He is one of the very few players in OU history to start every game of his true freshman season.He was a two-time All-Big 12 selection, and was recognized as a consensus first-team All-American in 2002 and a unanimous first-team All-American in 2003.While these women far from represent the average sista, the web does give them a voice for their demagoguery. You know, I really have to point this out because I got a good laugh out of it.I was lurking around Sarah’s blog and noticed her most recent picture of a celebrity black woman with her new white boyfriend.Maybe you can understand a coach losing heart in December -- but it's only the first week of the season! Many football pundits and bobbleheads noted Houston went for it on fourth-and-1 from midfield on its opening drive, failed to convert, and proceeded to lose to Pittsburgh. But considering the Steelers led 35-3 by the end of the third quarter, I am thinking the first Texans drive was not the key to that particular game.This was presented as proof coaches should ignore chants of "Go! I am thinking Pittsburgh personnel versus Houston personnel was the key to that particular game.
You're down by two scores against the defending champions, you cannot seriously be punting from midfield! Now trailing 16-7 with 10 minutes remaining, the Skins faced fourth-and-6 on their own 26.
The Chiefs lost by seven points.• After failing on fourth-and-1 early, Houston kicked a field goal when trailing 21-0, then punted from midfield on fourth-and-7 when trailing 35-3.• Trailing Philadelphia 38-0, St.
BEST OF THE RESTNot everyone is on Sandra Bullock's side.
Rookie head coach Jim "Dan Snyder Hasn't Fired Me Quite Just Yet" Zorn sends in the punt unit, and TMQ wrote the words "game over" in his notebook.
Gregg Easterbrook on • Stats of the week • Cheerleader of the week • Sweet and sour plays of the week • "The Fly" opera-style • "Iron Man" movie-style • The horsepower problem • Christmas creep • The worst crowd response • Revenge of the cupcakes • Obscure college score of week • Facing the other Super Bowl team, New England, Kansas City punted on fourth-and-1 on consecutive possessions.