|We used to have a silly song, "I'm a lonely little petunia in an|
onion patch." That's how the Outlaw player must feel on the
Mustang's side of the field. She has drawn line marker duty.
|When Dikibo is in the picture, it doesn't bode well for the other team.|
The expressions on the sideline reflect serious concern about the
action on the field.
|Love the hat. The visiting team gets the sunny side of the |
field. That would be great up north but in Texas, that's
the hot spot. This coach came prepared.
A couple of my favorite sideline shots capture some of the emotion of game through the eyes of the other team coaches and staff. Both of the following photos have been posted on this blog before but I like them so much and they fit this topic so well that I hope you won't mind seeing them again.
|Ouch! That must hurt.|
|I think the guy holding the down marker is one of our guys. The|
two guys in tan pants aren't having as much fun as he is. Can you
read body language? The kneeling by the 30 yard marker is an example
of body language saying he's sad.
And the one to the right captures three coaches in shock as Dorothy Hines steals one of their completed passes and heads the other way. Especially fun is the coach on one knee, unwilling to watch the whole play.
|Dorothy Hines is a caregiver in civilian life, plying some of her|
skills for the benefit of calf-muscle cramped teammate.
|Shadana getting some tape on a sprained|
|The sideline is for coaching. While the defense is on the field the offence gets some strategy for when we |
get the ball back.
|Coaching from the sideline - the guy on the left pointing - is he telling the runner where the end zone is?|
The lady with her arms up was included in another of my posts, something about flying.