Note to self: next game, bring Kleenex.

Rich Brooks hears the booing at UK games, isn’t happy about it, but remains philosophical, in an unsanitary sort of way, in the face of it:

“… I hate to see that creep in what I consider to be a great fan base, but there’s always the people that know a lot more than the coaches and the players and they want what they want when they want it. They buy the tickets. They can boo, they can cheer, they can jump up and down, they can blow snot. They can do whatever they want.”

Blow snot? He’s given the green light to blowing snot at UK football games?

I can’t wait to see the loogie outbreak at the next game in Lexington.  Even better will be the PSA they’ll make Brooks sit for in the wake of that imploring the fans to stop blowing snot:  “Kentucky fans, phlegm has no place in the SEC.  On game day, please keep your snot to yourselves.” Pure class.



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10 responses to “Note to self: next game, bring Kleenex.

  1. Castleberry

    You don’t understand. Snot is his dog.


  2. SilverDawgFrank

    Are boogers considered snot?


  3. SilverDawgFrank

    One other clarification. Snot-wise.

    “A bat in the cave” is independent of its snot roots, having escaped the mass and its familial pull.

    Therefore, a “bat in the cave” should never, ever be associated with its upbringing/family history.

    “A bat in the cave” is NOT SNOT.


  4. Say it don’t spray it.


  5. NebraskaDawg

    Georgia fans maybe blowing snot before long.


  6. Just lost my appetite for breakfast. This post needs a warning for those reading during meal time. Haha.


  7. The Realist

    Is it possible to just blow snot regarding playcalling without sounding like you are blowing snot regarding the players? Can we selectively blow snot without sounding like classless morons? Maybe if we had someone stand behind the coaches with a hand over their head, alerting the crowd when to blow snot. No? That’s too bad.


    • Dog in Fla

      Maybe what Rich Brooks is telling the UK fans to do is to blow snot on each other. Therefore, the coaches and the players would be out of the range of the mucous. Kind of like what Mark, Bobo and WM might tell us to do were they not so much more diplomatic and tactful than Rich Brooks happens to be at his advanced age where diplomacy and tact have fallen on the wayside long ago.


  8. SilverDawgFrank

    Who knew that the Senator’s Dawg friends would be so full of snot anecdotes and snot stories.