The sun continues to rise in the east in Knoxville and South Bend.

In a mad, crazy world, it’s always comforting to know that there are certain constants – touchstones, if you will – that we can count on in college football.

For instance, it’s reassuring to know that Phil Fulmer retains a certain practical flexibility about player discipline. The “medical advisors” reference is an especially nice touch.

And when Master James Clausen speaks to the assembled multitudes on freshman media day, it’s a certainty that it will reflect the combination of arrogance and BS that is the essence of the Weis era. After all, it’s not as important that you win the big game as long as you can make every one else feel they’re smaller than you. Charlie’s a smart guy – just ask him.


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One response to “The sun continues to rise in the east in Knoxville and South Bend.

  1. Tenn_Dawg

    I love the vol fan comments to the article. Hip-Hip Horray!!!! Hello…the guy has failed multiple drug tests!!!! Georgia is at a disadvantage to UT and Auburn and possibly some others concerning suspensions. Not to say that we don’t have our fair share of questionable guys but at least they are dealt with appropriately.