Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Duck Soup Bowl, Serving #1

ok, as a sort of public service to all of you out there that think the Sugar bowl or Orange bowl is something you put out for your company, I am doing a few little blurbs on some different bowl games coming up. I am going to try my darndest to do one for each game, though we will see. So, here's the first sip.

December 19, 2006

San Diego Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl

TCU (10-2) vs Northern Illinois (7-5)

Remarkable wins:
-Texas Tech 12-3
Northern Illnois

Reason to watch
1. Garret Wolfe The best running back you have never heard of. He holds 3 rushing and scoring records for Northern Illinois
2.Its San Diego, the weather has to be sunny and warm. Nice to see when most of us are socked in by the cold.
3.Someone can tell me what a Horned Frog is.

TCU by 10


Anthony said...

The Texas horned lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum) is one of 14 North American species of spikey-bodied reptiles called horned lizards. The Texas species ranges from Colorado and Kansas to northern Mexico, and from southeastern Arizona to Louisiana and Arkansas. Texas is the heart of its range. [1] There are also isolated, introduced populations in the Carolinas, Georgia, and northern Florida. [2]

The horned lizard is popularly called a "horned toad," "horny toad", or "horned frog," but it is neither a toad nor a frog. The popular names come from the lizard's rounded body and blunt snout, which give it a decidedly toad-like or frog-like appearance. (Phrynosoma literally means "toad-bodied." Cornutum means "horned.") The lizard's "horns" are not true horns, but modified spiney scales.

The horned lizard is the state reptile of Texas