Daily Archives: December 10, 2016

When swinging dicks collide

Purely for selfish reasons, I’m sorry Junior didn’t get the Houston job.  But if if wasn’t what fate has in store for Lane Kiffin, at least we got this lovely parting gift from Houston regent Tilman Fertitta, an entrepreneur who owns the restaurant corporation Landry’s Inc., is the host of a CNBC reality television show called “Billion Dollar Buyer” and clearly wanted to make sure the Laner knew who was the biggest asshole in the room:

“He said ‘Write the contract the way you want it,'” said Fertitta, who also is a prominent booster for the school’s athletic program. “Lane Kiffin looked me in the eye and he knew when he sat down at that table that he was going to go with the contract that I put in front of him with the buyout that I wanted in front of him. And we never even got there.”

Man, I bet you got a real tingle from that.

A scant few years ago, we might have gotten a snippy retort from the Junior we grew to know and love — you know, something like “Fine… I’ll move on to something else, but you’ll always be Houston”.  Maybe no response there is a sign of maturity on his part.

Then again, maybe it’s just a sign of desperation.

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Sony and Nick — Mel Kiper has some advice for you.

Stay put.

“I don’t think Chubb or Michel has maximized his grade yet, and another year might allow that to happen,” Kiper said this week on a conference call. “This year did not allow it to happen, so if you’re happy being a third-, fourth- or fifth-round pick, you come out. If you want to try and help your stock, you go back for another year.”

Easy for you to say, bruh.  It ain’t your knee or your offensive line you have to factor into the equation.

I’ll admit it may be a closer call for Michel, but, given the surrounding circumstances, Chubb would be crazy to return.

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Change with the changing times

Barry Switzer takes a swing at Corch’s new perspective on life.

When we get that sixteen-team playoff, this will be looked back on as nothing more than quaint nostalgia.

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