Category Archives: Because Nothing Sucks Like A Big Orange

The world according to Booch

Profound.  When he retires from coaching, he ought to teach philosophy.

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When meteor games just mean more

Really, if you need a total reminder of why we feel the way we do about Florida and Tennessee…

Gawd, I love college football.

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What is the opposite of a decided schematic advantage?

That would be this.

That’s some bad shit there, Booch.

I’m beginning to think I’m going to be offended if Georgia loses in Knoxville in a couple of weeks.

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The answer to a question I never knew to ask

Yes, Virginia, there is a perfect way to end a meteor game.

If somebody’s gotta win, at least do it in the way that inflicts the maximum amount of pain on the loser.  Mission accomplished.

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“I don’t think I’ve ever been in a game where you run 90 plays, get 655 yards and lose.”

You lost to a coach who uses a friggin’ trash can as a motivational tool, genius.

Best get used to the feeling.

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UPDATE:

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Wednesday morning buffet

Hot, steaming chafing dishes… yum.

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Tennessee, I’m not sure you’re doing this slogan thing correctly.

Forget Booch for a minute and check out this metaphor:

Before the start of preseason camp, Kelly compared the Vols to a “snake in the grass” and said that “our goal is to end up biting somebody at the end of the day and making them pay.” Taylor made a similar reference in describing Tennessee’s underdog approach.

“I feel like we’re laying in the grass waiting to strike,” Taylor said. “Our team isn’t talked about as much now. I feel like we’re just waiting for our opportunity to shine.”

Gentlemen, I am not sure that phrase means what you think it means.  Feel free to knock yourselves out with it, though.

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UPDATE:  Another whiff.

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