Death, taxes and…

Tommy Tuberville bailing on a program he swore he’d never leave.

It doesn’t seem to have sat well with his now former employer, either.

There is a punchline, and it’s definitely worth a chuckle.

Tuberville recently said he hoped to become an athletic director once he got out of coaching.

Maybe he can hire the next Tommy Tuberville.


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6 responses to “Death, taxes and…

  1. truck

    The more things change the more they stay the same. The memory of him looking reporters in the eye during his post-game presser after Egg Bowl, played on Friday night, and telling them he had no idea what they were talking about with the Auburn vacancy, then arriving at his introductory presser a few hours later on Saturday morning, is forever burned into my brain.


  2. Scorpio Jones, III

    I guess following in the footsteps of the Great Butch Jones was too much pressure for Tubs to Bear. Lotta brick work in Cincy.


  3. CannonDawg

    “Tuberville compounded his problems by calling out fans for booing while recruits were present at home games. And when he was caught on video telling a fan after a Nov. 6 home loss to BYU to “Get a job and “Go to hell,” there was no turning back, even though he apologized profusely the following week.”

    It’s a bit of a sad plight for Cincy and Tubs, but I must admit to finding the “get a job” comeback absolutely hilarious. Kinda like it’s the inverse of speaking truth to power, or some such.

    And I suppose now the fan could say the same thing to Tuberville.


  4. Cousin Eddie

    “Bohn said that financial terms of Tuberville’s resignation are being worked out,” it’s easy he quit so you quit paying him. Unless you fired him and if so say it.


  5. Bright Idea

    Baylor next for Tubs maybe? That buys them a couple more years for the dust to settle before he’s ready to move again.


  6. That was a surprisingly candid story to be on the school’s official website. Kind of like if Bradley had written the release for Richt’s dismissal for Did love the line about the ‘cliche-spewing, tightly wound Jones’.