...And then Tim Floyd cracked a smile and made jokes at Bob Stull's expense.
Yes, this story starts in the middle. That's because the first part you've heard, seen and read already. The part about UTEP's domination of their I-10 rivals from UTSA in an 81-62 win and the four-game win streak. The part about Tim Floyd celebrating his 400th career victory.
Vince Hunter scored eight of his 15 points during a 23-6 run late in the first half, propelling UTEP to an 81-62 rout of UTSA on Saturday afternoon at the Don Haskins Center. Coach Tim Floyd, who earned his 400th win, talked about Hunter's contributions and those of his teammates in the post-game press conference (at bottom).
So, what do quarterbacks talk about on the sidelines with their offensive linemen? You won't find out here, but you WILL laugh watching the Bad Lip Reading geniuses give us what they think is being said.
As you might expect, not everyone believes NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's idea to get rid of point-after kicks is as wonderful and thought-provoking as many believe it could be. With a "shocking" rebuttal, here's ESPN college football analyst, former Arkansas, Notre Dame and Arkansas head coach, Lou Holtz...if we can just keep the microphone dry.
It was a beautiful day for football but, sadly, Virginia Tech's game was like the winter weather they left -- cold and icy. Try as they might, the Hokies' offense could never get the traction it needed to support a solid defensive effort, while UCLA dominated the final three quarters for a 42-12 win in the 80th Hyundai Sun Bowl
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