1998 Kansas State
Dave South: With no tight end, Jay Holder’s exposed here on
this right side, put a man in motion. Now they snap it, going to
throw here to Parker. At the 20, at the 15, at the 10, at the 5.
He is almost–He got a touchdown! He got a touchdown! He got a
touchdown! He got a touchdown! He got it in! He got it in! He got
it in! Oh, Doctor!
Dave South: Applewhite has the ball, steps up, throws,
caught, first down across midfield. Two wides each side. And
they're coming up the middle. (FUMBLE!) He's been stripped of the
ball! Who got it?
Think Texas got it back. Texas may have gotten it back. Applewhite
was stripped of the ball across the 50 back at the Texas 47. They
stopped the clock. 23 seconds to go, 23 seconds to go. And
still–Aggies got the ball! Aggies got the ball! 23 seconds to go
and A&M got it!!
I don't know who got the fumble recovery. We'll check it on the
replay. But the Aggies have the football! 23 seconds left in the
ball game and they lead it 20 to 16. Two running back–
2000 Oklahoma #1
Dave South: Coming back to the field, after coming to the
sideline while they measured. 13:50 remaining of the game, your
Aggies are up 24-21. They have it on fourth down and a length of a
football at the OU 20, just across the 27-yard line. The line of
scrimmage, come the Aggies.
Dave Elmendorf: Got your big backs in there. Stacy Jones
backed up by Ja'Mar Toombs at tailback.
Dave South: See what happens.Got two tights and a wide over
to the left side. Hand off will go to Toombs and he's got a first
down and he's breaking a tackle. He's inside the 10, he's inside
the 5. He's fighting for the end zone. He's scored a touchdown!
He's scored a touchdown!
Dave Elmendorf: Ja'Mar Toombs just would not be stopped. He
goes 27 yards for the touchdown. Once he broke the plane, he just
would not be stopped. They kept adding on Oklahoma tacklers and he
just would not go down. We'll have flags all over the place for
celebration, but the Aggies don't care at this point. They've
taken the lead 30 to 21 on an amazing 27-yard touchdown run by
2010 Oklahoma #2
Dave South: Ten on the huddle clock. Handoff. Demarco
Murray. He didn't get it! He did not get it! Von Miller just met
him at the one-yard line, that was 4th and goal at the one, the
Aggies just stopped him at the one!
Dave South: You know what, I think they moved.
Dave Elmendorf: Oh, that's a first down, Dave!
Dave South: That's offsides!
Dave Elmendorf: That's a first down!
Dave South: That's offsides against Alabama! They moved,
A&M caught ‘em and a first down for Texas A&M. We're gonna have to
snap it one time and it's over with. We'll snap it once, and it'll
be over with. There's the snap, and the Ags have beaten No. 1
Alabama. They can't stop it, and now the last 33 seconds of this
clock will tick off… what are they saying?
Dave Elmendorf: Well, our coaches are telling ‘em to go
snap it again, get back behind the sidelines and then go snap it
again. But I don't think we have to. I think we're just not
Dave South: Well, I, you know, I don't think we have to
snap it either. Manzel standing back there holding the ball by the
referee. A&M did it! They just did it. You can look at the Aggie
faithful over there, that far side of the field and that Aggie
band. Lightning in a bottle in Tuscaloosa. It was 10 years ago,
last night with Kevin Sumlin as the offensive coordinator for