Jim Tressel ditched the sweater vest at Ohio State’s spring game for this:
(Photo via Greg Bartram/US Presswire)
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Maxine’s Husband in the Wild
“You can’t handle the truth”
Just got back from my tour in Indianapolis fighting the NCAA hoards. Time to get a tat.
“How tall are you, Pryor?…Six foot six? I didn’t know they stacked $#!+ that high. You trying to squeeze an inch on me somewhere?”
They say that patriotism is the last refuge
To which a scoundrel clings
Steal a little and they throw you in jail
Steal a lot and they make you king
“You see that man over there in camouflage? It ain’t working too good, is it?”
You talkin to me?
If Jim will ditch that red target jacket, go all-in with a cammie top and keep the whistle to signal placement of my FARC girl snipers, I’ll pay him $1,100/day U.S. to come over here during his five game suspension to impose the Mohammar Way on my people who love me.
“Temporary tats only at the Shoe these days.”
Fighting for his rep.
Bet there is one sweet camo sweater-vest hiding under that jacket.
Not golfers you idiot (tressel)… gophers!
Maybe the NCAA won’t find me in this
He was “trying” to provide support to Armed Forces. In fact that was the theme of the Ohio State Spring. I have no issue with his intent. He has flown to Afghanistan and Iraq multiple times to support our troops…I saw him in Balad, Iraq in 2003.
The real issue is that the Army ROTC PMS at Ohio State needs to have his ass reemed. He is responsible for all things Army at the University and he should have advised Coach Tressel that this is improper wear of the ACU (Army Combat Uniform).
But the University should be commended for their support of our Military.
Do these pants make my butt look big? Oh right, cammo.
“I watched a snail….crawling along the edge….of a straight razor…that’s my dream….that’s my nightmare….”
“you can’t see me, you can’t see me………..”
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