San Diego County Credit Union (at least it’s not .com) Poinsettia Bowl

poinsettiabowl.jpgNavy’s tricky triple option work was no match for the solid play of Utah tonight. The Midshipmen fell to Utah 35-32 in the inaugural bowl of 2007-08. The first half wasn’t much to look at (I honestly chose to watch this game solely because of the potential for Holtz on-air dementia fun), but aside from this being the beginning of the end of life-giving games to sustain us through the winter (and spring…and summer….*gulp*), it’s not a good time to turn your back to the screen. I spent most the fourth quarter packing for Christmas break and missed four touchdowns.

A good six minutes of the halftime show was devoted to an “eye on the street” feature that they kept cutting back to, asking random middies to pronounce the name of their new head coach, Ken Niumatalolo. Results were predictably disacouraging, but seriously, gentlemen: Say Navy QB Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada’s name correctly twice in a row before you commence to too much snickering.

Wire photos of gridiron boys in mildly compromising clinches, after the jump. Welcome to the postseason, ducklings.

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Even Darrell Mack’s teammates can’t help eyeing that sweet ass.

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Piggyback rides never looked so sultry.

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The innocent victims of ho-supermanning walk among us every day.

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Center the most important aspect of your photo carefully in the frame.

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Sliding into third: Not just for baseball season.

8 thoughts on “San Diego County Credit Union (at least it’s not .com) Poinsettia Bowl

  1. Sliding into third: Not just for George Michael.

    Wooohooo SDCCU! (Note: They indeed are my bank. So proud, look at them all growed up!)

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