1. The participation in this week’s “Gundyville” camp out was huge. Gundyville is a designated area on the North side of the stadium where students vie for the best spots in line at the first come, first served ticket gate. Even bigger was the line of students to get in the game. But the best part? No fights, no pushing, no shoving, and no hassles. The pre-game mass simply waited their turn and eventually all entered the stadium with time to spare before kick-off. Two thumbs up, students!
2. The OSU Defense played most likely their best game of the entire season. I was personally empowered just by being in the stands watching the defensive magic. A serious game-changing event pulled off by the defensive group happened when Jamie Blatnick scooped up a fumble and took it down to the one yard-line. The celebration in the stands lasted for several plays past that moment. (See highlights video, 1:24 time-stamp).
3. During the post-game radio show, Boone Pickens said two very cool, human and emotional things: Continue reading Favorite Images of Bedlam, 2011