Jan 13, 2009
Trinity Millsaps Football ("now with 40% more 'holy crap'")
Many of you have already seen this fantastic final play in the October 2007 Trinity vs. Millsaps football game. What's new is that someone recently released video taken from the end zone.
In Trinity's Lateralpalooza rocks Division III and beyond, ESPN's Pat Forde covers the play and includes the original video. In Student Announcer Ensures Laterals Are Heard Round the World, the New York Times' Joe Lapointe has a very nice interview with the Trinity announcer, Jonny Wiener, who hadn't planned to be at the Millsaps-hosted game but managed to stop by on his way back from a student-journalism conference in DC. Appropriately, William Faulker also gets a quote.
In Australia we called this sport "rugby".
Posted by: Tarus | Jan 13, 2009 10:11:48 PM
Regarding the TypePad interface, is it like Wordpress where, if you have the free deal, you have to accept a "common" template shared with others, and you can't customize it? If so then that is, like, so un-Google, man.
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