I didn't include this little highlight in the college football weekly review because I felt it deserved a post all its own. And let's just say that, no matter how boring the UT/UTEP game ended up being on Saturday night, at least one guy really seemed to get off on the action. Of course, that had nothing to do with the action on the field.
Somehow, I have the feeling that there's a director and producer and a couple of commentators at ESPN who are getting into a spot of trouble today. -- John Royal
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