> of regulation.

> The teams traded TDs three times in overtime.  But irony of ironies, the
> Mountaineers scored their 2-pt conversion in the 3rd OT with a pass, then
> tackled Louisville's Broehm as he tried to scramble for their conversion on
> the next series.

> The running team scored on a pass, and the passing team got stuffed on a
> run.

> I have no voice.  But I have many good photos.

> Alums are Gawds on Homecoming weekend, especially after a big win.  I now
> have a picture of my dorm room where I lived 30 years ago (and which is now
> occupied by three nice young ladies), and many pictures of various parties
> as my nephew and I walked downtown to where we were parked after the game.
> If I hadn't had to drive home tonight, I would have drunk free at every
> party I passed on the way downtown.

> I'll get 'em posted later.

> Party on.

> Go Mountaineers!!!

How are the couches???

Jon

 
 
 

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Post by Archie Leac » Mon, 17 Oct 2005 23:14:49

Quote:

>Alums are Gawds on Homecoming weekend, especially after a big win.

Not the case at Alma College, where for homecoming, alumni older than
25 are seen as "Eeeew, you're, like, old", excepting that said alumni
was a member of a greek letter organization, in which case the respect
level is slightly higher from one's own fraternity/sorority mates.

 
 
 

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Post by Steve Cutche » Mon, 17 Oct 2005 23:44:23


Quote:

> It's 2:45 AM and I've just returned from the WVU - Louisville game in
> Morgantown.

> It was one of the most exciting comebacks ever in Mountaineer Field
> history, and I was there for the 1984 win over Doug Flutie's BC team when
> they led 20-0 at the half and the Mountaineers came back to win 21-20, and
> knocked BC out of FG range with a sack of Flutie.

> Tonight the Mountaineers were down 17-0 at the half, but started a second
> half comeback that went 17-7, 24-7, 24-14, 24-17 and then 24-24 at the end
> of regulation.

> The teams traded TDs three times in overtime.  But irony of ironies, the
> Mountaineers scored their 2-pt conversion in the 3rd OT with a pass, then
> tackled Louisville's Broehm as he tried to scramble for their conversion on
> the next series.

> The running team scored on a pass, and the passing team got stuffed on a
> run.

> I have no voice.  But I have many good photos.

> Alums are Gawds on Homecoming weekend, especially after a big win.  I now
> have a picture of my dorm room where I lived 30 years ago (and which is now
> occupied by three nice young ladies), and many pictures of various parties
> as my nephew and I walked downtown to where we were parked after the game.  
> If I hadn't had to drive home tonight, I would have drunk free at every
> party I passed on the way downtown.

> I'll get 'em posted later.

You must be an Iowa State basketball coach...

 
 
 

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Post by Dave Christia » Mon, 17 Oct 2005 23:32:46

That reminded me of the Pitt comeback (19 points in 9+ minutes I
believe), but the other way around.

Amazing.



Quote:
> It's 2:45 AM and I've just returned from the WVU - Louisville game in
> Morgantown.

> It was one of the most exciting comebacks ever in Mountaineer Field
> history, and I was there for the 1984 win over Doug Flutie's BC team when
> they led 20-0 at the half and the Mountaineers came back to win 21-20, and
> knocked BC out of FG range with a sack of Flutie.

> Tonight the Mountaineers were down 17-0 at the half, but started a second
> half comeback that went 17-7, 24-7, 24-14, 24-17 and then 24-24 at the end
> of regulation.

> The teams traded TDs three times in overtime.  But irony of ironies, the
> Mountaineers scored their 2-pt conversion in the 3rd OT with a pass, then
> tackled Louisville's Broehm as he tried to scramble for their conversion on
> the next series.

> The running team scored on a pass, and the passing team got stuffed on a
> run.

> I have no voice.  But I have many good photos.

> Alums are Gawds on Homecoming weekend, especially after a big win.  I now
> have a picture of my dorm room where I lived 30 years ago (and which is now
> occupied by three nice young ladies), and many pictures of various parties
> as my nephew and I walked downtown to where we were parked after the game.  
> If I hadn't had to drive home tonight, I would have drunk free at every
> party I passed on the way downtown.

> I'll get 'em posted later.

> Party on.

> Go Mountaineers!!!

 
 
 

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Post by Zaphod Beeblebro » Tue, 18 Oct 2005 00:22:53

  <snip>

Quote:

> Alums are Gawds on Homecoming weekend, especially after a big win.  I now
> have a picture of my dorm room where I lived 30 years ago (and which is now
> occupied by three nice young ladies),

DYGA?

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I'm so cool you can keep a side of meat in me for months.

 
 
 

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Post by James Schrump » Tue, 18 Oct 2005 01:19:10


transmitting rage.

Quote:

>   <snip>

>> Alums are Gawds on Homecoming weekend, especially after a big win.  I
>> now have a picture of my dorm room where I lived 30 years ago (and
>> which is now occupied by three nice young ladies),

> DYGA?

Dewd.  I yam their daddy's age.  They thought it was "cute" a guy wanted to
see his old dorm room.  I think my nephew was impressed, though.

Here's the link:

http://www.hilltopper.net/albums/wvu_louisville_2005/dorm_room.jpg

I'll get some other pictures up later.

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Post by winnar » Tue, 18 Oct 2005 06:32:13


Quote:

> that's just like... your opinion man.


> >transmitting rage.


> >>   <snip>

> >>> Alums are Gawds on Homecoming weekend, especially after a big win.  I
> >>> now have a picture of my dorm room where I lived 30 years ago (and
> >>> which is now occupied by three nice young ladies),

> >> DYGA?

> >Dewd.  I yam their daddy's age.  They thought it was "cute" a guy wanted
to
> >see his old dorm room.  I think my nephew was impressed, though.

> >Here's the link:

> >http://www.hilltopper.net/albums/wvu_louisville_2005/dorm_room.jpg

> >I'll get some other pictures up later.

> Which one is K R Y S T A L ?????

 TMML.

winnard

 
 
 

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Post by Dave Christia » Tue, 18 Oct 2005 07:51:28



Quote:

> Dewd.  I yam their daddy's age.  They thought it was "cute" a guy wanted to
> see his old dorm room.  I think my nephew was impressed, though.

> Here's the link:

> http://SportToday.org/

I like this guy in the "*** Pitt" shirt.  Getting started early I see.
 
 
 

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Post by James Schrump » Tue, 18 Oct 2005 08:05:10


Quote:


>> Dewd.  I yam their daddy's age.  They thought it was "cute" a guy
>> wanted to see his old dorm room.  I think my nephew was impressed,
>> though.

>> Here's the link:

>> http://SportToday.org/

> I like this guy in the "*** Pitt" shirt.  Getting started early I
> see.

The students were very nice to this old alum.  Every place we took a photo
they offered us beer.

It doesn't get any better than that.

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