To nobody’s surprise, our latest “10 Minutes or Less” video featuring the 2002 primetime massacre of Nebraska garnered quite a few hits and had the operators on our contents board working overtime…What’s that? You mean you haven’t watched it yet? What the hell’s the matter with you?
Anywho, the majority of the comments seemed to revolve around two things:
- The fact that the video includes a clip of former defensive end and more recently convicted murderer LaVon Chisley intercepting a pass late in the 3rd quarter. This prompted me to edit the YouTube annotations with an appropriate murder joke. As somebody who grew up watching Norm MacDonald make such jokes about OJ Simpson every weekend on SNL’s “Weekend Update” segments, I’m rather de-sensitized to such things.
- The fact that the video failed to include a clip of kicker David Kimball laying a good hit on Nebraska running back Josh Davis on a kickoff, flipping him like Fenster in “The Usual Suspects.” In my defense: The hit took place late in the game with the outcome long since decided and it wasn’t exactly a Paul Posluszny stuffing Laurence Maroney caliber of hit that everyone remembers to this day. I didn’t even know about it until I got several comments whining about its abscence.
So, with that being said, we decided for once to listen to the commenters and are pleased to present to you a ‘deleted scene’ extra because let’s face it: Watching PSU pummel Nebraska never gets old.