I hate family shots. These people don't deserve to be on TV and their painful miming and hysterical tears contribute absolutely nothing to any telecast.

Not only are the mothers, wives, and girlfriends of players and coaches not the least bit interesting, they are without fail, actively annoying. I believe they may even be contributing to the downfall of America. These reactions and replays need to stop.

The only good thing about them is that you occasionally get a golden one like this. Nothing beats seeing obnoxious fans (note the two at the top especially) raising their arms in triumph as the most accurate kicker in NCAA history attempts to win a bowl game—and then the dumbfounded look on their faces as they realize he pushed it a foot past the upright. It's the little things that make life worth living.

Of course, the Tigers went on to beat Northwestern in overtime, so there were still plenty more shots of Chase Daniel's family losing their Missouri-loving minds over a win in the freakin' Alamo Bowl. Not that I'm bitter about it or anything.