NCAA 2010 for the PS3 is freakin awesome. Period. I'm playing on All-American at the moment. I started a dynasty and took the first game from VaTech 35-28. Justin Woodall picked off a pass and returned it 49 yards for a touchdown for the game-winning score with 1:49 left in the game. Marquis Johnson saved it with another pick with 29 seconds left on the Alabama 30. Diggit.
Not too much going on today either. I'm headed to Gulf Shores until Sunday, but if something pops up, I'll be back on a computer bloggin about it. Til then, we'll continue the countdown.
Alabama (9-0) ends a four-game Rose Bowl winning streak by falling to California (9-0-1) in a 13-0 display of Vic Botari's ball carrying strength. Botari scores both touchdowns and gains 137 yards in 34 carries. Frank Thomas' Alabama fumbles four times to ruin its chances when California recovers every miscue.
Texas A. & M. held Alabama to one first down Thursday, but the Crimson Tide rolled to four touchdowns, a field goal and a couple of extra points to win the sixth annual Cotton Bowl game, 29 to 21.
Thirty-eight thousand fans shivered in a bitterly cold north wind that swept downfield and numbed pass receivers' hands. Despite this unusual Cotton Bowl weather, very few fans left the stadium before game's end, attesting to the interesting play the athletes were putting out. Read more of the story by clicking on the link above - dallasnews.com.
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