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|11-30-2012, 10:44 AM||#9 (permalink)|
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Before the Pitt (missed) field goal for sure, having said that, for 30 years I have been a nervous wreck before every game, but this year I was strangely calm. Maybe its having a defense that can dominate, I don't know but it was different watching this year. Particularily before the Oklahoma game, a sort of quiet confindence that I have never experienced.
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|11-30-2012, 11:14 AM||#10 (permalink)|
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My TV is mounted above the fireplace...As they lined up to kick I was standing so close to the TV I could smell that...oh **** someone is sittng to close to the fire smell...it was me!
My daughter came in the room w/one of her friends...her friend says what the heck is wrong with your dad...all I heard was Shhhhh (raised 'em right so far) ...we all stood there watching...
when they missed...I kinda stumbled about three steps back into my recliner and exhaled...my daughter went back to talking normally...her friend says...is he always like that...my daughter's voice trailing away says...on the Good Days!
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|11-30-2012, 11:23 AM||#12 (permalink)|
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Although after the Purdue game, I thought we were headed for another 8 win season.
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|11-30-2012, 11:23 AM||#13 (permalink)|
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Funnily enough i didnt the best the night before the Navy game..too damn excited after the longest offseason in history it felt like!!
The Pitt game has to be the worst, then again most ND home games make me sick to death, i dont know what it is! I was never really nervous in any of the away games
|11-30-2012, 11:27 AM||#14 (permalink)|
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Definitely the Pitt game. That whole game I thought we were just destined to lose...that we could do nothing to win. Then that kick sailed wide right and I was like "okay not only are we not destined to lose there's literally nothing we can do to lose this game." And the whole weeks leading up to Oklahoma and USC were nerve racking for me.
“But when you smack a team so many times in the mouth, eventually they’re going to want to stop playing, and that’s what happened today.”-Cierre Wood
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