As someone who once saw Georgia Tech authorize placing urinal cakes with a bulldog image on them in the toilets at gracious Bobby Dodd Stadium, let me just say that I don’t share the author’s sense of outrage over what some random fan did at the SECCG.
On the other hand, I am highly amused that someone thought this was important enough to let Clay Travis know about it.
I was going to do a mock post on the chances of the GPOOE™ being named Florida’s next head coach, but I see Pat Dooley has taken the wind out of my sails by noting that some folks have already suggested that possibility. Seriously, of course.
Damn, it’s a shame Jeremy Foley has never been that desperate an athletic director.
A pre-game buffet for your dining pleasure.
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Another career move I hope takes off so splendidly that he bids farewell to Finebaum…
It’s getting closer. So eat.
If this is what passes for cutting edge analysis on the SEC Network…
Tebow, the former Heisman Trophy winner from Florida who spent three years in the NFL, is shifting gears to become an analyst and explained why “SEC Nation” chose the Vanderbilt-Ole Miss game as one of its first stops.
“It’s going to be a big game for Mississippi and for Vanderbilt,” said Tebow, who was in town for the Music City Sports Festival at Music City Center along with Spears, Finebaum and Tessitore.
“You’ve got a Mississippi team that has had great recruiting, and everyone hasn’t necessarily lived up to their potential. But I think Hugh Freeze is a good coach and I think (quarterback) Bo Wallace is going to have a good year. It’s going to be a good game for these teams because you’ve got a Vanderbilt team that’s coming off one of the best seasons it’s had in beating Tennessee, Florida and Georgia in the same year. Are they going to be able to have the same caliber of team with a new coaching staff? It’s going to be really interesting to see.”
… my Saturday mornings are going to stay pretty free.
My feeling is that once somebody leaves college ball for the pros, my blogging interest in them is over, barring the occasional return to the nest, so to speak.
So I have a problem: with the demise of the GPOOE™’s professional football aspirations and his landing a gig on the SEC Network, does that mean I have to start finding and mocking TebowFluff™ again?