The American Idol contestants had some strange happenings in their home away from home and moved out on Monday:
This drive thru customer has the clerk bumfuzzled. He is also seen on a radio show, but he says something very offensive to Jewish people, so might be best just to watch the drive thru portion.
The same drive thru customer is at it again making his fast food order which discombobulates the drive thru clerk.
The same man calls Turbo Tax about a problem.
The Golden Bears of University of California Berkeley, were playing Georgia Tech, in the 1929 Rose Bowl, when Roy Riegels ran 65 yards for what he thought was his own goal line.
Instead of running toward the Georgia Tech goal line, when Riegels the center for the Golden Bears picked up a Georgia Tech fumble, he ran 65 yards to his own goal line.
This clip shows Roy Riegels running the wrong way in the 1929 Rose Bowl.
His teammate and quarterback Benny Lom slowed Riegels down enough, to prevent him from running into the end zone. He was finally tackled by Georgia Tech on the Tech one yard line.
The Golden Bears attempted a punt but it was blocked by Georgia Tech for a safety giving the Yellow Jackets a 2-0 lead.
Georgia Tech won the game 8-7, with the wrong way run by Riegels before the safety causing the loss. Riegels did play well after the blunder.
Riegels says he was spun around by a tackler, facing him in the wrong direction. Riegels was named to the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame in 1991, two years before his 1993 death.