The best reason ever not to wear a mullet.

Georgia has offered Florida offensive tackle Zach DeBell.   I hope – no, I really hope – he takes it, because a kid who’s already absorbed one of life’s key lessons (if life imitates art, anyway)…

“I’ve seen probably every zombie movie ever made,” he said. “That’s why I have short hair. If you have long hair or a mullet they’ll grab it from behind.”

… seems destined for greatness.  Or at least a great interview or two.

I wonder what he thinks about jorts.

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18 responses to “The best reason ever not to wear a mullet.

  1. +10 cocktails to you good sir. Great start to my morning. Although I’m sure Jared Allen would disagree with his mullet-ology.

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  2. Mike

    Florida fan; “The Gators own UGA.”

    Georgia fan; “Jorts, mullets!”

    It’s really all they got, so who are we to deny them succor where they can find it?

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  3. Chuck

    I bet he gets a big say in picking the team movies.

    Also, he probably gets flagged by Penn Wagers the first time he says “Skadoosh” after pancaking a blocker.

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  4. dboy

    I am getting my haircut this afternoon. Just in case…

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  5. Dog in Fla

    Or even names like Zach saved by DeBell

    May 7, 2010, 7:30 am
    Complaint Box | Brittney, Brittny, Brittneigh
    By PAUL SCHMIDTBERGER

    ‘I saw a birth announcement the other day and groaned. In recent years, I’d learned to accept the flood of trendy tots named Madison, but this was my first Madicyn. If you care about spelling, my advice is to pour yourself a stiff drink before untying that pink or blue ribbon and reading news of the blessed event.’

    ‘The weird spellings of common names is essentially the mullet of the baby-name world. It says to the world, my child has a conservative sounding name (short in front) but just wait till you see it in writing (long in back)! it’s the worst of both worlds.’
    — Julie

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