“And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger…”

If there’s ever a guy who deserves a special award for college football blogging (whatever happened to those, anyway?), it’s got to be Joe at Coaches Hot Seat Blog, for writing the most consistently over the top posts out there – which is why I’m an enthusiastic reader of his blog, of course.

Most of Joe’s inflammatory rhetoric is directed at the suits running (or ruining, as Joe would have it) the BCS and college football, but today he turns his attention to a little ol’ place we know as Knoxville, Tennessee.

Joe thinks Junior is in for a world of hurt in the Swamp, because… get ready for it… Saturday is a Jewish holiday.  I kid you not.  He even tosses in a couple of Bible references in support of his point.  Although I admit to being disappointed that he didn’t cite Ezekiel 25:17.


Filed under Don't Mess With Lane Kiffin, The Blogosphere, Urban Meyer Points and Stares

3 responses to ““And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger…”

  1. Frank M. Davis, Jr.

    Bless Joe’s perforated soul. And mind. And spirit. And ego. And spleen. Well, all things Joe.

    Blessed are the lambs who seeketh fruit of the low branch, for they shall inherit fruit rot and bowels most foul.


  2. Dog in Fla

    As Lane prepareith to walk thru the valley of death that is in the muck a/k/a in the swamp this weekend, Lane shall knoweth that in addition to the Catholic opposing head coach enemy, Lane is thou art being given some especially bad OT Leviticus vibes from some apparent enemy of his named Joe in San Francisco, with those bad vibes also being cumulative to the long-standing simmering bad vibes from enemy Al Davis in Oakland to punish Lane for what Al thinketh are Lane’s many sins.

    Where for art Joe maketh us realize that we art but mere candy asses for we now knoweth that our gentle poking of fun at and stickith of needles in Lane and his NFL feeder program beith nothing when compared to the bad vibes from the guy named Joe. We, as doth Lane, ignorith the guy named Al Davis for he too is old like Norm Caio.

    Mabuhay and Happy Holidays to Lane so that he may survivith the Catholic, dodgeth the dropped safe, haveth nary injuries and liveith to fight another day so that he beith at full strength when Georgia invades the Green Zone to attack and obliterate his Vols so that he haveth no excuses that he is still recovering from wounds suffered in earlier battles.


  3. dean

    Dang. Now I’ve got to watch Pulp Fiction again.