If Harvey Updyke’s attacker didn’t exist, we’d have to invent him.

If you look at this as an extension of this, there’s a certain crazed flow of events that strikes me as entirely inevitable.  That being said, only Finebaum could create a situation where Updyke’s attorney has to deny this.

They all really do deserve each other.

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7 responses to “If Harvey Updyke’s attacker didn’t exist, we’d have to invent him.

  1. Spike

    Even Jerry Springer would be embarrassed by all these bozos.

  2. Go Dawgs!

    This is pretty fascinating stuff. I heard about this alleged “attack” on my way home from work yesterday on sports talk radio, and they were making fun of it, as you might expect. Then, suddenly, they got some sort of word that the attack may have been serious, and they stopped talking about it. Obviously, that wasn’t the case, Updyke’s alive and pretty well. I wonder if he invented the whole affair. It won’t take long for someone to get their hands on the surveillance tape.

  3. Scott W.

    If you’re hated by an entire regional area for poisoning their national treasure, you stop for gas BEFORE you go to court.

  4. Comin' Down The Track

    Was his anus sore? Maybe he was abducted.

  5. Reptillicide

    Only Auburn fans would come up with this “conspiracy” theory. They’ve been coming up with a lot of them lately.

  6. HackerDog

    What I don’t understand is why a rabid Bama fan such as Updyke would choose to visit a gas station named Tiger Express? Unless it was staged.

    • Normaltown Mike

      Then again, he probably avoided The Plainsmen Petrol Mart and the War Eagle Gas-n-Go and went with Tiger Express as the lesser of three evils.