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mojotrain
06-27-2011, 10:22 AM
I KNOW A LITTLE STORY, IT AIN'T VERY LONG,

I had the pleasure of being being a volunteer transportation engineer ( shuttle driver) for the just completed FBU camp held at Permian this past week end. It turned out to be one of the greatest thrills in this old man's life.

My first load to pick up at the airport included Alonzo Highsmith and Chandler Richards. The next load, Leonard Humphries, Dale Hellestrate, Zerick Rollins and Charlie Collins and Bill Bradley. Finally the last load, Ricky Hundley and Quintin Smith:eek: When Quintin Smith got in he noticed my Permian Hat and started to grin. I ask about his grin and he said, We played you one time. I ask where he played and he said Houston. I told him we probably beat him, then I ask Houston what? Yates was his reply. He turned out to be one of my favorites.

Others who coached were Rich Bartel, Brandon Harris, Rex Norris,Paul Bull, Glen Smith, John Davis, Gene Dahlquist.

Needless to say I spent a lot of time talking Permian History and listening to their great stories. Bill Bradley is a hoot, but a smart one.

TOODLE-UM, TOODLE-UM, NOW IT"S ALL GONE!

dada
06-27-2011, 10:30 AM
Wish Youtube was around in 85....I actually attended a lot of the 85 yates games....but I was too young(11) to actually understand what I was watching....I was their casually with my older cousins. I do however, remember that RB.....Johnny Bailey.

chhspantherfan
06-27-2011, 10:32 AM
I KNOW A LITTLE STORY, IT AIN'T VERY LONG,

I had the pleasure of being being a volunteer transportation engineer ( shuttle driver) for the just completed FBU camp held at Permian this past week end. It turned out to be one of the greatest thrills in this old man's life.

My first load to pick up at the airport included Alonzo Highsmith and Chandler Richards. The next load, Leonard Humphries, Dale Hellestrate, Zerick Rollins and Charlie Collins and Bill Bradley. Finally the last load, Ricky Hundley and Quintin Smith:eek: When Quintin Smith got in he noticed my Permian Hat and started to grin. I ask about his grin and he said, We played you one time. I ask where he played and he said Houston. I told him we probably beat him, then I ask Houston what? Yates was his reply. He turned out to be one of my favorites.

Others who coached were Rich Bartel, Brandon Harris, Rex Norris,Paul Bull, Glen Smith, John Davis, Gene Dahlquist.

Needless to say I spent a lot of time talking Permian History and listening to their great stories. Bill Bradley is a hoot, but a smart one.

TOODLE-UM, TOODLE-UM, NOW IT"S ALL GONE!

37-0 ouch

Johnny Bailey
Santana Dotson

Shoot2thrill
06-27-2011, 01:07 PM
37-0 ouch

Johnny Bailey
Santana Dotson

That was back in the days where nobody and I mean nobody did that to Mojo. When they did lose, it was usually close. Yates just took them to the woodshed on both sides of the ball. They were just that great. :notworthy

Spencerjohnr
06-27-2011, 01:19 PM
I KNOW A LITTLE STORY, IT AIN'T VERY LONG,

I had the pleasure of being being a volunteer transportation engineer ( shuttle driver) for the just completed FBU camp held at Permian this past week end. It turned out to be one of the greatest thrills in this old man's life.

My first load to pick up at the airport included Alonzo Highsmith and Chandler Richards. The next load, Leonard Humphries, Dale Hellestrate, Zerick Rollins and Charlie Collins and Bill Bradley. Finally the last load, Ricky Hundley and Quintin Smith:eek: When Quintin Smith got in he noticed my Permian Hat and started to grin. I ask about his grin and he said, We played you one time. I ask where he played and he said Houston. I told him we probably beat him, then I ask Houston what? Yates was his reply. He turned out to be one of my favorites.

Others who coached were Rich Bartel, Brandon Harris, Rex Norris,Paul Bull, Glen Smith, John Davis, Gene Dahlquist.

Needless to say I spent a lot of time talking Permian History and listening to their great stories. Bill Bradley is a hoot, but a smart one.

TOODLE-UM, TOODLE-UM, NOW IT"S ALL GONE!
Coach Bradley is something else. He coached my son at FBU in Rockwall earlier this year. I could sit and talk to that guy all day!!!

chhspantherfan
06-27-2011, 02:17 PM
That was back in the days where nobody and I mean nobody did that to Mojo. When they did lose, it was usually close. Yates just took them to the woodshed on both sides of the ball. They were just that great. :notworthy

1985

Yates 46 BWB 16
Yates 26 H Worthing 7
Yates 31 H Wash. 0
Yates 70 H. Austin 0
Yates 51 H Milby 0
Yates 48 H Sterling 6
Yates 72 H Jeff Davis 0
Yates 13 H Jones 6
Yates 68 H Wheatley 0
Yates 27 H Madison 14
Yates 51 H Sam Hou. 0 (some records show 53?)
Yates 43 H Sp Woods 0
Yates 19 WOS 6
Yates 21 H Jones 15
Yates 34 SA Holmes 7
Yates 37 Permian 0
-----657--------84

8 shutouts and 84 points allowed!

Prep Ticket
06-27-2011, 02:29 PM
The earlier poster hit the nail on the head. They dismantled Permian during the height of the Panthers dynasty days. 37-0 doesn't even do it justice. The Yates defense to this day is the best I've ever witnessed. The 88 Carter Cowboys are a close second but guys like James Goode and Melvin Foster were simply men amongst boys.

dada
06-27-2011, 02:33 PM
1985

Yates 46 BWB 16
Yates 26 H Worthing 7
Yates 31 H Wash. 0
Yates 70 H. Austin 0
Yates 51 H Milby 0
Yates 48 H Sterling 6
Yates 72 H Jeff Davis 0
Yates 13 H Jones 6
Yates 68 H Wheatley 0
Yates 27 H Madison 14
Yates 51 H Sam Hou. 0 (some records show 53?)
Yates 43 H Sp Woods 0
Yates 19 WOS 6
Yates 21 H Jones 15
Yates 34 SA Holmes 7
Yates 37 Permian 0
-----657--------84

8 shutouts and 84 points allowed!

Lost in the mix...how good was Houston Jones in 85?

mojotrain
06-27-2011, 03:05 PM
That was back in the days where nobody and I mean nobody did that to Mojo. When they did lose, it was usually close. Yates just took them to the woodshed on both sides of the ball. They were just that great. :notworthy

Fact is Quintin told me that the Yates coach told them at half time not to score again. I believe him.

chhspantherfan
06-27-2011, 03:22 PM
Lost in the mix...how good was Houston Jones in 85?

I noticed that when I was adding it up. do you know anything about them?

ThEgReAtOnE
06-27-2011, 03:29 PM
Lost in the mix...how good was Houston Jones in 85?

I hear you , there, but the question needs to be asked.... how f'n good was SA Holmes?

A few noticeable 1985 Holmes' players....
QB-Wilbur Odom (Michigan... dude had a beast for an arm!)
RB-Jerry Arceneaux (Rushed for nearly 2,000 yds in 1985... only got 50 yds vs Yates)
WR-Johnny Walker (Texas A&M/Green Bay)
WR/TE-Keith Cash (Texas/Pittsburgh)
WR/TE-Kerry Cash (Texas/Indianapolis Colts)
LB/TE-Mike McKenzie (Baylor/Philadelphia Eagles)
LB-Pede Hunt (Angelo State/2-Time All-Conference)
DB-Frank Gasca (SW Texas State)
K-Sean McKenna (Air Force)

http://www.chron.com/CDA/archives/archive.mpl/1985_58290/yates-advances-into-final-lions-too-much-for-sa-ho.html

Plenty of these dudes were on that 1985 squad....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSE_GNqhP9w

... um, and Yates destroyed the 1985 Holmes team like it was NOTHING! When Yates played'em, Holmes was 13-1 (1 pt loss to Clark) and just coming off of upsetting a potent Converse Judson team. Yates walked right through Holmes w/o breaking a sweat (35-7)! :eek:

dada
06-27-2011, 03:30 PM
I noticed that when I was adding it up. do you know anything about them?
Both Loses came to Yates
Dont know how accurate this is:
http://lonestarfootball.net/team.asp?T=1405&S=1985

dada
06-27-2011, 03:32 PM
I hear you , there, but the question needs to be asked.... how f'n good was SA Holmes?

A few noticeable 1985 Holmes' players....
QB-Wilbur Odom (Michigan... dude had a beast for an arm!)
RB-Jerry Arceneaux (Rushed for nearly 2,000 yds in 1985... only got 50 yds vs Yates)
WR-Johnny Walker (Texas A&M/Green Bay)
WR/TE-Keith Cash (Texas/Pittsburgh)
WR/TE-Kerry Cash (Texas/Indianapolis Colts)
LB/TE-Mike McKenzie (Baylor/Philadelphia Eagles)
LB-Pede Hunt (Angelo State/2-Time All-Conference)
DB-Frank Gasca (SW Texas State)
K-Sean McKenna (Air Force)

http://www.chron.com/CDA/archives/archive.mpl/1985_58290/yates-advances-into-final-lions-too-much-for-sa-ho.html

Plenty of these dudes were on that 1985 squad....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSE_GNqhP9w

... um, and Yates destroyed the 1985 Holmes team like it was NOTHING! When Yates played'em, Holmes was 13-1 (1 pt loss to Clark) and just coming off of upsetting a potent Converse Judson team. Yates walked right through Holmes w/o breaking a sweat (35-7)! :eek:

WOW

We had hoped it would be Cy-Fair (a 10-7 loser to the Panthers)," Yates Coach Luther Booker said after his Lions had wrecked Holmes, 'but Permian will do just fine."

ThEgReAtOnE
06-27-2011, 03:54 PM
WOW

We had hoped it would be Cy-Fair (a 10-7 loser to the Panthers)," Yates Coach Luther Booker said after his Lions had wrecked Holmes, 'but Permian will do just fine."



Dude, saying something like this....

'but Permian will do just fine."

... normally gets a team killed, the very next week, in a Texas State Title game. Now, lets add the fact that it was at the height of Permian's glory days - that took cojones, right there! But to actually go out there and hand Mojo its arse on a silver platter. Legendary SWAG, right there! They don't make'em like that, anymore. Everyone's always playing it safe (good sportsmanship, blah, blah, blah)! I'm ready to hear Katy's Joseph say, "If we make it to state, and end up having to play Allen, we're gonna kick their soft f'n :Censor: up between their shoulders... and then put'em on a plane, back to the DF-Dub, so they can go get some more practice in their over-inflated $60 million dolla' stadium!" That, alone, would sell an extra 30,000 tickets (at least), right there! ESPN - and maybe even ABC - would be scrambling to get coverage rights for the game, so it could go national... and they would eat the comment up - re-hashing it in newspapers and airing Twitter comments from fans, coaches, players, etc on ESPN!!!! It would be the most hyped HSFB title game in the history of television! Hell, might see it on PPV! :rofl:

Of course, Joseph would never - in a million years - say anything like that. He's too classy for that. But... I'm not! LMAO! I'd be a serious sh:Censor: starter! LEGENDARY SWAG!!! :heli:

chhspantherfan
06-27-2011, 04:00 PM
Dude, saying something like this....

'but Permian will do just fine."

... normally gets a team killed, the very next week, in a Texas State Title game. Now, lets add the fact that it was at the height of Permian's glory days - that took cojones, right there! But to actually go out there and hand Mojo its arse on a silver platter. Legendary SWAG, right there! They don't make'em like that, anymore. Everyone's always playing it safe (good sportsmanship, blah, blah, blah)! I'm ready to hear Katy's Joseph say, "If we make it to state, and end up having to play Allen, we're gonna kick their soft f'n :Censor: up between their shoulders... and then put'em on a plane, back to the DF-Dub, so they can go get some more practice in their over-inflated $60 million dolla' stadium!" That, alone, would sell an extra 30,000 tickets (at least), right there! ESPN - and maybe even ABC - would be scrambling to get coverage rights for the game, so it could go national... and they would eat the comment up - re-hashing it in newspapers and airing Twitter comments from fans, coaches, players, etc on ESPN!!!! It would be the most hyped HSFB title game in the history of television! Hell, might see it on PPV! :rofl:

Of course, Joseph would never - in a million years - say anything like that. He's too classy for that. But... I'm not! LMAO! I'd be a serious sh:Censor: starter! LEGENDARY SWAG!!! :heli:

you need the season to start real bad, huh?:)

Raiders09
06-27-2011, 04:03 PM
Coach Booker said that Houston Jones was the Best team they played all season long in 1985. That shows how much talent was once in inner city Houston.

Spencerjohnr
06-27-2011, 04:21 PM
you need the season to start real bad, huh?:)
I thought I was jonesing, TGO has got it bad. Somebody give this brotha a hug or something....LOL!

chhspantherfan
06-27-2011, 04:25 PM
I thought I was jonesing, TGO has got it bad. Somebody give this brotha a hug or something....LOL!

ii's gonna be a great year!! Of course, each year is a great year.:)

titus211
06-27-2011, 04:57 PM
Back then it was done right, with 2 teams and 1 champion and no coulda, woulda or shouldas. They are the best Texas HS team ever because no split champion can ever make that claim with 2 champs and 4 teams making the playoffs. They were big, fast and they could run and pass and played great defense. I am an 87 Austin Reagan grad and ask anyone who saw the game vs Permian and that was total dominance of a defending state champion by a far superior team in Texas Stadium. The closest you will get to Yates or Carter is going to be North Shore, Cedar Hill, Duncanville or a Desoto or Hightower, but those schools only have one black coach and Booker was one of the best coaches in Texas HS history. They were well coached and had loads of discipline!!! By the way, didn't Holmes get DESTROYED by Judson in the 3rd round?

Prep Ticket
06-27-2011, 06:39 PM
You'll get no argument here. For anyone that saw that game in person, they know. The Yates defense was throwing the Permian kids around like Rag dolls. It looked like something you'd see in a way over-the-top hollywood movie.

mojotrain
06-27-2011, 07:18 PM
You guys make me wish I'd never brought this up!:(

ktCarl
06-27-2011, 09:04 PM
Lost in the mix...how good was Houston Jones in 85?

What are the chances that the Jones game was Yates' Homecoming game? I know how Katy and other teams flirt with disaster during their Homecoming.

has09
06-27-2011, 11:08 PM
for 5A dominance Yates was it, without a doubt. 1983 Daingerfield is one of the few I saw that could compare in their dominance

dc88228
06-27-2011, 11:28 PM
I was at that Holmes-Yates game at Alamo Stadium. Yates just dominated.

chhspantherfan
06-28-2011, 07:04 AM
I was at that Holmes-Yates game at Alamo Stadium. Yates just dominated.

it would be great to see film on that one. I bet there is someone out there with a game program, it would be cool to see the complete rosters. TGO can probably come up with most of them off the top of his head. :D

Maroondog
06-28-2011, 08:43 AM
Holmes was REAL good that year. Yates was AWESOME.

dada
06-28-2011, 09:01 AM
What are the chances that the Jones game was Yates' Homecoming game? I know how Katy and other teams flirt with disaster during their Homecoming.

They played Jones twice...and those were their toughest two games.

Matthew 2000 Eagle
06-28-2011, 11:36 AM
They played Jones twice...and those were their toughest two games.

Is it true that those were the only 2 games that Jones lost?

Raiders09
06-28-2011, 11:51 AM
Is it true that those were the only 2 games that Jones lost?

no they lost one other game to Forest Brook and then tied another with Worthing

Matthew 2000 Eagle
06-28-2011, 12:01 PM
no they lost one other game to Forest Brook and then tied another with Worthing

Thanks for the info.

How well did Forest Brook and Worthing do that year?

Raiders09
06-28-2011, 12:09 PM
Thanks for the info.

How well did Forest Brook and Worthing do that year?

Forest Brook went 6-4 that season and Worthing went 5-3-2

Matthew 2000 Eagle
06-28-2011, 12:40 PM
Forest Brook went 6-4 that season and Worthing went 5-3-2

Was HISD pretty strong back then?

dada
06-28-2011, 12:44 PM
Was HISD pretty strong back then?

Yes....all the talent was in the city. Not to mention Kashmere HS. Forest Brook and Smiley were also pretty decent in te 80's

Raiders09
06-28-2011, 12:49 PM
Yes....all the talent was in the city. Not to mention Kashmere HS. Forest Brook and Smiley were also pretty decent in te 80's

All the 4A HISD schools now were loaded with talent back in the 80's.

dada
06-28-2011, 12:50 PM
no they lost one other game to Forest Brook and then tied another with Worthing

Really? I didnt know they lost to forest brook, the site I found had them at 7-2-1 but I know that was incomplete. Here are the brackets from that year:

http://www.texasfootballratings.com/Playoffs/5A1985.html

Raiders09
06-28-2011, 01:01 PM
Really? I didnt know they lost to forest brook, the site I found had them at 7-2-1 but I know that was incomplete. Here are the brackets from that year:

http://www.texasfootballratings.com/Playoffs/5A1985.html

Jones 1985 Season Result:

Jones 26 Westbury 0 W
Jones 0 Worthing 0 T
Jones 1 Port Arthur Lincoln 0 W (Score could not be found but Jones won)
Jones 24 Forest Brook 34
Jones 1 Davis 0 W (score not found but Jones won)
Jones 61 Wheatley 6 W
Jones 1 Austin 0 W (score not found but Jones won)
Jones 33 Milby 7 W
Jones 6 Yates 13 L
Jones 10 Sterling 0 W
Jones 21 Kashmere 7 W(Bi-District)
Jones 30 Memorial 28 W(Area)
Jones 26 Dobie 21 W(Regional)
Jones 15 Yates 21 L(Quarter Finals)

dada
06-28-2011, 01:02 PM
Jones 1985 Season Result:

Jones 26 Westbury 0 W
Jones 0 Worthing 0 T
Jones 1 Port Arthur Lincoln 0 W (Score could not be found but Jones won)
Jones 24 Forest Brook 34
Jones 1 Davis 0 W (score not found but Jones won)
Jones 61 Wheatley 6 W
Jones 1 Austin 0 W (score not found but Jones won)
Jones 33 Milby 7 W
Jones 6 Yates 13 L
Jones 10 Sterling 0 W
Jones 21 Kashmere 7 W(Bi-District)
Jones 30 Memorial 28 W(Area)
Jones 26 Dobie 21 W(Regional)
Jones 15 Yates 21 L(Quarter Finals)

Thanks!

Raiders09
06-28-2011, 01:10 PM
Looking at the 1985 Playoff bracket, Cy-Fair was a TD away from making the State Title game a GHA Title Game.

dada
06-28-2011, 01:12 PM
Looking at the 1985 Playoff bracket, Cy-Fair was a TD away from making the State Title game a GHA Title Game.

yeah, which leads back to Coach Booker saying in the Newspaper "We had hoped it would be Cy-Fair (a 10-7 loser to the Panthers)," Yates Coach Luther Booker said after his Lions had wrecked Holmes, 'but Permian will do just fine

Shoot2thrill
06-28-2011, 03:03 PM
Really? I didnt know they lost to forest brook, the site I found had them at 7-2-1 but I know that was incomplete. Here are the brackets from that year:

http://www.texasfootballratings.com/Playoffs/5A1985.html

That further illustrates the greatness of that Yates team. In 6 playoff games they outscored their opponents 205-28. :eek: Anytime your D can hold teams to 4.6 points per game, I feel pretty sure you are going to advance. And most of those wins were against first place teams from their respective districts as we did not have the watered down system we have now. :cool:

titus211
06-28-2011, 08:04 PM
I remember seeing Bailey run back a kickoff vs Westbrook on the HS highlights, which was ranked 6 at that time. Sterling Madison, Lamar and Yates were the best in HISD most years, with the Lions being the kings.

tog
06-28-2011, 08:54 PM
Melvin Foster was a heckuva linebacker that then went on to Iowa

PLANO4EVER
06-28-2011, 11:39 PM
That was back in the days where nobody and I mean nobody did that to Mojo. When they did lose, it was usually close. Yates just took them to the woodshed on both sides of the ball. They were just that great. :notworthy

I feel the same way about Plano during the Powerhouse Decades.1973 Earl Campbell and Tyler John Tyler gave Plano one of those woodshed whippings during a Bi District game down in Tyler that year. 34-0. As bad as the loss was. It was an honor to watch Earl in action.I could not find any of his High School Highlights. But, this one clip in college is a particular favorite.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWKkYwdVLO4&playnext=1&list=PL97F8E2788028FA56

Shoot2thrill
06-29-2011, 06:54 AM
I feel the same way about Plano during the Powerhouse Decades.1973 Earl Campbell and Tyler John Tyler gave Plano one of those woodshed whippings during a Bi District game down in Tyler that year. 34-0. As bad as the loss was. It was an honor to watch Earl in action.I could not find any of his High School Highlights. But, this one clip in college is a particular favorite.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWKkYwdVLO4&playnext=1&list=PL97F8E2788028FA56

Earl Campbell = Linebackers worst nightmare :notworthy

Spencerjohnr
06-29-2011, 09:38 AM
Earl Campbell = Linebackers worst mightmare :notworthy
And anyone else foolish enough to try to take him on high or one on one.....

titus211
07-13-2011, 06:32 PM
And anyone else foolish enough to try to take him on high or one on one.....

Not a Malcolm Brown or UT fan, but that kid is powerful.

slcdragonfan
07-13-2011, 07:22 PM
And anyone else foolish enough to try to take him on high or one on one.....

of course everyone knows he played linebacker in high school in addition to RB, right? a 1971 all-american at linebacker I believe. 1973 all-american at RB.

http://www.earlcampbell.com/EC/Bio_-_Early_Years.html

FeeltheHaka
07-13-2011, 09:00 PM
I remember in 85 I was in high school, and would hear about that Yate's team on the radio and television almost on a daily basis. It was definitely the most publicized team of the 80's.

PLANO4EVER
07-13-2011, 11:59 PM
Earl Campbell = Linebackers worst nightmare :notworthy


If Earl could hit like that as a running back? Could you imagine what type of damage he would have done in the N.F.L. as a linebacker? Lawrence Taylor would have been making Earl Campbell type of hits throughout his pro career. He would have been striving to equal Earl. :notworthy:notworthy:notworthy

maxtor
07-14-2011, 12:21 AM
I feel the same way about Plano during the Powerhouse Decades.1973 Earl Campbell and Tyler John Tyler gave Plano one of those woodshed whippings during a Bi District game down in Tyler that year. 34-0. As bad as the loss was. It was an honor to watch Earl in action.I could not find any of his High School Highlights. But, this one clip in college is a particular favorite.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWKkYwdVLO4&playnext=1&list=PL97F8E2788028FA56

LOL, watch where the linebackers feet left the ground and where he ultimately hit on the turf! His feet last touched at the 4 yard line and his shoulder hit 2 feet inside the end zone.:notworthy
I bought some "Earls Smoked Hot Links" just today. I can't wait.

mojotrain
07-15-2011, 12:37 AM
I remember in 85 I was in high school, and would hear about that Yate's team on the radio and television almost on a daily basis. It was definitely the most publicized team of the 80's.

Ya think?

Katy06Tiger
07-15-2011, 05:44 AM
I feel the same way about Plano during the Powerhouse Decades.1973 Earl Campbell and Tyler John Tyler gave Plano one of those woodshed whippings during a Bi District game down in Tyler that year. 34-0. As bad as the loss was. It was an honor to watch Earl in action.I could not find any of his High School Highlights. But, this one clip in college is a particular favorite.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWKkYwdVLO4&playnext=1&list=PL97F8E2788028FA56

lol. I kinda just kept watching videos of Earl. Great videos. never gets old

Maroondog
07-15-2011, 11:45 AM
I feel the same way about Plano during the Powerhouse Decades.1973 Earl Campbell and Tyler John Tyler gave Plano one of those woodshed whippings during a Bi District game down in Tyler that year. 34-0. As bad as the loss was. It was an honor to watch Earl in action.I could not find any of his High School Highlights. But, this one clip in college is a particular favorite.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWKkYwdVLO4&playnext=1&list=PL97F8E2788028FA56

I remember that game well. Plano seemed to always have 5-6 guys trying to tackle Earl. Did absolutely no good.

Earl was a beast and truly a man among boys.

PLANO4EVER
07-17-2011, 10:55 PM
I feel the same way about Plano during the Powerhouse Decades.1973 Earl Campbell and Tyler John Tyler gave Plano one of those woodshed whippings during a Bi District game down in Tyler that year. 34-0. As bad as the loss was. It was an honor to watch Earl in action.I could not find any of his High School Highlights. But, this one clip in college is a particular favorite.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWKkYwdVLO4&playnext=1&list=PL97F8E2788028FA56

Check out the ref at the end of the play...lol.