PittGirl hits the floor.

If PittGirl had live blogged the Super Bowl it would have gone something like this:

1st Quarter: WTF??
2nd Quarter: WTF??
3rd Quarter: Here we go, finally.
4th Quarter: We won? We won!!!! [thud]

Still can’t quite believe it.

Also:
1. I am impressed with Sally Wiggin’s abilities in interviewing players with pertinent personal and football questions. She does it without being overly-gushy and without asking them to “paint me a picture.” She even knew who Kimo was lining up against.
2. Did anyone catch Clark Haggan’s post-game interview in which he said: “I don’t know man. Um. We made some plays, you know. [pause] They made some plays. [long pause] We made some more plays.” Awesome.
3. Did Andrew Stockey call Tommy Maddox’s daughter a “he”? It seemed to me that he referred to the long haired child next to Tommy as “your son” and then a few sentences later, Tommy was talking about “she” as in “my daughter.” Confused the hell out of me. Looked like a girl to me.
4. PittGirl called it 21-13 Steelers…so close!
5. Thank. God! Is there a haircut in there anywhere? There is no comparison:


6. Why do people refer to it as “World Champions”? Are there other countries with teams in the NFL that I am not aware of?
7. Gadget plays? Rock!





3 Comments

  1. blee1
    February 6, 2006 11:04 am

    The say World Champions for a few reasons (I’m guessing):
    1) Because, you know, everyone follows the European league so they want to make sure it is known that this is the real ‘big game’
    2) Because they want people to think that the rest of the world really cares about the game when in reality they really care about REAL football (i.e. World Cup/FIFA)



  2. Rob
    February 6, 2006 11:10 am

    In the bottom pictures, the guy on the right is Roethlisberger. The guy on the left is Jack Bauer.

    Roethlisberger is a clone of Jack Bauer, which explains why he’s so good. They took the “kill” gene out of the cells when they cloned Jack, although Ben still managed to almost kill that one Steelers’ fan who went into cardiac arrest.

    If they hadn’t taken the “kill” gene out of the cells, only one man would have walked out of Ford Field alive: Roethlisberger!

    Rob of UnSpace



  3. Anonymous
    February 8, 2006 12:48 pm

    Tommy Maddox had two kids standing next to him. It was hard to tell at first, but they did finally pan the camera downwards a little to show his son AND his daughter.