Chattanooga may hope this keeps up.
a visible storm laced with lightning caused a 20-minute halftime extension and a nearby strike knocked out power to part of the stadium, including the new south end zone hdtv scoreboard. down 49-0, the mocs might just as soon call it a night. if they play the second half, there won't be many around to watch. good news for the bars in campus corner.
in a rare moved, bob stoops pulled quarterback sam bradford late in the second quarter (14-17, 151 yards, 2 touchdowns) and defensive coordinator brent venables--who hates making substitutions more than stoops--also began to plug in a few players not listed on the 2-deep about the same time.