Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The 2003 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl National Championship|
Actor: Miami Hurricanes
On January 3, 2003, the undefeated Ohio State Buckeyes met the undefeated Miami Hurricanes in Tempe, Arizona for the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and the National Championship. The resulting clash of those two great teams will lo... more »
This will go down in college sports history as one of the be
Diehard fan! | Powell, Ohio United States | 06/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"From start to finish, no matter what side of the stadium you sat on, this was by far one of the best showdowns in college football history and certainly ranks in the top 10 for keeping you on the edge of your seat. This was sports entertainment at its best!!! It was especially nerve wracking, keeping you on the edge of your seat right through 2 overtimes to see which team would actually win. Oh sure, someone will say Miami should have won (probably a Hurricane fan), but in all reality it was "heart" that won this one, the "heart" of the Ohio State "Buckeyes"."
Proof of the flagrant call
J. Giddings | Miami, FL | 07/27/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
Quality is fine along the lines of others in the same ABC series. decent quality audio, could have better navigation, the chapters are spread out a bit, but good overall, as might expect from a major network.
AS for the game, its nice to have proof of the most flagrant miscall in college sports history. So evident was "pass interference" call no such thing, that one can now replay Dan Fouts over and over again saying "Bad Call" you can see it from different angles, not mention count the VERY long seconds duration between the fabricated foul and the flag hitting the ground. And i am not necessarily a Hurricane fan, but that felt like scam if i had ever seen one. This DVD allows the conspiracy theorists to have a field day due to the rewind and slow play functions, along with the commentary which challenged the call.
I won't speculate why this occured, but losing two NC's in two very non-competitive title games has brought into question the quality of both the once traditional conferences and more importantly, the schism dividing the southern collegiate athlete versus the northern. but all one need do is look at the track record since of the Ohio State Buckeyes versus southern teams outside their once, traditionally strong conference. LSU and Florida anyone???"