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 Ukshep    14,236

Always right in front of you!

The USC kicker lined up from 46 yards and split the uprights as time expired and the ninth-ranked Trojans defeated fifth-ranked Penn State, 52-49, to win the 103rd Rose Bowl.

Safety Leon McQuay II intercepted a pass by Nittany Lions quarterback Trace McSorley with 38 seconds remaining in the game to setup the game-winning drive.

USC finished the season 10-3, winning nine consecutive games after a 1-3 start. Penn State fell to 11-3.

http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-usc-vs-penn-state-live-updates-rose-bowl-20170102-htmlstory.html

 

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 Ukshep    14,236
8 minutes ago, Blipkints said:

A Pom calling Gridiron? Eh?

Trojans 

52-49 = 7 & 13 or 13 minus 7 = 6 or 52-49 = 3 / shitty however you look at it

103rd Rose Bowl <--- rosebud reference

10-3 = 13

1-3 =13

11-3

38 = 11

^^ special numbers

Trojan Horse / Rose Bowl (The elite mark on plans/signals)

Its a coming!

:)

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 Blipkints    128
Posted (edited)

Na bro, 10-3 = 4 etc.

4

4

5

3

= 7

Edited by Blipkints
Reduced maths

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 Ukshep    14,236

Someones derailing the thread because i hit the nail on the head? lel??

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 Cinnamon    15,959

http://www.rosebowlstadium.com/about/history

<snip>

1925 -- In the Four Horsemen's last ride, Notre Dame (9-0) impresses the football world in its only Rose Bowl appearance by out-maneuvering Stanford (7-0-1) in a 27-10 thriller played before a sellout 53,000. It's Knute Rockne vs. Glenn Scobie "Pop" Warner and horsemen Elmer Layden, Jim Crowley, Harry Stuhldreher, Don Miller vs. Ernie Nevers. Layden scores three touchdowns, the last two on runs of 78 and 70 with interceptions of Nevers passes intended for the great end Ted Shipkey. Nevers, playing with injured ankles, carries 34 times for 117 yards, but is stopped inches short in a disputed goal line call by referee Ed Thorp as Stanford attempts a late rally.

<snip>

 

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