by Travis Normand
May perhaps 8, 2020
If you never listen to the “Strong Verbal,” you truly must. It is almost certainly the greatest college football podcast out there. It commenced again in 2008 and I have by no means skipped an episode.
In the course of this COVID-19 pandemic, the hosts of the Solid Verbal show (Ty and Dan) have been revisiting great online games from the new past. I am a minor driving on the present suitable now, but so far they have protected the 2005 “Bush Push” activity concerning Notre Dame and USC, and I am at present listening to them focus on the 2007 Fiesta Bowl between Oklahoma and Boise Point out.
While I encourage you to listen to their the latest episode about the 2007 Fiesta Bowl, I just cannot help but post about it myself.
I recall the 2007 Fiesta Bowl quite properly, as it was one of the most enjoyable games I had ever observed (at the time). In truth, for the duration of the 2006 time, I was co-web hosting a podcast for TexAgs.com titled the “Fan Present.” My co-hosts (Brandon and Hunter) and I have been recording an episode of the “Fan Show” around bowl period, and in direction of the finish of the demonstrate we ran through all the bowl games and gave a rapid-choose of who we considered would win.
I bear in mind Hunter was top that section and he skipped above the Fiesta Bowl. I named him out for skipping it, and he asked me if we seriously required to focus on it. I replied that we did mainly because “I am selecting Boise Point out to gain that 1 out-appropriate!” He scoffed at the idea, and like generally, we experienced some helpful back-and-forth about it. Nonetheless, a number of nights afterwards, when Boise Condition pulled the upset above Oklahoma, I felt very superior about my upset select!
I have the audio from that demonstrate saved on a tricky drive somewhere, and if I ever discover it, I will publish it in this article.
In any celebration, right here is the sport in its entirety (hosted on YouTube.com):
If you really don’t have time for the total video game, here are some highlights from the activity: