Posted January 6th, 2006 by Brian
Filed under: Bowls, Football

The Texas Longhorns winning a national title was one of the best moments of my life, hearing and reading all the so-called “experts” who thought we’d lose by 20 eat crow is a pretty damn sweet as well. Here’s some of the best Rose Bowl and national title links from around the web from the last couple of days…

CNNSI… (surprisingly didn’t implode when best team ever lost)……

  • Young’s performance can’t be topped – “It was not one of the best performances in college football history. It was two of the best performances in college football history.”
  • Instant Analysis: Rose Bowl – “Vince Young is easily the greatest single player in the history of the Rose Bowl, and likely the owner of the greatest single-game performance in the 137-year history of Division I-A college football.”
  • Five thoughts on the Rose Bowl – Questions, answers, and opinions on the game as well as next season for both the Longhorns and Trojans.
  • Three Trojan blunders that led to defeat – Pressure, the big stage, and a great defense will force those kind of mistakes.

From the Blog-o-sphere…

  • Hyperbole Machine Broken by Vince Young. Call Repairman. – EDSBS discusses the greatness of the Vince Young, the greatness of the game itself, and the greatness of calling things “the greatest EVER!!!”
  • The Real Revolution – Will Vince’s size, mobility, and passing ability do what Mike Vick couldn’t? Change the quarterback position in the NFL.
  • Texas earns a national title – When are bloggers going to realize that teams have tried spying Vince and it just doesn’t freaking work.
  • In-Vince-able – How many times do you think that headline was used the day after the Rose Bowl?
  • Rose Bowl Bonanza – I missed Keith Jackson’s tears, hopefully it means it was the legend’s last game.

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