A solution for T. Boone Pickens’ potential incontinence problem.

No, not these.

No, not these.

What potential incontinence problem, you ask?  This one:

He’s hopeful for an 11-0 start for his Cowboys going into a season-closing Bedlam showdown with Oklahoma, which would mean regular-season wins over Georgia and Texas. A BCS bid might be a reality for the first time, given Oklahoma State’s high-powered offense and the hiring of veteran defensive coordinator Bill Young.

“It would be big,” Pickens said of the BCS. “I haven’t been there. It would probably make me pee in my pants.”

A Georgia win on Saturday should go a long way towards taking care of that messy possibility.  After all, it did the trick the last time.

… He’s wary, remembering a disastrous visit Between the Hedges in 2007. The first thing Pickens spied as he exited his private plane was a replica of OSU’s mascot hanging from a flagpole. Things only got worse in a 35-14 Georgia win.

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5 responses to “A solution for T. Boone Pickens’ potential incontinence problem.

  1. Will

    Somebody lynched the cow poke? For a home game? Against a non-conference opponent? I seriously doubt that.

    About the only time I see mistreated mascots are at the Florida game. Especially a cow poke! Who cares?

  2. Left to Right

    Wonder if Gundy feels like he’s coaching for his job?

    Also, H.W. in la la land:

    Pickens is taking the opener pretty seriously, as Georgia legend Herschel Walker discovered this summer.

    The two found themselves north of Vancouver at a weekend shindig thrown by a mutual friend.

    Pickens asked Walker how Georgia viewed the opener. His response: Not very seriously. In Walker’s defense, he might not have been well-versed on the Bulldogs’ schedule.

    The next day, Pickens thanked Walker for his honesty and said his observation had been relayed to Stillwater.

    “What do you mean?” the 1982 Heisman winner asked.

    “That’s now on the wall in the locker room,” Pickens said.

    • Dog in Fla

      A shady oilman? Who would have guessed it? Herschel will not forget it.

      The staggering humility to mankind as shown in his T. Boone Pickens website makes Ghandi look like Lane and shows that Boone needs to work on his self-esteem so he can think a little more highly of himself. Boone, you’re good enough. You’re smart enough. And doggone it, people like you because you’re filthy rich enough so stop eating humble pie.
      http://www.boonepickens.com/?src=QHA308

      Gundy certainly seems likable and unhinged enough to be a coach in The SEC just like his OSU predecessor, The Hat. We would welcome him to the conference should he be runnoft by Boone.

      The OSU players all seem to be okay.

      But I sure would like to see Georgia to beat T. Boone Pickens at his Boone Pickens Stadium so Boone could have someone write about the tailbeating on his website.

      • RedCrake

        Can someone refer to himself as having a legacy…while he’s still alive?

        Timmy and Corch, I hope you’re taking notes.

        • Dog in Fla

          T. Boone may have third-personed himself into having a legacy while still alive because according to him on his website:

          “The breadth of T. Boone Picken’s career is staggering…
          From the oilfield to the boardroom, T. Boone Pickens’ leadership skills are legendary…
          A straight shooter, T. Boone Pickens has a way with words. His one-of-a-kind expressions or “booneisms” are legendary…
          There’s no question that T. Boone Pickens is headline material.”

          And if T. Boone Pickens can do all do the above, and who can win an argument with a rich guy, not only can T. Boone Pickens have a legacy while still be alive, T. Boone Pickens’ Living Legacy is Legendary.