SOD’s legacy: a clean sweep

For the second – and unprecedented – year in a row, no Tennessee player heard his name called in the NFL draft.

At least they move on in life knowing their bathroom hygiene is flawless, though.  Four years of college is good for something.

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14 responses to “SOD’s legacy: a clean sweep

  1. VoxDawg

    I blame ButchWax.

  2. Hobnail_Boot

    Opportunity is nowhere!

  3. Macallanlover

    Let’s hope this becomes the norm and not worth reporting. We should not have to fight TN for athletes we want from areas of Georgia south of Dalton., and we should win most of those in the border counties. Watched the TN spring game and realized all over again how sleazy Bootch . Surprised that “street smart” athletes don’t see right through this guy.

    Speaking of streaks I want to see extended in Knoxville, remember how they ranted incessantly about the none straight over UGA and our 20 year SEC title drought? UT has lost 11 straight to Florida, nine straight to Bama, and their last SEC title was in 1998. It would have been six straight on the UGA loss streak for them if Chubb come down wrong on his fall on the first play of the game. Even then it took a Hail Mary 14 point fluke to pull out a close game. Hope our guys play their best game of the year against them in Athens.

  4. DawgPhan

    One hell of a job running that program into the ditch. For everyone involved, really.

    2007 they are in an SECCG and every season since then has been pretty rough.

    the future is nowhere.

  5. The Quincy Carter of Accountants

    Don’t we have a pretty sizable portion of SOD’s staff running our offense now?

  6. SouthernYank

    These comments seem like they should be from a few years ago. They will have multiple guys picked next year, and are currently the favorites to win the East. They’re out of that ditch.

  7. Hopefully not 2012 Derek

    And now we have SOD’s staff in Athens. Hope it goes better here.