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    Default Describe how you physically feel right now

    My nine-year-old daughter came out of her room and watched the last three minutes of the game with me and we were screaming together. I have a headache my right eye has a stabbing pain in it, I have a throbbing headache, I'm shaking still 15 minutes after the game. I am wreck.

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    Euphoric
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    Proud, happy, joy, tired!!!

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    Feels like I was rode hard and put away wet.

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    Exhausted but walking on air! What a win!

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    Wore out----our dog finally came back into the room ---- was a little loud here.

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    well i lost my voice

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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    Feels like I was rode hard and put away wet.

    Happy happy, joy joy
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    I felt some tightness in my chest down the stretch.

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    Remember our cardiac kids of years past? I was more calm and faithful with these boys because they played a PHENOMENAL game so the win was icing (like Mathews) on the cake of a season! WOW!
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    A picture is worth ..... 501 wins

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    All game:




    At the buzzer:


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    Slight headache from those last few minutes.... But overall, I feel great! Need to enjoy this one until tomorrow before starting to focus on Saturday's game.

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    That might have been the most stressful basketball game I've ever watched between the intensity of the moment, the WVU pressure, and the score. Throw in the fact that it was a 2.5 hour affair and I feel like I put in a full day's work and didn't even pick up a ball...

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    On my way to drunk.

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    Feel sooooo great! On a big time Zag high! Exhausted. A little headache. So happy!


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    Shaking. Currently drinking an Elysian Space Dusts to calm the nerves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespywhozaggedme View Post
    My nine-year-old daughter came out of her room and watched the last three minutes of the game with me and we were screaming together. I have a headache my right eye has a stabbing pain in it, I have a throbbing headache, I'm shaking still 15 minutes after the game. I am wreck.
    haha
    this one feels real good man!

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    Absolute dog fight. My wife could sense this could be a make or break for the weekend. I think I tried every position in the final 3 minutes. Two people in the room consumed enough booze for a small outing of Happy Hour and not a peep or word in the final 3 minutes. Pacing and more chewing tobacco in my mouth than Ty Cobb. I felt GU would win. I honestly didn't doubt. These kids are fantastic and Few has prepared them accordingly. Anyways the collective two in the house woke up our kids easy and probably half the block. My young son came running downstairs, in his pajamas, no sign of slumber even though I thought he was asleep hours ago and said, "Daddy, did the doggie team win?!" I just picked him up, hugged him and spun in a circle. No school tomorrow for teacher's day so he just finally went back to bed. I don't think even brain damage could erase this memory. A bit of a diatribe, I know, but wow. This might be the one they circle. This might just be the one they circle.
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    Hated to disturb my elderly cat- but he understood!
    What a win!
    Can't wait till the next VICTORY!!!!!!

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    Relieved. The final 17 seconds I just kept saying "keep dribbling...keep dribbling! KEEP DRIBBLING!! YES!"

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    After seeing the way the game was called, and the experience at WVU, from the 10:00 of the second half, I had largely forgotten winning, trying to concentrate on the great season and how awfully perfect the SS16 match-up was.

    I recommend: DO NOT re-watch the last 2 minutes, because you'll have a hard time figuring out how we got ahead and you'll worry they made a mistake that they'll correct any minute now.

    As for how I feel, obvious:
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.
    Mark Twain.

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    Totally lost my voice, and I am totally drained. Bring on AZ!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConnZag3 View Post
    That might have been the most stressful basketball game I've ever watched between the intensity of the moment, the WVU pressure, and the score. Throw in the fact that it was a 2.5 hour affair and I feel like I put in a full day's work and didn't even pick up a ball...
    +1 Holy Cow. I hope the coaching staff and team can hit a spa tomorrow.
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    Can't. No words good enough!

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