What’s Your Deal?: It was one of the best moments of the 2009-2010 college football season – Stanford blasted Pete Carroll and USC, 55-21 in Troy. The Cardinal scored 27 fourth quarter points – even trying a 2-point conversion with six minutes left – leaving Carroll was visibly angry on the sideline. When Carroll and Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh shook hands afterward, Carroll allegedly said, “What’s your deal? What’s your deal?” and Harbaugh responded, “What’s your deal?” And now, Stanford is offering a “What’s your deal” ticket plan where fans can attend the USC game and two other games. [Mercury News]
Stanford took a 16-13 lead over UCLA on a 10-yard touchdown catch by Nate Iese with 18 seconds remaining in regulation. Sportsbooks had the (…)
And who would be?
Brutal way to lose.
Getting it done on the field.
He just had to dance.
Gamut of emotions.
Many Michigan State fans wanted to disappear as the final seconds of the Spartans’ 30-6 home loss to Wisconsin ticked off the clock. (…)