Thought everyone would enjoy this - compliments of its author, Roger Taylor from Elkins
'Twas the night of the Orange Bowl and throughout the nation
We were the underdogs on every TV and Radio Station
ESPN said we couldn't win, Clemson would destroy us in the end
Said our guys weren't so great, and one didn't know West Virginia was a state
The fans were nestled all snug in the stands
Clapping along with the Mountaineer band
And ma in her jammies and I in my WVU cap
Settled in for the game, a bowl of chips in my lap
When out on the field there arose such a clatter
I turned up the sound to see what was the matter
Touchdown after Touchdown after Touchdown they scored
10 in all for a 70 score
The QB in charge was so lively and quick
I knew in a moment it was Geno Smith
More rapid than eagles his passes they came,
Then he pointed and scrambled and call them by name
Now Austin! Now Bailey! Now Buie and Alston!
On Cook! On Brown! On Milhouse and Irvin!
Tightrope the side lines and reach for that score,
We make history tonight, no one's done it before!
The coach praised his players, the fans stayed for hours,
Dana still wet from his Gatorade shower.
He turned with a jerk, to his team gave a whistle,
And away they all flew like the down of a thistle.
But I heard him exclaim, as he strode out of sight,
"The couches are burning in Mo-town tonight!"