Postgame Haiku, Vol. 32

Navy thirty-five,
Mizzou thirteen, and it was
Not even that close.

And bonus Haiku from Andy:

10 Wins This Season
Toughest Schedule in Ages
:Heart: Me Some Kenny

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32 thoughts on “Postgame Haiku, Vol. 32

  1. goat7ed

    …sonuva

    Late night haiku-ing
    Especially on New Year’s
    Leads to stupid errors

    replace “dominated” with “owned clock”, “ran free”, “did good” or other appropriate two syllable expression stating they did indeed dominate the game. TOP beat Mizzou.

  2. I was totally underdressed for the place I ended up at tonight but I DON’T CARE BECAUSE NAVY WON THE TEXAS BOWL WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO AND WE BEAT NOTRE DAME THIS YEAR WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.

    This is a golden age, everyone. Enjoy it while you can!

  3. charles anderson

    You Navy guys have to be on top of the world, and rightly so. Yesterday, between the AF and Navy spread options, was a perfect day. And you have to think that with his offense now spreading — groan — everywhere, and wrinkles added (Navy’s awesome no-huddle) some pressure is on Johnson and Georgia Tech. Regardless, Missouri looked all game like it was being run down by a battleship. If we even have those any more.

  4. Koutetsu Kaigun

    charles anderson: an interesting side note for you. The USS Missouri was the last battle ship to be decommissioned (1992).

  5. soccer81

    Birddog Mike was right and is right about the goodness of Navy’s decisions to:
    1. Play DI BCS football and,
    2. Play the toughest bowl opponent we could find.
    “Fortune Favors Boldness!”

    Leadership, Leadership, Leadership.
    It’s what USNA is all about and our Football program is a perfect on campus laboratory.

    Coach Ken N. has it; God given and hard knocks tempered.
    Team Captains Ross P. and Osei A. personify it, in different but equally effective ways. Fire vs. Quiet Determination…but all three by personal example.

    It’s a proud day to be a Navy fan and a USNA graduate.

    Thank you Mike for your hard work and talent.

  6. 90

    Navy triple O
    Played doc, took Tiger organs
    while D stood on throat

    Sweepers, man your brooms
    shreds of ‘major’ rush defense
    strewn o’er one more field

  7. JDJMilford

    Ivin called a great game.
    Buddy had a dominating defensive plan.
    The players executed and outplayed Mizzou.
    Kenny orchestrated it all.

    A great Navy day.

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