Well, not so fast. (A little Lee Corso for you.)
From today's ThinkProgress.org, which normally stays closer to politics than sports. "... In sports, the one entertainment experience that isn’t — and can’t possibly be — scripted, it isn’t cliche at all. It’s what happens, whether it’s Marshall-to-Louis or Kick, Bama, Kick. It’s what happens when it’s a team coming back from a three-games-to-none deficit to beat their biggest rival on their way to their first World Series in a century, when it’s Lorenzo Charles catching an airball and laying it in to clinch the national title with no time on the clock, when it’s a group of upstarts at a largely ridiculed school running a hook-and-lateral then the Statue of Liberty to beat one of college football’s biggest stalwarts in the Fiesta Bowl. It’s what sports does, and it’s brilliant."
-- Phillip Tutor