"If you believe in yourself and have dedication and pride--and never quit--you'll be a winner. The price of victory is high, but so are the rewards." Coach Paul Bryant
Someone here locally made a good analysis that Te'o is a lot like Bosworth. Whole lot of hype little bit of substance, football wise.
I gained a lot of respect for him from that halftime interview, and how he and his players handled the after game interviews.
I think Teo was much worse than Geno. Teo just simply looked shocked.
Bama "Gino" the whole Notre Dame team, not just Te'o.
the former CrimsonBleedRed.
Is it just me, or did Teo look like someone who would be a safety on our team. I have no clue what his height/weight is, but he looked maybe 6'1 220 lbs. Pretty small for a middle linebacker by bama standards, or any college football teams standards for that matter. I havent watched any ND games prior to this one, but from the highlights I've seen I thought he would be bigger in stature than he looked last night.
"I don't know what class is but I can tell when one has it, you can tell from a mile away"
Rasuputin's response to my question "What benefit do tablets provide students?"
(In an old southern trailer park redneck beer in hand marlboro light in other and camoflauge cutoff shorts man's voice) If a tablet was good enough for Moses and the 10 Commandments then by god they are good enough for my children in school today!!!!!!!
Yes, yes we did.
I noticed the entire game he just looked bewildered. A couple of times, I could have sworn I saw him crying while on the field. It might have just been sweat though, but to me he looked visibly upset. I recall him chasing after Lacy several times and you could tell he was frustrated just by the way he was running.
Oh, I get it now. "Geno" actually refers to Gino Torretta, the QB in the 1992 championship game. I kept thinking, "What does Geno Smith have to go with the game?"