Not much to say here. It's a pretty awesome high to see Jerry Neuheisel win it for the Bruins with a beautiful deep ball over the secondary to Jordan Payton in the end zone in the dying minutes of the fourth quarter. It's a great moment for a great kid who bleeds Blue and Gold in more ways than you can count.
Sure, the fact that we had to rely on Neuheisel was not good - the fact that poor offensive line play and boneheaded penalties put Hundley in a position where he had to make something out of a third-and-long that should never have even happened if our offensive line knew where to line up (great work there "Coach" Klemm) and got injured as a result. Never mind that our defense played conservative all night and made Texas' back-up QB, making just his second college start, look like a solid QB. Never mind that Ulbrich couldn't figure out why Texas kept smoking Jalen Ortiz in the secondary. We'll break all the negatives down tomorrow - there were plenty, especially for a team with the championship aspirations that this team claims to have.
For now, let's just enjoy Jerry's huge moment. I'll leave it with what Meriones said in the second half thread:
NOT DEAD YET. NOT DONE YET.
Can't say much more than that.