Cant believe its been 10 years. :(
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Texas Bowl bound, maybe?
well its lookin like Texas bowl/Houston Bowl (whatever it is now) vs. navy if we beat Baylor this weekend....but thats a crapshoot at this point.
not sure where we'll go once we beat Baylor AND Texas
and you remarks about Tim Kerlee are spot on. That picture you are talking about shows the epitome of a true hero putting others before himself. I have had the pleasure of speaking with Tim's parents on a few occasions and they are just as kind hearted.
On the front page of Friday's Dallas Morning News is a large photo of the collapsed stack taken during the early part of the rescue effort. You can see a team working at the base of the logs to save a trapped student. About five feet above the rescue team is Tim Kerlee, reclining on a pile of logs, propped up on one elbow. Unless you look carefully at the photo you will probably not notice that his legs are laying in an odd position. What was happening,according to the rescue teams, was that Kerlee was directing the teams to other students trapped in the stack. He kept telling them that he was O.K., and he directed rescuers to at least five other students before he allowed them to take him down from the stack.
He was taken into emergency surgery, and when they opened him up they found his organs so badly damaged that they couldn't identify much of what they saw. They closed him up, wrapped him in a sheet to hold him together, and placed on life support. He lived long enough to see and speak to his parents. He was aware that he was dying and asked to be removed from life support. When his parents asked him why he wanted to, he asked them why he should fight for a few more days of life when he could be in Heaven with Jesus right now. Well, he got his wish
might go to the texas bowl if atm makes it.
thats the pic and story i saw on texags.com. hard to imagine someone in the prime of their life being that willing to lay down thier life. also read alot of his personal story helping with church, friends, family and students. very very giving person.
heres to a dogfight and not a blowout!
hope for a civilized game.
I wouldn't mind seeing a blow out by the home team :D
I'll be out deer hunting so I'll catch it on tv. The Ags have only won games that have not be televised so maybe they can break the streak on Thursday.
If they go to the bowl in Houston I'm going. We need to have a big tailgate if that's the case.
sclx event/houston bowl
ill be there
a couple shots from last night: Bonfire '09
coincidentally, here are the helmets the Ags will be sporting on Thursday
T-minus 7 hours till 6-6. Coach Muschamp will bringing the hammer down on J.J.