Found October 29, 2012 on The Money Shot:
Yeah, this wasn't our best effort Oh what a great day it was on Saturday in Oxford, OH.  Sure, it came at the expense of my LOCK OF THE CENTURY, but ending the slim BCS bowl dreams of your hated rival is more important than your wallet size.  I apologize for that and promise better advice in the future, but it is a very insincere apology.  The students rushed the field (poorly, but they still did) at the end of the game and I would like for Mr. Ape to weigh in on whether or not it was acceptable.  Here are the facts: *arch rival *arch rival was undefeated and ranked *arch rival has beaten you the last six times *game ended when Peter King's *****, Tyler Tettleton, took a dumb sack with no timeouts left even though the tying field goal was a lock *we beat a ranked team at home that came down to the last play I thought that it was fine and it showed that our students still care a bit.  I was screaming my head off when that clock hit zero.  That felt great.  Very few things ...
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