The Boys On The Blue Field

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Boise State pulled it off. In OT, the little school that could knocked off big bad Oklahoma. Many people will come away with this story thinking that the most memorable part was that Boise State came away with an unblemished record and that they should have been given a shot at being a National Champion. To me the main story is the fact that after scoring the winning two point conversion, Ian Johnson asked his girlfriend and Bronco’s cheerleader, Chrissy Popadics, to marry him.

 Ian is one smart dude in realizing that the best time to bag a cheerleader for life is to ask her after beating some Oklahoma ass. Makes me want to head to Tulsa.

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4 Responses to “The Boys On The Blue Field”

  1. The mass of orange was insane around the city yesterday! But it was a cool game with some amazing plays.

    You had some great games in your area now if the Cardinals can get their shit together. They have some talent they just need someone to get it together and do something with it. – Pure Evyl

  2. good game and a better photo

    Amazing game but can you believe it? – Pure Evyl

  3. Oh, you don’t want me to start on the Cardinals…

    Go ahead and kick it off. I would luv to curse the Cowboys while you are at it. – Pure Evyl

  4. For some reason that reminded me of an old joke. I can’t help but posting it:

    An Alabama and an Auburn cheerleader where each late for breakfast at cheerleading camp so they had to eat cereal instead of a hot breakfast.

    The Alabama cheerleader fixed her bowl of Cheerios and went to sit at a nearby table.

    The Auburn cheerleader picked up the box and started to poor herself some, but suddenly stopped with a dumb look on her face.

    The Alabama cheerleader asked her what was wrong, to which the Auburn cheerleader replied, “Nothing. I’ve just never seen doughnut seeds before!”

    Can’t help but luv cheerleader jokes. – Pure Evyl

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