A little pre-Miami post

Over at NDNS I wrote a bit of a rebuttal to everyone in the sports media that has been talking about the pass interference call at the end of the 1st overtime in the 2003 Fiesta Bowl. The narrative that ESPN and their ilk have been pushing is that the Miami game is one of redemption for Canes players because of the “controversial” call. If nothing else, I hope the post can be a little red meat for people trying to get pumped for the game this weekend. Me, I’m going to be drinking Pepto-Bismol like it’s Natural Light and I’m 19 and poor again all week.

I am keeping the post at NDNS because I agreed to play nice and watch my language over here, and this is a topic that makes me furious. If you don’t mind a whole butt-load of F-bombs, or if you want to see how I write when I’m furious, clicky. If not, I won’t hold it against you. Much.


  1. We all know the outcome and it was right.The post just makes it that much better! GREAT stuff…I have already sent your link to a few Canes I know who still can’t swallow the fact that OSU won…and the call was right!

  2. Whatever the result this Saturday night, it will have nothing to do with the fact that Miami will never stop pissing and moaning about that call.

  3. Just checked the weather for the game…. rain and thunderstorms all day in Columbus with a gametime temp of 65 and cooling…. Built in excuse for Miami fans after they lose BADLY.

  4. I love those images you have, but my favorite has always been:

    (Accompanied with the applicable “Scoreboard”)

  5. Yay! I finally got a little hate mail on my site.

    It’s about time.

  6. Sorry I haven’t said it yet, BN, but I sure am glad you’re writing with us now. 🙂 Go get ’em!

  7. Ahh yes, the joy of having trolls on your site. It makes us stronger.


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