Pam Ward must be feeling somewhat left out this week. With Craig James dominating the AA landscape for college football, the advent of the Dickies, and Tim McCarver's spelling escapades, the AA stalwart has been strangely quiet in the last month. Perhaps she's been too busy working for Occupy Herbstreit. I was really hoping her and Dan Hawkins would be having big seasons in the Pammies so the PamHawk nickname would take off. Alas, I can only do so much. This may be the week she finally restarts her Pammies campaign and puts it into high gear. PamHawk and Cowboy James both venture to ACC country today, so there should be plenty of chances for great Pammy quotes.Week 7 winners and updated standings
Wendi Nix: "I hear Doctor Lou will be in the house at halftime."
Lou Holtz: "Yeah, well no. Not in the house. He'll be here."
"I don't care if it is at 2:30 or 3:30 in the afternoon, Eastern Time" - Randy Cross talking about LSU's Death Valley, in Central Time. (via sctvman)
"LSU's defense will dish out physicalness on Auburn." - Mark May (via bjo109)
"And Louisville with a complete FAIL there on the extra point attempt." - Dave Lamont (via rob_laser)
"They don't have the nicest facilities in CFB, but they don't have the worst in CFB." - Jesse Palmer (via mvanheiden)
"And now Rutgers has 3rd and a few inches and yards." - David Diaz Infante (via bjo109)
"Over 58,000 acres of empty country, you say?" - Craig James (via edsbs) for no reason, when Rece Davis describes an AZ park.
Last night, missed this: John Thornton during half of NSU-West Virginia: "Norfolk State has come out and shot all of their bullets." I kid you not.
"He kicks left-footed, even though he throws right-footed". Sean McDonough, referring to a South Carlina lineman, South Carolina vs. Georgia
Musburger called a first down that was clearly not a first down on ND's last drive, then said Michigan won the game after their TD, despite there being over a minute left. Stay hot, Brent.
I swear I heard Charles Davis mention Jim Nantz as one of the famous former Syracuse football players during the Nevada-Oregon game along with guys like Jim Brown and Larry Csonka. Sadly, I don't have the quote to prove it.
"So Michigan will attempt to score when you come back for the money quarter. Denard Robinson...time to take it in again." - Brent at the end of 3rd
from @mengus22 Pam Ward asked Dan Hawkins earlier if he thought Andrew Luck was "good looking as a quarterback or a human."
"I gotta say we enjoyed being with Mike Tirico here the other night before he went down to Miami. And hey, atta boy Mike, he picked up the dinner for us, atta way to go, huh?" - Brent uttering a sentence that makes no sense during MNF promo
From ArmstrongWTVD on Twitter: Versus announcers off to a strong start (Glenn Parker): 'you're gonna see a very fast, and yet confident Marc Tyler' Fast and confident are contradictory?
Right now he'd like to pitch the touchdown shutout; they gave up the field goal earlier - Brad Nessler
ESPN3 announcers: (Clemson - Wofford Game) "We are watching two perfectly matched, even teams here today"
Wofford has less than 2,000 students, Clemson almost 20,000.
"mediocre teams Notre Dame and Michigan getting the national spotlight under the lights in Ann Arbor for some reason."As 'mediocre' as they might be today, Michigan and Notre Dame, historically, are among the most elite programs in college football (#1 and #3 in wins, respectively), with a rivalry that dates back to the 1800s. The reason they are under the national spotlight tonight is because their game is under the lights at Michigan Stadium, the first game ever under the lights at the Big House. Tonight's crowd will be the largest crowd at a college football game, ever.
Rick Sanchez (from last week): "What a catch! It appears to be a no catch!" He also said a FIU run was "up the center's butt", and said several times, "Wait until you see the replay!"
Really, Craig James? At Texas Tech is the toughest game on Oklahoma State's schedule? They play 5 ranked teams.
Yeah Jim Nance was a great player for Syracuse back in the 60's. Not to be confused with "Yes UCONN!" Jim Nantz
@TheBlightning sorry I was typing it the same time as you I guess! Can never have too much Brent...