Corch and the GPOOE, together again

Tebow is merely one of the greatest competitors”?  How the mighty have fallen.

Maybe one day Corch will rank his SEC Network skills.


Filed under Tim Tebow: Rock Star, Urban Meyer Points and Stares

29 responses to “Corch and the GPOOE, together again

  1. Glad to see he dressed up for the occasion. I suppose if you are merely “one of” you don’t have to dress on top of your game anymore.


  2. I wonder what his bosses at the SEC Network and especially the guys in Birmingham think about his trip to C-bus to visit with the team the SEC representative in the playoff is going to be facing.


  3. @gatriguy

    Urban and Timmy can both GFY. Total phonys, both of them.


  4. Careful Brad

    Looks like Corch relaxed the “No Blue” rule for Tebow. Of course Urban has always let certain players get away with not following rules.


    • Corch’s AA: “Coach Meyer, Aaron Hernandez is on line 1 from the Boston Jail.”
      Corch: “Who?”
      AA: “He says you were his head coach in Florida.”
      Corch: “Never heard of him. We only recruited the top 1% of the top 1%.”
      AA: “He’s insisting that he played for you in Gainesville and that you recruited him.”
      Corch: “Oh, that guy! It’s vaguely coming back to me now.”
      AA: “He says he’s been arrested for killing some guy.”
      Corch: “Tell him to call Huntley Johnson. I’m sure he has a connection in Boston. He always made things mysteriously go away in Gainesville.”
      AA: “Um, OK, Coach. I’ll tell him.”
      Corch: “While you’re on the phone, can you call Domino’s? I feel a headache coming on, and that’s my best remedy.”
      AA: “Yes, sir. The usual? Pepperoni and a little on the cold side?”


  5. Russ

    Did Tebow try to cut Corch’s ears off. I know he’s into circumcision.


  6. Dawgfan Will

    The Greatest NFL Reject of Our Era.


  7. Normaltown Mike

    That’s not Tim Tebow, that’s one of the guys from ‘NSync


  8. Jack Klompus

    Urban knows that Urban is the greatest competitor of all time. Who else would have gotten off the floor like that and gotten back into coaching? “Get up Urban”


  9. Dog in Fla

    Shouldn’t that be GPOOE™


  10. Cojones

    Timmy looks like he’s been drankin’.

    I’ve heard of following in someone’s footsteps, but not literally.


  11. W Cobb Dawg

    There’s something about Timmy….

    He shows up every couple months to pick up another order of corch’s handmade hair gel.


  12. Y’all best watch out. You’re gonna get Studawg and Joyridingdawg’s knickers all atwist…


  13. Bear

    tebo seems to be a great guy, but he’s not a reel good analyst. has’nt been successfull after he left Florida, so not sure whyUrbanLegend had him in.


  14. JAX

    Lot’s of bitter tears from the Senator and you all. I tend to see it another way — Tebow was a terrific college football player and he’s also a very good person, despite what many folks might say. He walks the talk, always has.

    In regards to Meyer, he can be a cutthroat bastard at times but when it comes to coaching, he is better than Mark Richt, period.

    Truth sometimes hurts.


    • Yes, bitter tears. Oy.

      Look, Tebow was a great player and is an admirable person. I’ve never claimed otherwise. But the hype around him is sickening. I don’t blame Tebow for that. But Urban Meyer deserves a fair share of criticism for it.

      Now excuse me. I’ve got to find that box of Kleenex…


    • @gatriguy

      If Tebow is such the great guy that I’m always told he is and not the spoiled, petulant phony that I think he is, then why is there no one from the 3 different NFL teams he bombed out of ever talking about what a great guy he is?

      It seems to be that outside of people that had a vested interest in pushing that image (ie, Urban, the UF PR department, ESPN), not many people’s lives have actually been better for spending 15 minutes with the GPOOE™.