Join over 50,000 other marriages and sign up for our free monthly e-news, loaded with new articles and marriage goodness. The problem usually begins with confusion over the value of the sacri?ce strategy-one partner is willing to lose so that the other partner can win. To help couples keep their eye on the ball, I challenge them to consider a rule that leads to win-win outcomes. If you follow the Policy of Joint Agreement (POJA), it will force you to resolve con?icts the right way-the way that takes the interests of both of you into account simultaneously. Unless you have enthusiastic agreement, it’s tempting to settle for reluctant agreement, where one spouse goes along with what the other wants just to get along. But reluctant agreement not only leaves one spouse on the short end of the deal, it can also lead to failure to follow through. The democracy strategy has none of the disadvantages of the other four strategies we’ve discussed, sacri?ce, dictator, dueling dictators, or anarchy.
In the next chapter, I’ll describe the training you should have that will give you the skills you need to resolve marital con?icts the right way. Movie Marathon If life has been a bit hectic lately, slow down and plan an evening of rest and relaxing! Dode Martin was a drag racer at early Southern California tracks when he met Jim Nelson at Paradise Mesa Drag Strip, where Nelson was an NHRA tech inspector. With Nelson promoting the company, Martin building the cars, and Nelson’s brother, Tom, building engines, they created a virtual assembly line of winning cars, heading up the popular Dragmaster Dart model that was easy to build and easy to drive and was championed by some of the top names in the sport including Roland Leong, Mickey Thompson, and Pete Robinson. The 2016 JEGS NHRA SPORTSnationals presented by Quick Fuel will make its triumphant return to Beech Bend Raceway Park, May 27-29, to showcase competition in the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series. The JEGS NHRA SPORTSnationals will comprise one event in 2016, moving back to the historic Kentucky facility owned by Dallas Jones and the Jones family on Memorial Day weekend. The JEGS NHRA SPORTSnationals boasts a guaranteed purse of nearly $99,250, an all-time SPORTSnationals record.
Eliminations for all classes will be held on Sunday with National points at stake in the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series.
Doug Kalitta raced to his third consecutive Top Fuel victory of the season Sunday and had to navigate Heartland Park Topeka’s dragstrip in an ill-handling race car to turn on the win light in the final round at the NHRA Kansas Nationals.
Matt Hagan (Funny Car) and Jason Line (Pro Stock) joined Kalitta in the winner’s circle at the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event. Kalitta’s Mac Tools dragster lost traction at the hit of the throttle and got sideways two times as he worked the steering wheel to cross the finish line in front of fellow finalist and rival Antron Brown. Kalitta said he has had a few of those kinds of races in his career, which drivers refer to as pedalfests, and as a former USAC Sprint Car champion, he’s always up for the challenge. Kalitta defeated Rob Passey, Clay Millican, and Steve Torrence in earlier rounds to advance to the final. Hagan swerved very close to the centerline two times during the final, and although it took only a little more than five seconds, the run must have seemed like an eternity in the car that on Friday covered the same distance in a national record time of 3.862 seconds. Hagan beat Brian Stewart, Robert Hight, and Courtney Force en route to the final round, his first ever at Heartland Park Topeka.
He said to earn a victory the way he and his Don Schumacher Racing team did this weekend is a great motivator for his entire Dickie Venables-led crew as the season nears closer to the NHRA Mello Yello Countdown to the Championship playoffs.
In Pro Stock, Line captured his fifth win of the season in his eighth consecutive final-round appearance, outrunning teammate Greg Anderson in the final round.
The NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series continues June 3-5 with the NHRA New England Nationals at New England Dragway in Epping.
As part of NHRA’s 50 years of Funny Car celebration, fans voted on a Top 20 list developed by respected drag racing historians and Funny Car experts.
The results are being revealed in reverse order, beginning the weekend of the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Southern Nationals in Atlanta, and simultaneous to a separate but parallel list created by former NHRA Funny Car champion and current NHRA FOX television analyst Tony Pedregon. The next cars on the lists will be revealed during every subsequent NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event. Two years after blowing fans away with his original stock-appearing nitro-burning Comet at the 1964 Nationals, Chrisman’s lightweight flip-top Comet, with considerable engine setback, ran 190-mph speeds. Force’s final qualifying attempt was delayed by a timing malfunction at the starting line. Points leader Doug Kalitta qualified second in his Mac Tools dragster and will face Rob Passey in the opening round, and Steve Torrence qualified third in his Capco Contractors dragster and will take on Smax Smith. Bo Butner qualified second and will race David River in the first round, and Greg Anderson will start third in his Summit Camaro and pair against veteran V. Matt Hagan and Brittany Force took advantage of cool weather conditions and a fast racetrack to produce national record performances Friday at the NHRA Kansas Nationals at Heartland Park Topeka. Hagan’s incredible performance led a cluster of career-best efforts by the rest of the pack.
Nine-time Topeka winner John Force sits 14th in the order after his Peak Chevy Camaro lost traction, got out of the groove, and scrubbed the wall near midtrack.
Brittany Force, who is having a breakout season in Top Fuel with two wins in three finals this season, was the only driver in her category to break into the 3.6-second zone during qualifying. NHRA is up 61 percent in total viewers this season compared to 2015, with more than 11 million viewers tuning in to NHRA telecasts so far, including re-airs.
NHRA on FOX has 17 live events this season on the 24-race NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series schedule, including four events on the FOX broadcast network later this year. David Kennedy, who has spent the last two decades helping to build multiple automotive media brands, has been named NHRA director of multimedia content, it was announced by NHRA Vice President-Executive Producer and Chief Content Officer Ken Adelson. In his new role at NHRA, Kennedy will develop and execute coordinated editorial strategy and content production plans across all NHRA media platforms, including print, web, mobile, digital, video, television and social media. Kennedy will manage a team including editors, photographers, graphic artists and social media experts to achieve shared objectives and further establish NHRA media platforms as the source of record for the sport of drag racing. Kennedy spent the last three years as editor-in-chief of Hot Rod Magazine where he directed the editorial plan and social media content for the popular 650,000-circulation publication. Kennedy holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Massachusetts and lives in the Los Angeles area.
Muldowney is slated to attend several NHRA national events in 2016 as Shirley's Kids continues to help children in need. This is the second in a series of Heart of the NHRA videos, which will highlight charitable programs and people with big hearts in the sport. The points leader has a chance to win three races in a row for the first time in his career. There have been 10 different Top Fuel winners here over the past decade, and three of them have been from the Kalitta camp. More than a decade ago, he won this event in his Top Alcohol Dragster debut and won the championship that season. The defending event winner qualifies at or near the top and returns to a racing surface that can handle all the power Aaron Brooks can throw at it. While very much impressed by the finalists in Atlanta, Tipster thinks Force probably has the best car in the class, and the stats back that up: 64 percent of her runs this year have been threes.
Proving Sunday in Houston was no fluke, Beckman looked great in Atlanta, where he was the No.
Speaking of big jumps, how can you not rank the two-time world champion near the top after his impressive Atlanta outing? Atlanta was kind of forgettable, but there’s no need to think things are coming undone for this team just yet. Since missing the field in Vegas, Capps’ team has made steady progress and is now consistently going downtrack. Coming off a pair of semifinal finishes, Johnson and his team are beginning to hit their stride. He has taken a lot of heat for his driving, but there is no denying that he has made big strides this season.
If the KB team somehow makes a wrong turn and gets lost on the way to Topeka, here’s your favorite. He probably should be ranked higher than this, but the Atlanta race was not kind to the reigning Auto Club Road to the Future Award winner.
The rookie driver returns to her home track for the first time since scoring her first victory in her promising 2016 campaign.
It has been more like Heartbreak Park Topeka for Demke with an 0-4 final-round record here, but that only serves to motivate this strong team to come back and get it done. The Houston winner proved that the top tier of blown dragsters in this category isn’t exclusive to the West Coast. The 2003 national champ won this race twice, in 2003 with Randy Meyer and 2013 with his current team. He has seen and done just about everything in this class, and that was just at the Houston race three weeks ago. The Oregon racer is ready to show off his brand-new, beautiful blue Camaro in his first outing since the season opener.
The Las Vegas resident is armed with the technical support of Dale and Eric Brand, who know a thing or two about winning in Topeka.
The Texas racer got to shake down his new car and engine combination in his home state and is ready to take the show on the road. Finishing the job has been a different story thus far and Beckman hopes that changes at this weekend’s 28th annual NHRA Kansas Nationals at Heartland Park Topeka.
Richie Crampton (Top Fuel) and Erica Enders (Pro Stock) were also last year’s winners. He trails only Courtney Force in the points standings in the highly-competitive Funny Car class and the dynamic Don Schumacher Racing team, led by standout crew chief Jimmy Prock, has started to come alive in recent races. The capability for incredible runs has been there all season, which has led to top qualifying spots in Pomona, Gainesville, Las Vegas and Atlanta. With warmer conditions becoming the norm at this point in the season, Beckman knew they had to find answers. Beckman knocked off John Force to wrap up a thrilling weekend at Heartland Park Topeka a year ago, as fans witnessed what was at the time a record 15 three-second runs in the class.
The process has taken longer than he would have hoped but former Pro Stock world champion Allen Johnson believes his team is headed in a direction that could lead to impressive results.
Heading to a track where he has three victories and five final-round appearances should only help the cause. Johnson, coming off back-to-back semifinal performances, does not have a win during the 2016 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season, but thinks his team is closer than ever.

Richie Crampton (Top Fuel), Jack Beckman (Funny Car) and Erica Enders (Pro Stock) were last year’s winners of the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event in the Kansas capital city. It’s been an adjustment, one that only Line and Anderson have seemingly solved flawlessly, but Johnson has made immense progress in a short time. Johnson now sits less than two rounds out of fourth place, feeling encouraged by the results the team has had from some rigorous work behind the scenes. Knocking points leader Line, who won outran Johnson en route to the victory in Atlanta, and Anderson out of the winner’s circle would be a big boost for the 26-time event winner, and Topeka might be just the location to do it. But Johnson believes it is only a matter of time before something big happens to his team and he’s ready for that run to start this weekend in Topeka.
Two-time NHRA Mello Yello Funny Car world champion and current FOX NHRA Drag Racing analyst Tony Pedregon began his first full Professional campaign in 1996 behind the wheel of a second Funny Car for 16-time world champion John Force.
1996 was the most dominant season in Force’s spectacular career, but Pedregon managed to get one over on his boss in Atlanta. Pedregon would have to savor that win until the Houston event the following season, though his seven final-round appearances would be enough for him to finish No. I am a humble man of humble means, but I have been fortunate enough to play a small part in some historical events. With a last name of a€?Tune,a€? it is appropriate that music has always been a large part of my life. The ASVAB test told me I could be an engineer, so when it came time to pick a college, my future roommate John, also an aspiring engineer, decided that UT Austin would be the best place for us. On New Year's Day, 1969, I was flipping channels on the TV and happened onto the Cotton Bowl in Dallas where UT was playing UT!
As arrogant over-zealous college kids, we took great joy in chanting, a€?We're Number One!a€? - especially when by all measures it was literally true! As a lowly freshman, I had little knowledge of the plans and preparation for taking a 200-piece band to a game in a€?enemya€? territory. As I recall, we left Austin Friday on a fleet of charter buses and headed for a hotel in a city in eastern Oklahoma, not far from Fayetteville, AK where the game was to be played. When we got to the stadium we were surprised at how small it was - about half the size of the Memorial Stadium in Austin. We had just won what would soon be called a€?The Game of the Century,a€? but the band's jubilation quickly turned to confusion and concern.
Lest you be overly impressed with my memory for details of the game, I must confess to having help. We had no idea at the time that one of our junior safeties was playing through the pain of bone cancer. It’s sold at a greatly reduced price, or is even given away, to give prospective customers a taste of what the business can do for them. In business, the product that had been initially given away is now priced to provide a pro?t for the company and value for the customer. I call it the Policy of Joint Agreement: Never do anything without an en- thusiastic agreement between you and your spouse.
Not only is this the mutually caring thing to do, but ?nal decisions made this way are usually wiser than any decision you would have made on your own.
When an agreement is clearly in the interest of both spouses, follow-through is rarely a problem.
You may not actually feel what your spouse feels, but at least you give your spouse the opportunity to tell you how he or she feels. As life partners, you should work together to achieve objectives that bene?t both of you simultaneously. Beech Bend Raceway Park was the host of the original NHRA SPORTSnationals from 1974 to 1981. New in 2016, all racers will receive an NHRA national event grade point for attending the race. With contingency awards in excess of $275,000 and special bonus races, the total award posting approaches $380,000 – a dramatic increase over the $50,700 posted at the inaugural SPORTSnationals in 1974. In addition, Beech Bend Amusement Park and Splash Lagoon Water Park will be open Friday evening for a special JEGS Family and Friends Night.
It was the ninth Top Fuel victory for the Kalitta Motorsports team in Topeka, including six for the late Scott Kalitta and one for Hillary Will. It was Hagan’s second consecutive victory of the season, 20th career win, and his first ever in Topeka. She ran immediately following the Funny Car session, which also experienced several delays while NHRA officials repaired the timing equipment.
Defending world champ Antron Brown qualified eighth in the Matco Tools machine and will face off with rival J.R.
Points leader Courtney Force qualified fourth in her Traxxas Chevy Camaro and will battle Bob Tasca III. Force closed out the record-setting qualifying session, in which many teams in both Top Fuel and Funny Car posted career-best performances, with a national record time of 3.676 seconds in her Monster Energy dragster. She held off points leader Doug Kalitta, who has won the last two events, for the top spot in the qualifying order.
The Sunday telecast from Atlanta Dragway topped the record set on the previous event, of almost 1.3 million viewers for the DENSO Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on April 3rd.
The position will ensure consistency in editorial voice, identify and elevate key storylines, and coordinate internal content production for each medium with the goals of satisfying both existing and new fans while growing total audience over time. Because its namesake, four-time world champion Shirley Muldowney, has lived her life in drag racing, the organization first seeks out deserving children within the drag racing community. Already this year she has made presentations in Gainesville, Charlotte, Houston, and Atlanta.
A win here has eluded the two-time world champ, and he would like to check it off the list. 1 qualifying effort in 2014, and it’s not hard to argue that she has a much better car this year. He was only .002-second from defeating Kalitta in Atlanta, although the dead-heat final round made that narrow margin look like a country mile.
This team had its best outing of the season with a semifinal finish in Atlanta, and Langdon turned on additional win lights with a quarterfinal outing in Super Comp. Mechanical gremlins popped up in Georgia, but we have faith that Wilk and his talented team can fix them and return to form.
Capps is a little off from the top performers, but if his team continues to pick away at it, Capps should be back in the mix soon. Though not 100 percent perfect right now, Johnson and crew have shown enough to convince us to give them the final slot over Robert Hight and John Force.
Well probably not, but for the foreseeable future, this is the king of the Pro Stock class. His first-round package in Atlanta was enough to defeat any other opponent except for Allen Johnson, who happened to be in the other lane.
It will be interesting to see what the Charlotte winners can do now that Kevin Hool has had the time and parts available to sort out his new motor combination even further. 1 qualifiers through seven events during the 2016 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season. Beckman enters as the defending event winner and on an upswing after a slow start, advancing to his first final round of the season last weekend in Atlanta after another No. That plagued Beckman early in the year, but those issues appear to have been largely resolved thanks to the showing the past two races. Changes were made after struggling during Houston qualifying, which led to the semifinal appearance, and a couple more were made heading into Atlanta. Beckman made five of those three-second passes during the weekend and that is the type of performance he knows his team is capable of throughout the season. Carrying that momentum into a track that has already provided plenty of success throughout Johnson’s standout Pro Stock career could be the final factor to tip things in his favor for the first time this year.
He advanced to the semifinals at Houston and then Atlanta last weekend, putting together strong qualifying passes in the process as well. Coupled with the good vibes he feels at Heartland Park Topeka and Johnson might have the recipe for a winning combination for the first time this season.
Twelve of Johnson’s wins have come in Topeka, Denver and Vegas, proving just how impressive he has been at altitude tracks.
But so are a variety of other talented Pro Stock stars, including defending event champion and two-time defending world champion Enders.
It only took Pedregon and the John Medlen-led team four races to find the winner’s circle at Atlanta Dragway. Whether by accident or destiny, to this day it continues to shape many of my most meaningful experiences. I was a total band geek and, due to a close association between band and FOOTBALL, a huge football fan. The University of Texas beat The University of Tennessee for its 9th straight win, and I got my first glimpse of the University of Texas Longhorn Band! In addition to broadening my horizons, meeting my future wife, and an amazing trip to Peru, LHB was also following and supporting a pretty amazing football team. Darrell Royal and Emory Bellard had installed a new-fangled offense called the a€?wishbonea€? in '68 and after a couple of stumbles in September, James Street took over as quarterback and with a bevy of running backs, UT rattled off nine consecutive wins including the Southwest Conference championship and a Cotton Bowl victory over Tennessee.
When a rivalry reaches this level of competition between flagship schools of two states, battle lines are clearly drawn. On Saturday we crossed the Arkansas border and drove to the UA campus and unloaded our equipment. As was (and still is) our tradition, we began playing a€?The Eyesa€? at the end of the game, but instead of a smiling and jubilant Vincent R. One of the books written about this event is entitled, a€?Horns, Hogs, & Nixon Cominga€? by i??Terry Frei. The '69 team went on to beat Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl to claim an undisputed National Championship and extend their winning streak to 20 games.
One of the books written about this event is entitled, a€?Horns, Hogs, & Nixon Cominga€? by Terry Frei. Some feel that trying to achieve that ideal in marriage is immoral, impossible, or impractical.
In a dating relationship, partners want an opportunity to get to know each other, so they will often sacri?ce their own interests to motivate each other to spend time together.

By joining together to make each decision, you’re able to consider a much broader range of options, and come to conclusions that take more factors into account. While we can’t actually feel our e$ect on each other, it makes us behave as if we did.
And then, even when you ?nd yourself in a thoughtless mood, the POJA forces you to be thoughtful. Why should one of you consider your own interests to be so important that you can run roughshod over the interests of the other? If your partner has been under a lot of stress lately you may want to choose a few comedies to lighten their spirit. Their first race car, a streamlined slingshot dragster, for Masters Auto Supply, where Nelson was the machine shop manager, was dubbed the Masters Dragliner, and won Best Engineered honors at the 1957 Nationals which put them on the map. 1 qualifiers in their categories at the spacious multipurpose motorsports park in Kansas’ capital city. You just have to go up there and have your game plan together and hope that things go your way.
Line, who has advanced to the final at every race this season, will try to keep that streak going and extend his series points lead when he meets Mark Hogan in round one. Defending world champ Erica Enders, also the defending winner at this event, will meet teammate Drew Skillman in round one. Recipients may be struggling with medical issues or financial hardships brought on by a personal or family tragedy. Add in the fact he is the defending event champ, and we think that’s worth a healthy jump in the rankings.
But what the 2012 Funny Car world champion really wants is his first victory of the season.
It is the eighth of 24 races and Beckman isn’t exactly in a bad spot despite the blank slate in the win column. Beckman, who won seven times in 2015 and finished second overall, said he sees the light at the end of the tunnel, but he knows there is more left to attain when it comes to performance. Once we get a better handle on this new clutch-disc combination then we can lean on it a little harder. A host of other top challengers await in Topeka, include points leader Courtney Force, two-time season winner Tim Wilkerson, reigning world champion Del Worsham, Robert Hight, three-time Topeka winner Ron Capps, four-time Topeka winner Cruz Pedregon, Chad Head, Alexis DeJoria and John Force. It is the eighth of 24 races during the 2016 season in the new-look Pro Stock class, and Johnson and his team look to be coming around on a car that now includes fuel-injected engines, shorter wheelie bars, flat hoods and a 10,500 RPM rev-limiter. Other stalwarts in the class include Line and Anderson's teammate Bo Butner, Chris McGaha, 2014 top rookie Drew Skillman, five-time world champion Jeg Coughlin, Vincent Nobile, Shane Gray and Alex Laughlin.
6 qualifying position, Pedregon made the quickest run of all but one eliminations round on a warm racing surface.
He went on to score a championship with John Force Racing in 2003 before leaving to form his own team, with which he won the 2007 title.
I enthusiastically cheered the Mustangs on to a four-year record of 20-20, with trombone in hand. As seniors in high school, John and I thought we should start following UT's football team, but in the Fall of 1968 after a loss and a tie in September we lost interest and started focusing on the Mustang's eventual 5-5 season.
TV executives decided before the season began to move the UT-Arkansas game to the first week in December thinking that it might be a significant matchup at the end of the season.
While I know most people from Arkansas are generous, hospitable people, the a€?football fana€? mindset can make people do crazy things. Once in formation we marched to the stadium to drum cadence chanting, a€?We're Number One, You're Number Two, We're gonna beat the Whoopie Outta You!a€? (or something equally clever).
The game proved to be a defensive struggle, as is often the case when two great teams meet.
My former roommate John was able to acquire a copy for me AND have James Street autograph it! They won all 10 regular season games of 1970 to extend the streak to 30, but then lost to Notre Dame in a Cotton Bowl rematch. They feel that there’s something about a romantic relationship between a man and a woman that rules out win-win resolutions to con?ict.
When I would call Joyce for a date, she would agree to go even before I told her what we’d be doing. Usually such failure to follow through on an agreement is the result of a reluctant agreement.
Because of corporate support, the organization proudly declares that 100 percent of all proceeds raised go directly to the designated children. She also will attend races in  Bristol, Denver, Indy, the second Charlotte event, Dallas, Las Vegas, and Pomona, as well as the Jr.
He raced to his first semifinal appearance of the season two races ago and then kicked off a rigorous stretch that includes six races in seven weeks with the runner-up showing in Atlanta. His victory in 1996 puts him in the company of other Funny Car drivers who scored their first win in Atlanta, including Del Worsham, Ashley Force Hood, Randy Anderson, and Tripp Shumake. In fact, the piano I still play daily is the one my Dad purchased in 1955 (I think) for our family. Arkansas began as the #2 team; defending National Champion (and pre-season #1) Ohio State was the overwhelming favorite to repeat.
The band back then had nearly 400 members, but due to expenses only about 200 people got to travel to out-of-town games. I heard stories of people who had difficulty getting gasoline (and other services) if their cars bore Texas plates.
As he started pointing to the stands behind us we realized that projectiles were being hurled at the band from the angry crowd. If I remember correctly, the Longhorn Band was invited to the UT Football Banquet as special guests a few weeks later. We've had our ups and downs since then, but lately we've become one of those a€?wait until next yeara€? teams. If I remember correctly, the Longhorn Band was invited to the UT Football Banquet as special guests a few weeks later.A  Freddie desperately wanted to be there in spite of his recent surgery, and sure enough, when he made his way across the stage on his crutches and single leg, there was not a dry eye in the house. At the time of the agreement, your spouse felt pressured to agree, but when the time came to carry out the task, he or she lacked the motivation to do so. It got later and later, and the timing issues and different things like that, you never know. One of my friends had a sister attending Texas Tech, and his family took me to a Tech-Arkansas game in Lubbock.
To add to this excitement, College Football was celebrating the 100th year of its existence. Fortunately for me, brass players got priority when the numbers were cut, so as a freshman, I marched in every game except for the game at UCLA which was the only game the band did not attend. Thanks to a late season upset of Michigan over Ohio State, UT was #1 in the polls and Arkansas was #2. UT got off to a shaky start with multiple turnovers and by the end of the 3rd quarter we were staring at an inconceivable 14-0 deficit.
As more and more of us turned to dodge bottles and cups filled with questionable liquids, fewer and fewer continued playing until the song faded to a whimper at the end.
Also, one of my Facebook friends, and former coworker at Caldwell ISD, is also a big fan of the game. I'm still waiting, but that waiting is made much easier with the wonderful memories I have of those years.
Such behavior is not only very frustrating but also makes agreements essentially meaningless.Get more — Free! I am still sobered by the thought that the family piano that graced my parents' homes for 22 years has now been a part of my household for 38+ years.
The misery of our plight was captured on camera in the downcast face of one of our clarinets, Marilyn Edwards. On the first play of the 4th quarter, quarterback James Street ran 42 yards on a broken pass play to score UT's first points.
Fortunately, no one in our band suffered injury but I was told later that a bottle intended for our group over shot and hit a girl in the Arkansas band. He alerted me to the fact that the game was being rebroadcast on LHN (the 46th anniversary of the game) so I taped it. I have not seen the movie yet.A  I don't even know who they got to play me - maybe Zac Ephron? Coach Royal opted to go for two points and Street scored again on a keeper to close the score to 14-8. We quietly and inconspicuously lined up on the track to leave - as inconspicuous as 200 people dressed in orange and wearing cowboy hats can, that is. Watching the game still evokes a lot of emotion, especially recognizing people I know in the shots of the band.
Coach Royal opted to go for two points and Street scored again on a keeper to close the score to 14-8.A  Our defense continued to keep the Arkansas offense in check and with just over 3 minutes left in the game, Texas was faced with a 4th down and 3 yards to go near mid-field.
A line of official looking people temporarily blocked our exit and that's when I saw it: the top of Richard Nixon's head!! I don't know why the trombones were split up, but one group was on the front row and my group was up several rows from the bottom. He was on his way to the winning locker room to congratulate Royal and the team on their amazing come-from-behind victory. Randy Peschel was covered by two Arkansas defenders but still managed to catch Street's long pass at the 13 yard line to set up the eventual tying touchdown by Jim Bertlesen.A  Happy Feller kicked the extra point to give the Longhorns the lead. Arkansas moved the ball to within field goal range, but an interception by Tom Campbell sealed the win for UT. Tom's twin brother Mike also played for the Longhorns and their Dad was one of Royal's top assistants. Safely back at the hotel, we were finally able to relax, celebrate, and savor the highlights of the amazing game we had witnessed.
They were still cleaning up Guadalupe street by the campus when we returned home on Sunday.

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