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Someone left a pair of scissors on the field for today’s Virginia Tech-North Carolina game. Somehow, no one was hurt, but it wasn’t for a lack of trying.
When you cut to a crowd shot at a sporting event of any kind, you don’t know what kind of weird, unsettling, horrific, hilarious, or sensual thing you are about to be witness to. File this one from last night’s Bowling Green-Virginia Tech game under “sensual.”
For many Americans, mid-afternoon means it’s time for brunch. Virginia Tech linebacker Ronny Vandyke is one of those Americans. Watch as he generously orders pancakes for a couple of members of Pitt’s punt coverage team, springing Hokies return man Kyshoen Jarrett for the 95-yard dine-n-dash. [Via Big Lead Sports]
Tonight the Florida State men’s basketball team erased a 9-point deficit in the final minute-plus against Virginia Tech, thanks to a killer three-pointer made by Michael Snaer in the final seconds of the game. If you happened to wonder what that moment sounded like, while sitting among a group of high-pitched cheerleaders, well, wonder no more.
Unsurprisingly, few people found a Tweeted joke about a disfiguring childhood accident funny.
Down by one with a shade under 30 seconds left, Matt Ryan did what he has done several times in his career: engineer a dramatic last minute comeback to help the Atlanta Falcons to victory. Video of this – as well as other great Matty Ice moments – await inside.
Brent Musburger tells us that thanks to the late heroics of Kellen Moore, “Cinderella lives, ladies and gentlemen.” And with that, the great storyline of the 2010 season is underway.
In 2010, the ACC will offer one of the most inspiring stories of recent sports memory in a young linebacker named Mark Herzlich.
Just before the dawn of the 2008 college football season, the Southeastern Conference and ESPN agreed to a 15-year deal for the television rights for the conference’s biggest sports.