Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Eddie Dzurilla of Bleacherreport recently posted this article on the worst losses since Gary Patterson took over the reins from Fran. I had a hard time reading this bc it brings back so many shitty memories, but I brought myself to and relived some of the most gut wrenching-belligerent days that I have had in the past decade. My vote for worst loss goes to the 2003 Southern Miss game. While the loss to the Donkeys this past season was a doozy, that game over in Hattiesburg will forever haunt my dreams. I can just remember sitting at Mama's pizza that day thinking we were about to pull off a huge comeback victory and make history as the first BCS buster. That victory would have been monumental for TCU in the national spotlight and TCU would be remembered, among many other great achievements, as the first team to go to a BCS game as a non-bcs conference member. Not only did that dream fade that evening in Hattiesburg, but now we have to live with the fact that one of our current conference foes gets to have the title as the first BCS buster. What a kick in the balls.
Posted by BuckNasty at Wednesday, May 19, 2010