Found December 22, 2013 on FatManWriting:
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There are a number of things that have to stick out in the mind of Oklahoma Sooners Head Coach Bob Stoops, but if there is one that I'd think might stick out more than others it would be the 2007 Fiesta Bowl and that da*n gimmick play that Boise State ran on him for the win in overtime...stupid Statue of Liberty play...At least now he isn't the only coach to lose a bowl game because of a play that is most commonly used in Pee Wee games (because it looks so cute when little kids do it!).@SBNationGIF/TwitterIt had been all Washington State early on in the New Mexico Bowl, and for most of the game really. When the Cougars took a 35-13 lead towards the end of the first half I turned the channel. This sucker was boring! As I turned the channel it appeared Colorado State remembered how to play offense.By the end of the first half Colorado State closed the gap from 22 to 13, but with right around 10 minutes left in the  fourth they were down by 15. It wasn't looking good. They ...
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