Don’t Stop Believin’

Saturday night in Royal-Memorial Stadium was reminiscent for me of joyous evenings from years gone by when the Longhorns would dominate a worthy contender in a key game. The Texas Tech games from 1975 and 1995 come to mind as well as the 1984 Auburn and the 1990 Houston games.

Late in the fourth quarter, when “Don’t Stop Believin” played, and the near full-house—young and old alike—sang along  and spread points of light all across the stadium with smart phone flashlights, I’m hard-pressed  to think of a place where I’d rather have been.

HooK ‘Em,

W.E.

Over/Under Results

On a night when many of the gamers were flummoxed by the strong showing of the Longhorns defense and the short duration of the game, Mark Adams turned a stellar performance with nine correct answers and was the easy winner.

Greg Swan was second with seven correct. Helen Frink, Wade Wallace, John Scott, David Bergstrom, and Rick Mosher tied for third with six correct.

The average score was 4.75.

W.E.

1 Comment to “Don’t Stop Believin’”

  1. Was the best atmosphere ever … even better than Houston in ‘90! See my photo and video on Facebook, with Willie Earl’s big grin during “Don’t Stop Believin’z”