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Terps Pull Upset, Cal Pulls Upchuck

There simply can't be another high-powered Division I school in the country that has seen opponents vomit on both their basketball AND football playing surfaces in the past seven months. First Virginia Tech's Dorenzo Hudson lost his lunch during a hoops game at Comcast Center, right in front of Gary Williams and all the rest of us, and then Kevin Barnes forcibly jarred loose the liquid lunch of Jahvid Best during today's Terps' win over Cal. That's what happens when Pac-10 schools are in the midst of gagging on their status as 14-point road favorites.

Anyhow, the double-field-puke was truly a momentous accomplishment for the Terps, who have sorely needed some good news in the revenue sports, what with all that bile flying from their fans. Let someone else deal with the bile for a bit.

Since this was kind of gross, the puking action is after the jump, and congratulations to the Mottrams for getting there first.

By Dan Steinberg  |  September 13, 2008; 11:17 PM ET
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that hit was ala reggie bush-sheldon brown

Posted by: terp '11 | September 14, 2008 12:39 AM | Report abuse

Dan, I think I deserve props for signaling this out as excellent blog material. Check your last post's comments.

Posted by: Jason | September 14, 2008 1:28 AM | Report abuse

The title for this post deserves a 2008 Sports Blog Award.

Posted by: Ethanator1088 | September 14, 2008 2:47 AM | Report abuse

This was probably better than the Shelden Brown hit. Which was bone jarring. This was lunch jarring.

Posted by: JDP | September 14, 2008 11:13 AM | Report abuse

"That's NASTY!"

Posted by: Cleveland from Family Guy | September 16, 2008 12:39 AM | Report abuse

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