blank'/> Liberally Lean From The Land Of Dairy Queen: 43,000 . . .

11.24.2006

43,000 . . .

. . . was the announced attendance today at Texas Stadium for The Southlake Carroll Arian Nations vs. Euless Trinity Tongans. The Tongans should have won, but didn't. (And traffic was a mess since not all the regular entrances were open. The Euless Trinity band arrived at the end of the first quarter. The drill team for Southlake made it there at the start of the second.) My plan was to TIVO the A&M - Texas game and then go home and watch it without knowing the results. That plan didn't work. Something big happened in Austin and you couldn't walk 20 feet without someone talking about.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Trinity had three chances to make a first down in the 4th and run the clock out...totally screwed up their chances.

Anonymous said...

God bless Arian Nations.

Anonymous said...

6:59, do you mean "Aryan"...or is you just ignant.

Anonymous said...

You obviously weren't sitting in the Arian section.

Anonymous said...

I went to publik skoolz, I just ignant.

Anonymous said...

Southlake has an amazing program. They are 74-1 in the past 5 years. Good players, good coaches great program. Bet Henson could have won at least 10 games with these guys (in 5 years).

m&m said...

What was with Trinity's fake punt on their own 38 with 2 minutes to go in the game and a 5 point lead. Total craziness. Nobody in there right mind would do that. Punt it deep and hope your defense holds them.

Anonymous said...

Yes, and how bout those burnt orange TU primasdonnas. Poor ol spittin Mack. Not only was it a win for them good ol ags, but more importantly, it was another loss for the orange pricks.

xocheeta said...

Hey 7:15 anonymous, tell us what you really think of UT. "The eyes of Texas are upon you ....." I attended when Earl was King. UT has a great football program.

Anonymous said...

Gig'em Ags!!

Anonymous said...

Soutklake skinheads could be our future politicians ! better stay out of the tanning beds .

Anonymous said...

2:55, I attended UT when Earl was King too! Those were GREAT times weren't they? Were you at the tower when he won the Heisman? I was there... in my gown...along with everyone else in theirs! ahaaa! fun fun!