We’ve seen the promotional stuff that helped him get there. We’ve seen the press release. Here’s the video.
Closest vote in history? Must have been opposites day. (Can’t see the video? Try here.)
Looks like Mike Hubbard was telling the truth about that handshake. Speaking of hands, watch Housel’s.
Related: Bo Knows Jesus: Watch Bo Jackson present the Gospel in this rare video from the 1985 Heisman Dinner Gala.
* Bo Jackson’s 5-hour Energy commercial
* Bo Jackson and Michael Jackson
* Anchors away, my Bo
* Auburn football radio broadcast in punxploitation classic
* Did an Auburn fan contribute to the teenage delinquency of Courtney Love?
* The Ron Swanson Pyramid of Auburn
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Remember watching that with my dad when I was five.
A crowd *quickly* gathered at Toomer’s Corner that day… and yes it was a daytime announcement, iirc.
Michael LaPointe says
I’m pretty sure Mark Ingram broke the record for closest vote in history of the Heisman. Fine with me. War Eagle!
Housel is to the left of Mike Hubbard. The guy directly behind Bo between Hubbard and Pat Dye is Oval Jaynes.