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|11-30-2012, 10:18 AM||#1 (permalink)|
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Reflecting on the season...when were you most scared?
A few instances come to mind:
(1)When tommy came in at the end of the Purdue game
(2)Right before the MSU game
(4)The entire BYU Game
(5)Pitt about to kick a FG to win
(7)Pre 'ship (i.e. right now)
edit: (8) Pre-Oklahoma
For me, the top three are MSU, Pitt, and Stanford, in that order. Somehow, I believed that we would win Pitt.
I think this would be a cool poll, but i don't know how that's done
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|11-30-2012, 10:23 AM||#2 (permalink)|
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#5...I was sitting in the 5th row behind the Pitt bench, watching them already run onto the field in celebration...then in disbelief I noticed the kick missed. I was in shock.
|11-30-2012, 10:29 AM||#3 (permalink)|
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My wife and I are renovating an old Victorian home about 70 miles from our home. We were there working so I caught the first half before it was time to head home. I was listening on the radio and was sure we would lose. I had to stop at the rest area for a little relief when we were still down by two scores and Pitt had the ball. I couldn't have been in and out in more than a minute or two and we had scored! My hopes were way up. Then they went way down when Cierre fumbled. I was positive we would lose when Pitt lined up for the FG and then he misses and my hopes were way up again. Then we finally won.
That was the biggest emtional ride since the UCLA game where Samardzija weaved his way to the winning score.
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|11-30-2012, 10:31 AM||#4 (permalink)|
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5, the whole dang game was a nightmare, i thought we lost it numerous times. I was ready to go kick something if that field goal went through. Thankfully it didn't!
wasn't very comfortable during the byu game either, and the week leading up to the Oklahoma game was nerve wracking, i thought that was going to be the end of the undefeated streak. once again i was pleasantly surprised!
12-1, Great season! 13-0 Next year!
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|11-30-2012, 10:36 AM||#6 (permalink)|
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Pitt, Michigan, and Purdue were the only unpleasant games for me this season.
I thought we blew it at Pitt.
I was just waiting for DR to do something crazy.
I thought coach was ignoring my consistent advice and going back to Rees at the end of the Purdue game.
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|11-30-2012, 10:36 AM||#7 (permalink)|
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The Pitt game was insane. I was depressed almost all the way through until the very end. I thought it was over multiple times and was sure of it when they lined up for the last FG. After they missed that FG and we went on to win that game by some miracle, I haven't been nervous again this year. No way we should have won that game, but somehow we pulled it out. The way I see it, we are playing on borrowed time and going to the national championship! Everything from here is gravy. This has been an incredible season.
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