Hakuna Matata: No Worries With Josh Jackson

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Hakuna Matata…it means no worries. (Photo by Ivan Morozov)

Finally!  The FedExField curse is broken! 

I’ve got to say that as a fan, I’m pretty fired up.  As you know, the Hokies don’t exactly have the best record in the world when I’m in attendance at neutral-site games.  That seems to be changing, as my attendance at the Belk Bowl and Sunday night’s win over West Virginia did not have a negative effect on the outcome.  Who would have guessed?

In all seriousness, it’s wins like last night’s that energize a fanbase, just like all those losses in big neutral-site games through the years created a feeling of malaise.  It was about time the Hokies started winning games like that, and they got it done last night.

My general impressions are as follows…

Jackson Shines in the Spotlight

If you’ve read anything about Josh Jackson, you know his favorite movie is Disney’s The Lion King.  If you’ve ever seen The Lion King, you know the hit song from that movie is Hakuna Matata.  That’s Swahili for “no worries.”  North Carolina football players know that phrase from Swahili 101, but heading into Sunday night we didn’t know if Jackson