Tuesday, September 4,2001 Volume 67, Issue 9
 












Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

It's all in the wrist: UH alumni and Beta Theta Pi member Greg Soukup flips a burger as UH Beta Theta Pi founder John Graml looks on. It's probably safe to say the two were happier with the food than with the results of Saturday's game.


 

The final offensive series summed up the whole game. Suffering through a largely ineffective passing day, junior quarterback Kelly Robertson was sacked at the 42-yard line, forcing a third-and-18 situation. The Cougars gave the ball back two downs later and Rice walked away with a 21-14 win and the 2001 Bayou Bucket trophy.
Are you worried about money? Do you wonder how you can possibly make a decent living except through hard work and dedication? Easy, my friend -- this is America. Just follow the capitalist genius of a man named L. Ron Hubbard and start your own religion.
O is set at a school called Palmetto Grove Academy, where Odin James (Mekhi Phifer, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer) is gaining popularity from students and coaches with his jump shot and crossover dribble.
It was a night when victory dangled tantalizingly just beyond the Cougars' reach until Cougar junior-transfer quarterback Kelly Robertson's desperation pass on fourth and 16 fell incomplete with 1 minute, 20 seconds left in the game.

 

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