Here's Steve Calhoun, ensconced at Strawberry Canyon, watching the California-Nevada game in Berkeley, and his cell phone starts buzzing like Tommy Chong.
Dude, are you watching this Nebraska game?
Dude, he's 18-for-23.
Dude, he's thrown for 200 yards, and it's not even halftime yet.
"I know I felt like a proud papa," Calhoun says.
You would, too, if the "he" in question were Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez and you'd spent a chunk of your summer breaking down the kid's throwing motion, then building it back up again.
Camera 1 Camera 2 Camera 3 set your GPS
"Your back shoulder is Camera 1, your middle is Camera 2, and your right shoulder is Camera 3," says Martinez, who lit up Southern Mississippi Saturday with 354 yards and five passing touchdowns in a 49-20 Cornhuskers win. "And again, (you're) making sure your Camera 3 is all the way across. He just uses those terms."
And the GPS?
"And then, GPS (is) your left foot."
Gotcha. Point the foo...