Daily Archives: August 16, 2016

Denial in a baseball cap

Oy, dude.

Remind me why you got your ass fired, again.


Filed under Crime and Punishment

Pay the man.

Missouri spent over $200,000 with a search firm to hire an athletic director who hightailed it to Baylor after a mere fourteen months.  So, what to do about a replacement?

If you guessed hire the same search firm again, give yourself a pat on the back.

Oh — there’s a punchline, to boot.

Korn Ferry would have conducted a second search at no cost had Rhoades left Mizzou within a year of his start date. He left after 14 months.

The good news is this time the school negotiated a two-year guarantee.



Filed under It's Just Bidness

“I was so stoned I had no interest in having sex with anyone.”

Man… when I first started reading this post about what the return of Antonio Callaway means to Florida’s chances this season, I was chuckling about how over the top his argument was, but by the end of it, I felt like I needed to take a shower.  Ugh.


UPDATE:  Jim McElwain is on the mutha.


Filed under Gators, Gators...

Does Logan Gray have any eligibility left?

Asking for a friend

“A lot of people want the most prolific return man, but I want the most dependable return man, first,” Richt said Monday. “If he happens to be the most prolific as a runner and can stick it in the end zone, great, but if he’s great at that and doesn’t field the ball well or secure the ball well, he won’t be the guy. I want the most dependable guy…”

Enjoy that, Miami fans.  We sure did.


Filed under Georgia Football

“Rashad just got there.”

Mo Smith moves into the secondary, so Roundtree switches to ILB.  At 6-foot-1, 205 pounds, I’d say he’s got a little bulking up to do before he can be counted on as a contributor at his new position.


Filed under Georgia Football

The staff may change, but some traditions live on.

Shaquery Wilson be Tripp’n, y’all.

This quote from Terry Godwin wins:  “Everyone out there is doing great, and I feel like he’ll make a great transition to receiver again.”

Practice makes perfect, Terry.

The good news, I guess, is that the move underscores the coaches’ rising faith in the running backs being ready for the opener.


Filed under Georgia Football