Also excited: Jesus
Florida beat Oklahoma 24-14 in the BCS Championship Game last night, cementing its status as the best non-undefeated team in the nation, which equates to a national championship this year. Sorry, Utah. Try not being in Utah, you’ll get some more respect.
Maybe I’m the only one who doesn’t care that the Sooners’ streak of 60-point games stopped, but I actually enjoyed seeing an evenly matched game with defensive stops and a couple turnovers (the Gators’ two goal-line stands were the difference in the game). The only problem I had with the game was the announcers, Thom Brennaman and Charles Davis. Here’s a sample of the commentary:
Brennaman: …and Tim Tebow is just putting this team on his back. What an amazing leader!
Davis: I’m even more impressed by the person he is, Thom.
Brennaman: And such a considerate lover.
I couldn’t stand it, and I like Tebow. I can’t imagine what it must have been like for Oklahoma fans. Their malformed, shrunken brains must have been so angry! More photos, links, video, and commentator screw-ups after the jump.
- Above is the video (from Awful Announcing) of the most egregious of Brennaman’s and Davis’s screw-ups: their inability to tell the difference between downs, for minutes on end during a goal-line stand, without anyone correcting them.
- FanIQ celebrates the Gators’ win with pictures of Florida’s other talent
- RealClearSports lists all the shitty puns across the various news services. “Chompions? Promote that editor!”
- And Every Day Should Be Saturday on the win:
Glory. It is fleeting. It dies almost as soon as it is born, and a moment’s thought can make it evaporate into the cold vapor of the existence. Thus, strike all thought: there are fireworks, and the air, and the irresistible urge to loll in the moment though you know there are flights to catch, work to do, and calls to make.
Forget them all. This is glory. Grab it while you may.
(Photo below left from EDSBS, other two are Getty Images)
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