Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #27

After a week to collect our thoughts and finish up some work for classes, Mike & Ryan are back for the preview of the Outback Bowl on January 1st. The guys discuss numerous topics including Joe's change in attire/glasses, the problems that face the Nittany Lions when they match up with the Vols, as well as a perspective on the season after some time to reflect. Tune in for our last show before the New Year as we preview the bowl and also hear from die hard Volunteer fan Phil Emmert. We're also bringing back our prediction contest where you can win a Blue White Football Podcast T-Shirt by sending us your prediction for the Outback Bowl with the final score and whom you think will be the Penn State MVP. Send your predictions to before kickoff on the first to be eligible.

Note: As this show was recorded before two pieces of recent Penn State football news, we wanted to briefly note these two stories. As many of you may have heard Anthony Morelli, like many previous Penn State quarterbacks who have struggled at times, is receiving death threats from some misguided members of Nittany Nation. Clearly this sort of behavior is inexcusable and anyone who would threaten Morelli has loss touch with reality and has cast all Nittany Lion fans in a poor light. For more information on this story go to

The second note is in regards to senior defensive tackle Ed Johnson suspension from the team and its final game, the Outback Bowl. Clearly this is a big loss for Penn State, but rarely has there been a time at PSU where the punishment has not fit the crime. Penn State has not released any information as to what lead to this suspension but for more information head to

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #26

Tennessee it is! The Lions finally know their opponent for the January 1st Outback Bowl in Tampa, but there is still much to discuss before we can get down to Florida. Mike & Ryan discuss of the BCS Shenanigans, Joe's recent comments about being on the sideline for the bowl, plus our initial thoughts on the Volunteers. Josh Moyer of the Daily Collegian also joins the guys for a look back at this season and some thoughts on Morelli. Plus, Ryan unveils his thoughts on Galen Hall.

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #25

After a week to enjoy some Turkey dinner, Mike & Ryan are back for a recap of a victorious Senior Day. The guys discuss the final run out of the tunnel for Paul Posluszny as well as many other seniors and get into the improvements the Lions need to make heading into the January first bowl. We also announce the winner of the season prediction contest and look at all the award talk surrounding some Nittany Lions.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Blue White Podcast Brief

Unfortunately with this being Thanksgiving week, Mike & Ryan were not able to meet up to record this week's podcast due to travel plans. However, we have a brief edition of the podcast with some thoughts from Coaches and Players on this past weekend's win and a few comments about Saturday's Michigan v. Ohio State game. Join us next week for our full MSU/Senior Day recap and our thoughts on the Lions' upcoming bowl game. Plus we will reveal the winner of the regular season prediction contest. Have a great Thanksgiving.

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #24

The Nittany Lions finished off the lowly Owls in dominating fashion Saturday with 47-0 win and put themselves one victory away from a likely trip to Tampa for the Outback Bowl on January 1st. Head Coach Joe Paterno will return to Beaver Stadium Saturday to hopefully Coach Penn State to their eighth victory of the 2006 season. Mike & Ryan discuss Poz's award show tour, the battle of the two most hated PSU opponents, and the emotions that surround senior day for the players and the fans. Join the guys for the one year anniversary of the Blue White Football Podcast as they continue to rant & rave on the state of the Nittany Nation.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #23

It seemed as if nothing could go right for the Nittany Lions on Saturday in Madison as they lost not only the game but Head Coach Joe Paterno in a nasty sideline collision. Mike & Ryan discuss the struggles of the offense...again, the toughness of JoePa, Craig James' idiotic comments, as well as touch on a Temple team that will need a miracle to top the Lions this weekend. Plus the guys get into a debate about whether Anthony will ever be the QB that can lead a team to victory late in the game.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #22

A windy weekend of Penn State football puts the Lions back in the bowl picture for the second straight year with the win over Purdue. Mike & Ryan discuss the firing of John L. Smith, Austin Scott's new role, as well as the similarities between Bobby Bowden's situation and JoePa's just a few years ago. Join the guys for the breakdown of last week's win as well as a look forward to a tough game at Camp Randall in Wisconsin, also tune in for the answer and winner of last week's trivia question.

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #21

The Nittany Lions escaped with a close victory over the Fighting Illini Saturday, despite their "lousy" play. Defense and special teams accounted for 16 points while, Paul Posluszny and Jeremy Kapinos each earned Big Ten player of the week honors for their outstanding performances. Join Mike & Ryan for a new edition of the podcast and the return of trivia on this week's show.

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Morelli & Clark Cleared to Play!

Penn State Press Release:
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa., October 19, 2006 - Quarterbacks Anthony Morelli and Daryll Clark have been cleared by the Penn State medical staff to play in Saturday's Penn State-Illinois game. Kickoff for the 87th Homecoming game is at 12:00 p.m., with a crowd of 109,000-plus expected in sold out Beaver Stadium.

Morelli and Clark suffered mild concussions in last week's game with Michigan. They have been under observation and tested by the Penn State medical staff over the past five days. Coach Joe Paterno said earlier this week that neither practiced on Monday and they returned to limited practice on Tuesday. Morelli, a junior from Pittsburgh, has started the initial seven games this season.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #20

Saturday night's game wasn't quite what we all hoped it could be as the Nittany Lions fall to the Michigan Wolverines in Happy Valley and move their overall record to 4-3. Mike & Ryan discuss the concussions that are plaguing Penn State this week as well as what went wrong against another Top 5 opponent. Join the guys as they breakdown the Michigan game as well as preview the Homecoming game versus Illinois and give their revised thoughts on the Lions' final record.

Saturday, October 14, 2006

"Be Ready" Pump Up Video

On the eve of this year's biggest home game, we present this season's pump up video which debuted before the home opener versus Akron. Though not as good as some of the videos from last year, this will still get the blood flowing heading into the matchup with the "school that can't tell time" aka Michigan. I'm off to Paternoville, enjoy another game under the lights of Beaver Stadium! LET'S GO STATE!!!

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #19

A thrilling overtime victory sets the Nittany Lions up for a redemption game against the Michigan Wolverines under the lights of Beaver Stadium. Join Mike & Ryan as they recount their thoughts during the up and down win over the Gophers and as they discuss the injury Michigan's to Super Mario, as well as the frustrating rule changes at Paternoville. This week includes includes input from several Nittany Lions and Wolverines all building up to this week's season defining matchup.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #18

Another week of football passes by and another week of concerns for the Nittany Lions' quarterback Anthony Morelli. In this week's show Mike & Ryan talk about the positives for Anthony and the issues he needs to resolve heading into the heart of the Big Ten season. The guys also discuss Deon's big game, Jay Alford's dive and Joe's reaction, as well as previewing the matchup against Minnesota. They also look at how the injuries to Levi Brown, Robert Price, and Jim Shaw will affect this weekend's game and the rest of the season.

Saturday, September 30, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #17

After another tough loss for the Nittany Lions we're back to breakdown what Penn State needs to improve on and their chances to the run the table. The guys also look into the possibility of a quarterback controversy after another poor performance by Anthony Morelli and preview the Northwestern game. We apologize for the late post but enjoy the latest edition of the Blue White Football Podcast.

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

"One Hungry Pride" Video

This video premiered before the 2004 season and is easily one of the best pump up videos ever created for Penn State. Thanks to our very own Ryan Chadwick for finding the video that has also been known as the "Somewhere I Belong" video. We will have a new show posted tomorrow and enjoy the most sought after Penn State pump up video debuted here on the Blue White Football Podcast.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #16

It's time for the rematch of last year's 17-10 classic and once again the attention of College Football falls upon Penn State and Ohio State. Mike & Ryan reminisce about last season's historic game and talk about all the "opportunities" ahead of the Nittany Lions this Saturday. Tune in for input from JoePa, Poz, as well as Jim Tressel and Troy Smith. Plus our picks and keys to the Lions' bid for an upset of the #1 team in the country.

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #15

After a disheartening weekend Mike & Ryan are back with a newly found optimism for the rest of the Lions' 2006 campaign. Though mistakes plagued Penn State, the Nittany Lions were a few breaks away from the playing the game we all expected they could. In this edition we discuss what the Lions need to improve on and preview the weekend matchup against division 1AA squad Youngstown State. Tune in for thoughts from Joe as well as players on how the Lions can bounce back and what to expect from this weekend's opponent.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #14

After all the months of debating and predictions it is finally time for the Nittany Lions' historic matchup with Notre Dame. In this week's show Mike & Ryan discuss what they took away from the Akron win and where the Lion's need to improve heading into this weekend. The guys are also joined by a member of the Notre Dame student radio, WVFI, to get an outside perspective on the matchup. Be sure to tune in on Saturday at 3:30 ET by clicking the link on the right hand side of the page. GO STATE!

Friday, September 01, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #13

It's Finally Here, the 2006 Season begins tomorrow! And with all of the moving-in out of the way, Mike & Ryan are finally back for their season preview. Tune in for our breakdown of the Big Ten and Penn State season, as well as the opener against Akron. Plus, send in your predictions for Penn State's regular season record as well as the winner of the Lions' big three games (ND,OSU,MICH) to get a chance to win a Blue White Football Podcast T-shirt and other possible prizes. Be sure to send in your predictions to before the start of the Notre Dame game next week. Enjoy the Opener!

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Season Archive Finally Posted

With less than a week till Penn State opens the season against Akron, we have finally posted all of our old broadcasts from last season. Join Mike & Ryan as well as other Penn State students, as they provide play by play and color commentary for all of the Lions' 2005 games. Unfortunately due to technical difficulties we were not able to post the Purdue game and due to the lack of a broadcast spot, we were not able to post the Orange Bowl. Enjoy the archived games and check back for our big preview show in the next few days.

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #12

Fall is upon us and a new season of Penn State Football is just around the corner. Join Mike & Ryan for this edition of the Blue White Football podcast where we divulge what we learned from Penn State Media Day and from our summers away from Dear Old State. We'll be posting over the next couple of weeks and then once we're back in State College we will have our Season Preview and Big Ten Breakdown. September 2nd, is not as far away as it may feel!

Monday, August 14, 2006

No Archive of the Orange Bowl

The thrilling win over Florida State in the Orange Bowl was one that we could not add to our archive, as we were not able to get a broadcast spot for the finale of the Penn State season. The back and forth game ended late in the night as Kevin Kelly finally knocked in the game winning field goal to give the Lions the 26-23 victory and all Penn State fans bragging rights for the long off season.

Penn State vs. Michigan State 11/19/05

The final regular season game of the year, and what would turn out to be our final broadcast, saw the Nittany Lions traveling to East Lansing to face the Spartans with the Big Ten Title on the line. Not the best played game by Penn State, but a blocked punt by Donnie Johnson and three interceptions by Alan Zemaitis helped the Lions win 31-22 over a talented but undisciplined Michigan State team. Join Mike Wolf & Ryan Chadwick for the tenth and final installment of the Blue White Football Podcast archive.

Wisconsin vs. Penn State 11/5/2005

After technical difficulties during the Purdue game, we were back for the final home game of the season against an overrated Wisconsin team. The Lion's used senior day to show off their dominant defense as they shut down another Heisman candidate running back, holding the Badgers' Brian Calhoun to only 38 yards. Two touchdowns from Deon Butler and 151 rushing yards for Tony Hunt helped Penn State improve to 9-1 with only Michigan State standing between them the Big Ten Title. Join Ryan Chadwick & Chris Mueller for the ninth installment in the Blue White Football Podcast archive.

Purdue Technical Difficulties

Due to technical difficulties throughout the Purdue vs. Penn State game we are not able to offer an archived edition of the Lions 33-15 victory over the Boilermakers. The Lions rushed for 303 yards and controlled the ballgame at all times setting themselves up for a showdown with Wisconsin for Big Ten supremacy.

Penn State vs. Illinois 10/21/2005

After a difficult loss in the Big House a relaxing easygoing trip to the heart of Illinois was just what the Lions needed to get back to their winning ways. Records fell throughout the Penn State books as the Lions racked up 56 points in the first half and Michael Robinson accounted for 6 touchdowns tying a record set in 1917. Defeating the Illini 63-10 resulted in many of younger players getting time and could prove to be a more important game than we all first thought as numerous first time starters this fall saw extended playing time. Join Mike Wolf & Ryan Chadwick for numerous touchdown calls in this eighth installment in the Blue White Football Podcast archives.

Penn State vs. Michigan 10/14/2005

A day that will go down as one of the best in college football history, will be in all Penn State Fans' minds as a day better left unmentioned. Though easily one of the most difficult losses for the Nittany Nation to endure, the Michigan game in Ann Arbor was one of the best played games that the Big Ten has seen in years. After struggling to score in the first three quarters of play, both teams came out and played a gut-wrenching final 15 minutes. Penn State quickly turned a 10-3 deficit into an 18-10 advantage after an Mrob TD and Alan Zemaitis take away TD. Michigan answered right back and followed that up with a field goal forcing the Lions to make another late drive to the take lead. With 53 seconds Mrob dove into the end zone and gave PSU a 25-21 lead. Unfortunately favorable referees and a miraculous 2 seconds gave Michigan everything they needed to pull off a last second win 27-25. Join Mike Wolf & Ryan Chadwick as they live and die in this seventh installment in the Blue White Football Podcast archive.

Ohio State vs. Penn State 10/8/2005

Under the lights of Beaver Stadium the biggest game in recent Penn State history played out as every fan in blue and white could have hoped. A defensive struggle the entire way, the Lions took control of the game in the second quarter scoring on a Derrick Williams run and an interception by Calvin Lowry on the following OSU possession that would lead to a Michael Robinson touchdown. Troy Smith tried to lead the Buckeyes back but could not deal with the pressure from the Nittany Lions and fumbled with 1:21 left to play due to a sack by Tamba Hali. Join Mike Wolf & Joey Gulino for a classic Penn State victory in this sixth installment of the Blue White Football Podcast archive.

Minnesota vs. Penn State 10/1/2005

The battle of two undefeated conference foes earned much hype around college football until the Lion's led 20-0 in the second quarter and punished the Golden Gophers in numerous aspects of the game. The highly touted Minnesota rushing attack could only muster 113 yards while the Penn State ground game racked up 364 yards behind Tony Hunt's 114 yards and Michael Robinson's 112 yards. Derrick Williams showed off his athletic ability running in two touchdowns out of the backfield and helping the Lion's to a 44-14 victory and a 5-0 start to the season. Join Mike Wolf & Ryan Chadwick for this dominant Penn State victory in this fifth installment of the Blue White Football Podcast archive.

Penn State vs. Northwestern 9/24/2005

4th and 15, that basically sums it up...3-0 heading into the Big Ten season and the Lions opened up conference play at Ryan Field in Evanston, Illinois. Early struggles and four turnovers led to a 23-7 deficit for Penn State and forced Michael Robinson to lead a comeback that would go down as one of the most dynamic in Nittany Lion history. With the season on the line and Penn State trailing 27-29, Robinson completed a 20 yard pass to tight end Issac Smolko and kept hopes for a dream season alive. Derrick Williams caught his first touchdown pass for PSU on a 36 yard reception from Robinson with 51 seconds left to play sealing the 34-29 win and beginning the Lion's run to the conference title. Join Mike Wolf & Ryan Chadwick for an exhilarating contest in this fourth installment of the Blue White Football Podcast archives.

Central Michigan vs. Penn State 9/17/2005

Week 3 the Lion's offense was back at it, scoring 19 points in the second quarter behind Deon Butler's 2 touchdown receptions from Michael Robinson. MRob continued his strong play throwing for 274 yards and three touchdowns for the second consecutive game. The multi-threat quarterback had answered all of the questions of whether or not he had the ability, but it was still up in the air whether he could the lead the Lions in big games and key situations. Join Mike Wolf & Joey Gulino for this third installment in the Blue White Football Podcast archives.

Cincinnati vs. Penn State 9/10/2005

After a week to ponder an unimpressive offense in game one, Penn State fans were back in Beaver Stadium for the Lion's second straight Big East oppenent. The PSU defense forced four Bearcat turnovers and the offense showed the first signs of big play ability with two touchdowns on plays over 40 yards. Not only did Michael Robinson find freshman for big plays he also completed a TD to tight end Patrick Hall on a botched goaline play. Penn State would go on to lead 42-10 before Cincinnati scored twice in the final minute to end the Lions 12 game streak of not allowing more than 21 points. The Nittany Lions would move to 2-0 on the season with the 42-24 victory and would prepare for one last tune up before Big Ten play began. Tune in as Mike Wolf & Ryan Chadwick had the call in this second installment in the Blue White Football Podcast archives.

South Florida vs. Penn State 9/3/2005

With less than a week till the Lion's opener against Akron, it's finally time to post all of our broadcasts from last year's thrilling season. Naturally we begin with the September 3rd matchup against the South Florida Bulls in Beaver Stadium. Many questions faced the Nittany Lions heading into the week one game including the offensive line, quarterback, and young receivers. The Lions posted an early 17-0 advantage but let the Bulls back in it, only winning by ten points (23-13) in a game that many expected to be a blow out. Tune in to relive every moment as if it were once again the beginning of the incredible run that was the 2005 season. Join Mike Wolf & Ryan Chadwick for this first installment in the Blue White Football Podcast archives.

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Penn State Media Day

It's August 12th! Which means we're only 20 days away from the season opener for your defending Big Ten Champion Nittany Lions. It also means that it's PSU Media Day at University Park and we were there to get all of the insider information on JoePa's latest squad. Check back for interviews, pictures and a new SHOW in the next day or so!

Friday, April 28, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #11

The Spring Semester is Over! And Chadwick and I are back for the final show before the summer break. In this edition, we give our analysis of the Blue White game and what it all means for the season that lies ahead. We also discuss the draft possibilities for several of the former Nittany Lions and why Tamba Hali has been falling on many draft boards. Check back over the summer for more videos, archived game broadcasts, and shows when we can both meet up in State College.

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Blue White Game Video

In this edition of the Podcast we have a video from Saturday's Blue White Game. Coach Paterno and others give us an idea of what has come out of Spring Practice and what Penn State fans have to look forward to next fall. Enjoy this sideline view of the game and check back for a new show with Blue White analysis and the trivia winners in the next few days.

Joe Paterno Pre-Blue White Game Press Conference

(Large File) This is an Uncut version of JoePa's Press Conference from before the Blue White Game on Saturday. Coach Paterno talks about all of the news out of Spring Practice and even shares some of his unique analogies for the team. Keep an ear open for our very own Ryan Chadwick asking coach about the Return game later in the video

Sunday, April 23, 2006

The Blue White Game

This past Saturday ComRadio had the broadcast of the annual Blue White Game at Beaver Stadium and here is an archived version of Blue's 17-0 victory over White. First year quarterback Anthony Morelli shined even though he didn't score a touchdown and Jordan Norwood continues to surprise people with over 150 yards receiving. The rain was pelting the Nittany Lions all afternoon but 18,000 loyal fans still showed up for a look into the future of Penn State Football.

As The Blue White Game is a practice for the Nittany Lions, it is also a practice for ComRadio Broadcasters and features some more experienced announcers as well as some youngsters enjoying their first shot. Enjoy the archived version of the game and check back soon for plenty more from the Blue White Game in the coming days.

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #10

We're back for our Blue White Game Preview Show. We discuss all of the new faces likely to see time in the Blue White game as well as the status of some of the returning players for the Nittany Lions. Pat Tholey joins us from Blue White Illustrated Magazine to tell us what some of the biggest surprises have been this spring and what we can expect from Saturday's contest. This week also features a trivia question and the first listener to email us with the correct answer will win a Blue White Football Podcast T-Shirt.

Tune for the latest installment and don't forget to listen to the Blue White Game on ComRadio, Saturday April 22nd at 2 p.m. ET

Monday, March 27, 2006

Spring Practice Video!

Spring Practice has arrived and the Blue White Football Podcast was there to bring you all of the most up to date news about the Penn State Nittany Lions. Coach Paterno gives us his thoughts on some of the issues his squad is facing heading into spring and what he hopes to get out of the coming weeks before the Blue White game. We also had the chance to talk with several players after practice and got some interesting insight into what lies ahead for Penn State Football. Let us know what you think about this look into practice and check back for more updates soon.

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Halftime Interview with Tom Bradley

For this week we have an excerpt from the Penn State basketball team's NIT game against Rutgers on Tuesday night. Nittany Lions' Defensive Coordinator Tom Bradley sat down with us during halftime to talk about what Ed DeChellis has done to improve the basketball program and how that can help the football team. Coach Bradley also clues us into some of his plans for the upcoming spring practices/blue white game and gives us an update on Paul Posluszny.

Friday, March 03, 2006

Posluszny Hit

This week we have two of the biggest hits of the Penn State season, both coming against the Golden Gophers on October 1st. The second is Paul Posluszny flying through the air and knocking Minnesota tailback Gary Russell back from the goal line to keep him out of the end zone. In the coming weeks we will relive the season with all the archived broadcasts from ComRadio and other special features.

Mrob hit on Minnesota Safety

This week we have two of the biggest hits of the Penn State season, both coming against the Golden Gophers on October 1st. The first is Michael Robinson's lowered shoulder hit on Minnesota safety Brandon Owens, a hit that still makes anyone cringe even if you've seen it 25 times. In the coming weeks we will relive the season with all the archived broadcasts from ComRadio and other special features.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Locker Room Tour with Michael Robinson

Right before the Big Ten season began, MRob was kind enough to show us around the Penn State locker room and give us an idea of what the players are like off the field and the kind of facilities they get to use. Big thanks goes out to Andy Regal and CSTV for helping us get this all set up and check back for more updates soon.

Friday, February 10, 2006

Nittany Dynamite

This is a hilarious clip from the Wisconsin game that some of you may have already seen but is funny nonetheless. For those of you who haven't seen Napoleon Dynamite I reccomend you rent it and then you can truly appreciate the Nittany Lion's skills. We will be posting all the games from this season on the web soon, as well as more clips from the season so be sure to check back.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #9

In this edition we talk about the latest Signing Day news and get Head Coach Joe Paterno's input on the Nittany Lions newest squad members. Mike and Ryan are also joined by Pat Tholey for some perspective on this year's class as well as the latest news on some of the players who have yet to announce their decisions. The guys also take out some time to answer some of your emails about the dynasty in the making that is Penn State Football.

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #8

It's our Big Recruiting show with all of the most up to date commitment news and analysis of Penn State's Top 5 Class. Mike Wolf and Joey Gulino, substituting for Ryan Chadwick who was out with some personal business, take a look at the class and are joined by Blue White Illustrated recruiting reporter Pat Tholey. We discuss new additions, Pat Devlin, Antonio Logan-El, and Phillip Taylor as well as the 20 other guys who will make up the class of 2010.

Thursday, January 19, 2006

Big Ten Champs Video

This is a great highlight reel of all the plays that led Penn State to the Big Ten Title! This does not include clips from the Orange Bowl but it is still a great recap of this year's big moments. Our big recruiting show has been pushed back to next week with the hope that we will have some big news to report next Tuesday regarding a possible addition to this year's class. Enjoy the video and feel free to give us any feedback or ask any questions.

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Blue White Football Podcast #7

We're back for the breakdown of the Orange Bowl in this podcast. We take a look at some of the big moments in the game and we catch up with former Nittany Lion great Larry Johnson, who gives us his thoughts on the team and some of this year's stars. We also tell some of our stories from the trip to Miami with our special guest Mark Loucks, one of the many students whom drove to Miami for the gut-wrenching conclusion to this amazing Penn State season.

Friday, January 06, 2006

Orange Bowl Champs!

I took this picture right before Kevin Kelly knocked in the game winning field goal against Florida State. We'll have our breakdown of the Orange Bowl posted early next week once we get back to campus and finally recover from Miami.

Thursday, January 05, 2006

I Told You So Pump Up Video

This video was debuted before the Ohio State game and cannot be watched with out chills running down your spine. Not the best quality version of it but it still does the trick. What an amazing Orange Bowl, Check back next week for all of the insight from myself and Ryan, hopefully by then we will recover from the heart attacks the game gave us on Tuesday night.