If Granny said it, it must be true.

I have no idea if this guy’s story is the truth or not, but it’s sure entertaining.

The best part is holding Nutt accountable for quitting as the Arky QB because he was lied to by his coaches about the offense they were going to run… while at the same time holding him accountable as the Arky coach for lying to his QB – who quit – about the offense he was going to run.

Upon reflection, that’s probably the second best part. My favorite part is the author citing Lou Holtz as validation (“this according to Holtz himself”) for a story that makes Holtz look like the injured party.

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