Kentucky Wildcats DC Rick Minter may not be killing it on the playing field, but he’s winning the post-game presser with quotes like the header and this one:
“We’ve been, the last two games, haunted by x-plays and not stopping the running game, and those are two cardinal sins. Well, they’re not cardinal sins, I guess. They’re Wildcat sins.”
Is it just me, or does it seem like with the glaring-like-the-brightness-of-a-thousand-suns exception of Les Miles, it’s the losing coaches in the SEC who tend to be much more fun to listen to than the winning ones?