Craig James is one seriously deluded dude. (h/t SPORTSbyBROOKS)
Filed under Mike Leach. Yar!
Yes, they certainly do, if by “position” he means bent over with a broomhandle shoved up his arse.
Craig James and politics, a perfect marriage.
This comment was dead-on:
“# Dudosa hermano @ January 30th, 2011 at 4:45 pm
James has shown that he is willing to:
1. Take bribes
2. Ignore the rules
3. Use his position to exert power over others
4. Stick his nose in other peoples business where it doesn’t belong
5. Manipulate the media
Senator James indeed!”
What a jerkface.
Let the public decide….personally, I really hope he runs for office.
Living out here in Texas, I’d love to see him run and be publicly humiliated. What a douche.
Please, please, PLEASE let him run for office! Anything to get him and his stupidities off the college football airwaves. If the Texas Republicans and electorate are idiotic enough to put him into office (which I doubt) he will simply fade into the woodwork.
Anything to get him and his stupidities off the college football airwaves.
Which is why I hope he runs for office.
I can’t believe it hasn’t happened already, but it will if James enters the Senate race — somebody will do a deep, deep investigation into whether James received any of the money that was thrown about during the “Pony Excess” days at SMU in the late ’70s/early ’80s.
And if you’re naive enough to think James is squeaky-clean, consider: When he graduated and went off to the NFL, he hired Sherwood Blount as his agent.
Craig James is such a pompus ass! One of the main contributors to SMU’s death penalty and he still thinks he is god in Texas. What an idiot and I cant even listen to him on ESPN anymore!
People in Lubbock are moron……they allowed this guy to make sure the best coach their team ever had be fired…..nuff said
“We don’t like to think of ourselves as the hunted, we like to think of ourselves as the hunter,” Bellamy said. “I want to go undefeated. We’re 7-0 and we don’t plan on losing any games.”– Davin Bellamy, AB-H, 10/20/17
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