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The halo of Kurt Warner shines brighter than my slightly tarnished and dent one

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on March 3, 2009

Now that's a haircut you can set your watch to.

Kurt Warner visited San Francisco yesterday and has a physical scheduled for later today. Apparently this isn’t just a ploy to leverage in his contract negotiations with Arizona.

So say he’s visiting San Francisco to destroy it for the sins of its inhabitants, just like in Genesis.

Everyone knows Kurt Warner is the NFL Jesus. His agent, Mark Bartelstein, would like to point out that Warner is on a higher moral plane than you or I and we’re sinners that are doomed to hell in the afterlife. Which I firmly believe is Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

“People assume things are being done to create leverage and that’s not true,” Bartelstein said. “Anyone who knows Kurt Warner knows that’s not the moral plane he operates under. He would never do something to create leverage.”

According to Bartelstein there are some hurt feelings involving the contract negations with the Cardinals that is forcing Warner to San Francisco. He’s seeking a two-year contract for $29 million, and the Cardinals offered $20 million over the two years. Which leaves me to ask the question: WWJD?

Only 20 million for 2 years? What a slap in the face. Just remember Kurt, what would Jesus do? Certainly not accept $625,000 per Sunday.

I’m sure he was disappointed that he had to go through free agency. Getting hassled on the phone by any number of suitors, being offering you eight figures to play football instead of working a real job. A real shame, that is.

For some I do not believe that the city of San Francisco would embrace the Warners’ Christian conservatism, seems like a hotbed of that sort of thinking.

By the way Michael Vick thinks the 49ers courting Warner is just puppy love.

Kurt Warner has found fame and fortune in the NFL but he has NEVER even come close to scoring the crazy, mad MILFs like he did when he was a grocery bagger.

For the record I think Kurt Warner and his story is great however I’m sick of hearing how “holy” he is.

Posted in Arizona Cardinals, God, Kurt Warne, NFL Football, San Francisco 49ers | Tagged: , , , , | 2 Comments »

This to shall pass AKA: Mike Hamilton goes on a vision quest for a new coach

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on November 13, 2008

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Well the rumors are certainly running rampant on an already ravished Rocky Top. All in all yesterday should have been a very good day for Tennessee fans. Marlon Walls said he is sticking with his commitment to Tennessee, Kenny Hall officially signed with the VOLS to play basketball for Bruce Pearl & we learn that Eric Berry is also a Lott Trophy semifinalist.

I believe all those things should be considered great news if you’re a Tennessee fan, however when I scour the message boards all I see is negativity over than fact Butch Davis said he has no interest in Tennessee’s coaching job and will remain in Chapel Hill.

There is this huge debate at who should be the next Tennessee head football coach. For some reason everyone assumes that names like Butch Davis, Mike Leach & Lane Kiffin are all on this list.

The truth of the matter is only Mike Hamilton knows who’s on the list. Neither Tennessee nor Hamilton has said in a official capacity who is on that list. All anyone hears seems to come from “sources.” I’m not saying these sources are incorrect but I am saying that as for as we the average fan (and the real lifeblood of the program) knows these sources could be wrong.

Rumors will always swirl around coaching vacancies. That’s life. Here is UT’s plane log according to this blog and look yesterday it flew to Raleigh-Durham airport, why doesn’t a certain former offensive coordinator coach there? Hey a certain former super bowl winning NFL coach lives there as well.

Did you see how easy that was?

All I’m saying is folks relax and enjoy the men’s basketball team and this to shall pass.

Now in attempt to be humorous I present to you some other coaching candidates that for reason or another aren’t getting as play as those on this mythical list. I call it Mike Hamilton goes on a vision quest. Enjoy.

Severely shaken up over the news the Butch Davis is “adamantly” denying any interest in the Tennessee coaching job, AD Mike Hamilton has an epiphany and realizes that he needs to go on a vision quest to stir up names to add to the ever growing wish list.

Hamilton takes a paper bag and grabs some Big Orange colored spray paint and sprays some in the bag. While taking deep slow breaths Hamilton chants:

“Oh spirit of the Behr please come to me now.”

After 45 minutes and 2 spray cans worth, the ghost of Behr Bryant appears to Hamilton and says:

“What the hell do you want? I was busy getting my drink on” to which Hamilton replied “You’re always getting your drink on Behr but I need your help!”

“You see” Hamilton begins “there are members of the Tennessee wish list saying no this early and I need some candidates to help the rumor fire similar to what Alabama went through before hiring Satan…err Saban.”

“You interrupted my daily dosing of Jim Beam and Jack Daniels for this?” Bryant asks.

Hamilton looks sheepishly down while tears form in his eyes.

“Oh God! Fine you girlie-man I’ll help you come up with candidates but I’m not helping you hire anyone!” Bryant says with disgust, “Come with me to my lair formally known as hell and we shall conjure some names for this list.”

“Hell? I thought I saw you in heaven in a dream I had. I’m not selling my soul to you Behr!” Hamilton replies.

A demon that strikingly looks like Logan Young suddenly appears from behind the Behr.

“We don’t need to buy your soul it’s not like you’re a five star football recruit” it mockingly says to Hamilton and disappears.

“He’s right you know” say the Behr “Besides what you saw in heaven was God wearing a hounds tooth hat, he just thinks he’s me. Now close your eyes we’re going to my lair”

Moments pass and Hamilton hears the Behr say “Ok weasel boy you can open them again.”

Hamilton looks around and says “Where am I? This certainly doesn’t look like hell.”

“It’s a place called Shreveport, La. & get used to it cause it’s possible you’ll be coming here for a few seasons and then you will see why I call this place hell” replied the Behr.

“Ok here are some more names to place on your wish list” say the Behr and hands Hamilton a piece of paper.

On the paper is collection of names that of people are not mentioning such as:

  • Charlie Strong: Current Defensive Coordinator at Florida.
  • Steve Sarkisian: Current Offensive Coordinator, Assistant Head Coach, and Quarterbacks Coach at Southern Cal.
  • Kevin Wilson: Current Offensive Coordinator at Oklahoma.
  • Kyle Whittingham: current coach at Utah who is undefeated.

Hamilton looked up at the Behr and gave his thanks and asked “How do I get back home?”

“Just click your heels together three times and say ‘There’s nothing like firing Fulmer'” the Behr replied.

Hamilton did just as he said and awoke sweating profusely on the floor of his garage and holding the phone in his hand.

He quickly places the phone to his ear and says “Behr is that you?”

“What the hell are you talking about? I’ve been giving ideas for replacement coaches for the past 30 minutes!” a very frustrated Doug Dickey said, “Have you been huffing spray paint again?”

Quickly Hamilton hangs the phone up. He gets up dusts himself off. He feels a great weight off his mind and plans on enjoying the evening watching reruns of Laverne & Shirley.

Posted in Bear is Dead, Butch Davis, fire philip fulmer, fulmer sucks, Go Big Orange, Go Vols, God, Hell, Logan Young, Mike Hamilton, Phillip Fulmer, satire, SEC Coaches, SEC Football, Tennessee Volunteers, UT vols | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments »

Heaven Help Britton Colquitt

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on July 8, 2008

The last time I wrote about Britton Colquitt people said I was harsh. I still stand by what I wrote today however Colquitt is claiming to have learned his lesson with some help of course.

The DUI arrest that occurred in February cost him his football scholarship, a five-game suspension and was an embarrassment to his family and to the University of Tennessee.

Britton says he will change a thing.

“God’s teaching me a big lesson, what to prioritize in my life, and I’ve leaned a lot from this,” Colquitt said Monday after pleading guilty to DUI in Sessions Court.

“I wouldn’t go back and change it if I could. It’s made me somebody I need to be in the future.”

Not to sound too cynical here but nothing helps people find God like the criminal justice system. I just can’t stand people claiming they have found God, or were given a message from God, or anything religious without something to back up that claim.

Way too many times, people have said that God gave them a lesson, saved them, and changed them, etc…..then a year later something else happens.

I would rather Colquitt (or anyone else) go 10 years without an incident…..then point to the period of time where they were changed by the influence of God.

I just would like some action before claims of being touched by God. There are too many people giving glory to god…..without giving glory to god if that makes any sense.

I’m also tired of people referring to arrests as “mistakes”.

At the same time I recognize that sometimes you have to hit the bottom before you can start your way back up and yes there’s a real possibility he is sincere in his words at least I hope he is.

The charge was amended to first-offense DUI and Colquitt received the standard penalty:

A suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days; suspended driver’s license for one year; $350 fine and court costs; 24-hour detention and 24-hour litter pickup; attend DUI school.

“I’ve been through a lot because of myself, the actions I’ve made and the decisions I’ve made,” Colquitt said. “I just wanted to get it over with and take my punishment and not try to fight it.

“Just learn from my mistakes, move on and make me a better person.”

Factoring in a series of alcohol-related incidents in September 2003 when Colquitt was an incoming freshman, Coach Fulmer revoked Colquitt’s scholarship and suspended him the first five games of the 2008 season.

He will suit up starting with the Oct. 11 game at Georgia.

“It’s tough,” Colquitt said. “You realize what you’re missing.

“I know when the season comes around and I’m having to watch five games, I’ll really appreciate those last seven. Just being able to take the field will be a lot more of an honor. I took it for granted before.”

“I kind of got lost again in my ways, in the things I was focusing on in my life,” he said, “and it led me back into kind of the same thing.”

Colquitt requested Monday to report Friday morning to serve the remainder of his 24-hour detention. He is credited with 10 hours following his arrest.

He returns to Sessions Court on Aug. 11 to check progress on his probation.

I still feel that he should not be allowed on the team. Too many young men sacrifice so much of their lives to be a part of such a proud tradition. He does not deserve to wear the uniform.

Posted in A&E's Intervention, Big Orange, Britton Colquitt, drunk, DUI, Go Vols, God, Rocky Top, SEC, SEC Coaches, SEC Football, Tennessee Volunteers | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments »

The Axe Apparently Isn’t the only Thing Swinging at ESPN. Today Bibles were Swinging As Well.

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on February 11, 2008

Who would have thought that ESPN really is of the devil himself (Nick Saban) and is in so much trouble? Today the Christian Defense Coalition protested in front of ESPN.

This was in response to Dana “I’m going to hell” Jacobson for her he term “F-k Jesus” or a similar expression at an ESPN sponsored event in Atlantic City this past January.

The coalition is concerned there exists at ESPN a “lack of sensitivity to persons of faith and a culture of religious intolerance.” To support this position they refer to the video showing ESPN anchor Chris Berman using the term “Jesus” and “Goddamn” in the workplace.

Here was the press release.

*Discipline or terminate any employee that uses religiously intolerant and hateful language such as “Goddamn” or the negative use of “Jesus Christ” in the workplace.

.*Sponsor a workplace seminar and dialogue on religious tolerance and discrimination in the workplace. ESPN has held similar seminars on race and gender but never on religion.

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*Host a discussion on one of their programs featuring the topic of the offensive use of “Goddamn” and “Jesus Christ” within the sports world.

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It is the goal of the Christian Defense Coalition to help ESPN realize the negative use of “Jesus Christ” and “Goddamn” in the workplace is as offense and hateful as using the term “nigger” in the workplace.

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Rev. Patrick J. Mahoney, Director of the Christian Defense Coalition, comments, “We must work for an America in which there is zero acceptance of religious intolerance in the workplace for all faith traditions. Hateful and intolerant expressions like ‘Goddamn’ or the negative use of ‘Jesus Christ’ should be viewed with scorn and outrage.

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“Corporate America must begin to understand that terms like ‘Goddamn’ and the negative use of ‘Jesus Christ’ in the workplace are no different than using expressions like ‘faggot’ or ‘nigger’ in the workplace.

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“Sadly, ESPN still doesn’t seem to get it when it comes to religious intolerance and discrimination in the workplace. Their refusal to adequately address the Dana Jacobson situation and comments made by Chris Berman indicates there exists a culture of religious insensitivity at ESPN.

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“Our hope is that ESPN will take a positive first step toward ending workplace religious intolerance by implementing our three recommendations. By doing so, a powerful message will be sent to corporate America that people of faith should not be treated as second-class citizens while at work.”

Posted in Chris Berman, ESPN, God, Satan | Tagged: , , , | 1 Comment »

For The Thug Who Has Everything

Posted by Joel Jackson on January 29, 2008

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Now this is a present. This game is basically a Monopoly, but instead of “Go To Jail”, you try to break out of jail and/or get parole. This is a description of the game from the official website:

Fight your way through 6 different exciting locations in hopes of being granted parole. Escape prison riots in The Yard, slip glass into a mob boss’ lasagna in the Cafeteria, steal painkillers from the nurse’s desk in the Infirmary, avoid being cornered by the Aryans in the Shower Room, fight off Latin Kings in Gang War, and try not to smoke your entire stash in The Hole.

The artistry of each handcrafted piece is matched with comparable humor & intelligence on every card. Stack your smokes, sharpen your shank, and get ready for an experience that only someone on the outside could appreciate.

Wow. What more can be said. Check out the game pieces. Who among us played Monopoly as a kid and thought “Wouldn’t it be cool if instead of a thimble I could use a Glock as my game piece???”

What’s the sports connection??? Well let’s see: The founder of the company and game is John Sebelius, son of Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius. Kansas is where America’s “favorite” marijuana smuggling (and smoking), lawsuit avoiding, Valtrex popping, inaccurate throwing, dog killing QB Michael Vick is currently doing his time. But let’s think of the endless possibilities..

How about a “Playmakers” Edition featuring O.J., his white Bronco, memorabilia, copy of “If I Did It”, and a Naked Gun DVD for playing pieces???

Or a “Ballers” Edition, with Kobe attached to a blonde female hotel clerk, Roy Tarpley, transcripts of Tim Donaghy’s gambling probe, Jack Sikma’s perm, and WNBA TV Ratings???

Lastly, what about a “Juiced” version, with Jose Canseco, Barry Bonds, Marion Jones, a syringe, and a torn record book???

If they market this game right, it could be a gold mine. Of course, someone needs to mail some of these games to all SEC schools, so they can play as part of the “Super Secret Double Probation”…

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Dwight Howard: Millionaire, NBA All-Star, Christian, Baby Daddy

Posted by Joel Jackson on January 22, 2008

Dwight Howard, center for the Orlando Magic, is a devout Christian. I remember when he came out of high school ESPN ran a story about how he wanted to come in and change the culture of the NBA, 1 soul at a time. Then I heard that he recently had a son out of wedlock with a former Orlando Magic dancer. I thought of one word: hyprocrit…

Then I saw pics of Royce Reed, the dancer that is his son’s mother:

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I started to remember that “For all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God”, and that “Let he who is without sin, cast the first stone…

So another word now immediately comes to mind: lucky…

Well he knows how to “get it in the hole”…

Posted in basketball, cat killer, DAvid Stern, draft pick, God, Magic, NBA | 16 Comments »

ESPN Isn’t Happy With the South Carolina Gamecocks, & Vice Versa

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on September 14, 2007

Pay attention USC fans I’m sticking up for you. Well Steve God Spurrier and the University of South Carolina have managed to tick off an entire network. It’s seems ESPN and the College GameDay crew aren’t happy about a promotional website and Macro Media Flash game (which can be found here) that uses Lee “Bad Picks” Corso’s words and image against him. Chris Fowler is whining & fighting back.

“If ESPN’s “GameDay” returns to Columbia, and that appears to be a big if, it would make for good theater.

When South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier called out announcer Chris Fowler on Tuesday for misquoting him, it was the latest salvo in what has been an occasional feud since Spurrier was hired three years ago.

Now the South Carolina athletics department is trying to have some fun at the expense of ESPN analyst Lee Corso. But Corso and Fowler do not appear amused.

Fowler expressed concern that USC has started a Web site called letsshowcorso.com, where fans can “throw” footballs at a likeness of Corso. Gamecock fans have been mad at Corso since the former coach declared Spurrier never would win an SEC title at South Carolina, “even if he coaches here 400 years.”

Corso declined to comment on the Web site, although he said Saturday on the air he would not “dignify it with a response.”

Fowler, the lead announcer on “GameDay,” backed his broadcast partner.

“I’m a little puzzled (about) the approach (of) marketing the team by attacking Lee,” Fowler said. “I don’t speak for him at all. But I think (Corso’s) reaction to the campaign was pretty evident if you saw the show.”

“I don’t speak for what that would mean for the likelihood of ‘GameDay’ coming there. But I can tell you it doesn’t increase the chances,” Fowler said. “If South Carolina continues to win games, it will always be on the radar for game shows. But it would be a consideration, to go somewhere the show has been targeted.”

Wah wah wah. First of all no one is targeting the show. Maybe Corso should have thought before speaking after all he himself essentially said that USC would never win an SEC title, ever. That in itself is labeling the school and it’s football program as a team that is destined to come in second place.

“USC athletics director Eric Hyman said the jabbing at Corso was meant in good fun. Since the Web site went up less than two weeks ago, it has received more than 300,000 hits, and Hyman said about 25,000 have tossed a virtual football at Corso.

“Did South Carolina, when (Corso) made some of the comments he made, did we return it?” Hyman said. “It’s fun, it’s an enjoyment.”

Hyman said he did not talk with ESPN before putting up the site, and he hasn’t since. It was conceived and created by USC and an outside marketing company that Hyman said included USC alums and members of the Gamecock Club.

As for a potential return trip to Columbia, the Nov. 10 game against Florida looms as a possibility.“We’ve always had really enjoyable experiences down there,” Fowler said. “But we won’t knowingly walk into a hate-fest.”

I agree with Hyman it is meant in good fun, and I’ll admit I’m one of the 25,000, and it is rather enjoyable. Hyman was right not talk with ESPN before putting up the site, you think I talk with teams or athletes before posting anything here? In my opinion, ESPN and Corso are getting what they deserve. It seems Corso can dish it out but is rather reluctant to take it. The hate-fest comment is asinine. No one will attack you here. Besides I thought Corso loved to be hated. I know I do. 😉 I’m willing to bet ESPN will be at the LSU-USC game this year, just so Corso can make comments and feel safe about it. He’s such a douche.

So I profess on this day 9/14/07.

tTt

 

 

Posted in College Football, College Gameday, ESPN, God, Lee Corso, LSU Tigers, moral victories, SEC, SEC Coaches, South Carolina Gamecocks, Sports, Steve Spurrier, stupid, USC, whiners | 2 Comments »

Steve Spurrier: I’m really sorry, but I’m jealous of Georgia While A Player Gets Beaten Down by an Ex.

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on September 4, 2007

The OBSC, Old Ball Sack Coach Steve God Spurrier, is a little frustrated in the Gamecocks performance last Saturday night. Before he can prepare the Cocks for the start of the “Moral Victory 2007 Road Show”, which begins at Georgia this year, he basically stated to the fans, “I’m so sorry, we suck again.” Was he talking to you Steven?

“USC head football coach Steve Spurrier said Monday he apologizes to fans for his team’s performance last Saturday night.

USC beat Louisiana-Lafayette, 28-14, but it was a game that shouldn’t have been that close. After looking sharp on their opening two drives, the team struggled to put away the Ragin’ Cajuns.

“We had a lot of guys out there that didn’t play with the effort that’s necessary for us to ever be a contender,” Spurrier said after practice. “I guess you could say we’re a pretender right now because the way we played the other night, it was embarrassing at times. Heck, I apologize to our fans again. I apologize every year I’ve been here, I might as well apologize again.”

First off I love the photo, makes him look like he’s curious about what a camera is. Pretender not a contender? Apologize every year, apologize again? That son of a bitch, those are my lines. Is he trying to put me out of a job here? Instead of apologizing for bad play, try apologizing for this years team ever increasing incident & arrest records. Like the latest one involving senior defensive tackle Joel Reaves.

“Reaves involved in an altercation. USC police are investigating an incident last week involving senior defensive tackle Joel Reaves and a 19-year-old woman. According to the incident report, Reaves and an ex-girlfriend argued and were involved in a “mutual physical altercation” at East Quad, where many Gamecocks live.

According to the report, Reaves was the only one who had visible injuries: two scratches on his left arm.

Spurrier has spoken about the incident with Reaves, who played in Saturday’s game and practiced Monday.

“From what I heard, it was just a little squabble between he and his ex-girlfriend,” Spurrier said. “But that’s all I know. That’s all I know until they tell me differently.”

Little squabbles usually aren’t met with the police being called in. Especially since your player is the only one showing injuries. Did she beat his ass down? What happened? A real Gamecock doesn’t take no lip from some ho. I love the ‘that’s all I know until they tell me different’ line, as the coach wouldn’t you think it’s your job to know more? I wonder if it went like this:

JR: I need to borrow the car so I can rob the IHOP.

Gf: It ain’t going to happen, not tonight.

JR: Bitch I said gimme the keys you ho!

Gf: Bitch? Ho? Listen here just who the hell do you think you’re talking to?

JR: Oh shit, I’m sorry I’m sorry

Gf: Yeah I’ll show you what sorry is. You want some more? Huh bitch?

JR: (on the phone with 911 operator) Help!! I’m being killed, please Po Po help a brother out.

But that isn’t all. God Spurrier actually admits to being jealous of Georgia.

“South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier turned on the video of Georgia’s opening-game victory against Oklahoma State and saw a team he would like the Gamecocks to become.

Despite major personnel losses along the offensive and defensive lines, the 13th-ranked Bulldogs racked up 376 yards and shut out the Cowboys in the second half for a 35-14 victory.

“They’ve got a winning tradition there and it repeats itself the way their guys play. I’ve been watching the tape of their Oklahoma State game,” Spurrier said Sunday. “Doesn’t matter if they’re freshmen, sophomores or whatever, when they come to Georgia they’re expected to play at an extremely fast pace and play well.

“We’re trying to get to that level. We weren’t there (Saturday) night. We haven’t been there, really. But we’re trying to get there.”

Yes the “Moral Victory 2007 Road Show” begins this Saturday. With Reaves and Quintin Richardson already supplying two personal moral victories for this season, there’s sure to be plenty more to come.

So I profess on this day 9/4/07.

tTt

Posted in College Football, Gamecocks, Georgia Bulldogs, God, legal troubles, moral victories, NCAA, SEC, SEC Coaches, South Carolina Gamecocks, Sports, Steve Spurrier, USC | 1 Comment »

South Carolina’s QB Blake Mitchell Loses Appeal While His Parents Embarrass Him Further.

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on August 28, 2007

You know it’s hard being the USC QB Blake “I bet he had a mullet in high school” Mitchell. God Spurrier actually suspended him for missing classes, then somehow he got the idea of appealing the suspension only to lose. By appealing the suspension I believe he was sending a message to God Spurrier, saying “Hey coach I don’t wanna play anymore, but can I keep the letterman jacket?”. Now his backwoods redneck stupid retarded well meaning parents go on an embarrassing public rant, further proving the apple that fell from the tree which produced Blake, didn’t fall far indeed.

“I told the father and I told Blake I’d review it,” Hyman said. “I’ve gone through all the protocol, and the suspension stays in place.”

Mitchell and his father, Alvin “Nugget” Mitchell, met Friday with Hyman and academic support director Raymond Harrison, who succeeded Harold White this year after White retired. Hyman said he reviewed Mitchell’s situation twice over the weekend before he reached his decision.Reached by phone Sunday, Mitchell’s parents criticized USC’s athletics officials for failing to communicate with them as Mitchell’s absences in a three-hour English class accumulated.

“I don’t understand why no one called us. There’s nothing Blake’s ever done or been involved with that we haven’t received a phone call,” Nugget Mitchell said. “I feel like if this thing had been communicated we would have never gotten to this point.”

Well Denver No Butt Nugget, it’s not the job of the university to contact you about every little thing your mullet wearing, monster truck driving, redneck offspring does. In fact he is actually an adult and he’s on a scholarship meaning you aren’t paying the bill, so why would they even need to call you?

“USC’s class attendance policy, enacted last year and revised in May, is a point-based system in which violators can be suspended from a maximum of two practices and 20 percent of games.

“I’m not really clear of the procedure and how it should be handled,” Nugget Mitchell said. “I’m clear with what Blake should have done. He should have gone to class. But why wasn’t Blake notified by Raymond Harrison that this was going to happen?”

Freebird!!!!
Freebird!!!!

Again you moron, Blake is an adult, the school shouldn’t have to give him a wake up call every morning to remind him to go too class. I’m sure Mr. Harrison has more important things to do than baby sit your son. But since you mention it, why didn’t you install something called accountability in your son? Look at the picture LOOK AT IT! That was taken in June, yeah he’s taking summer classes seriously there. Look at those pit stains!! It’s rather sad to see parents make excuses for their offspring, no matter how country retarded they are. I have a feeling they have been doing this his entire life, so it’s not entirely Blake’s fault.

“Mitchell’s parents also expressed frustration that they learned of his suspension through media reports. Spurrier announced the suspensions on his Web site Thursday morning.

“Obviously, Blake found out very late — after everyone in the United States knew. And that’s pretty hurtful,” Francee Mitchell, his mother, said Sunday.

Oh for God’s Spurrier’s sake, look Franc double E Mitchell, I’m sure Blake was notified before the media was, what you’re saying is just plain stupid now. These two remind me of former guests that have appeared on the Springer Show.

“Francee Mitchell had hoped her son would be able to play this weekend.

“As a mom, of course I support Blake,” she said. “But even with all that happened last year, I still support South Carolina.”

There’s a difference between supporting your son and making lame excuses for his bad behavior. And what the hell do you mean “with all that happened last year”? Your redneck baby mongoloid sucker punched an eighteen year old bouncer, because the bouncer wouldn’t let his underage girlfriend into the bar. Yeah that’s USC’s fault alright.

Alright you Lame/Shame Gamecock fans who love to send me hate mail. I want to hear what you have to say about your QB’s parents. Post some comments.

So I profess on this day 8/28/07.

rDSr

Posted in Blake Mitchell, Discipline, Gamecocks, God, NCAA, Old Ball Sack Coach, SEC Coaches, South Carolina, Sports, USC | 6 Comments »

Emanuel Cook: No the Old Ball Sack Coach Didn’t Say “Carry the Gun, Be Like Florida.”

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on August 24, 2007

Shhh….you hear that? Yep you guessed it, that’s the sound of the Old Ball Coach God Spurrier smiling because at least one of his players got arrested for something more “Gator” like that didn’t involve the sweet stinky weed.

“Gamecock starting free safety Emanuel Cook Jr. has been arrested on gun charges in Richland County.

Cook, 19, is charged with unlawful possesion of a weapon. He was booked around 3:45 a.m. Friday at the Richland County Jail. The incident happened in the jurisdiction of the University of South Carolina Police Department.

The sophomore from Riviera Beach, Florida earned All-SEC honors last season by both the league’s coaches and The Sporting News. In 10 games last year, he recorded 47 tackles, which was tied for third on the team.

Fans may remember that he forced a fumble during last year’s Clemson game. That play is credited with helping turn the tide of that contest. ”

There you go like I just said in a previous post, I posted just this morning “So a couple more recruiting classes, several felonies committed to toughen them up“, I bet Meyer is shaking in his Nike Air Max running shoes right now. Cause God Spurrier ain’t afraid to go old school. Super USC attorney Neal “Johnnie Cochran Jr.” Lourie is already on this one folks, that I can assure you of that. Here’s what’s going to happen: God Spurrier will “suspend” Cook “indefinitely” until Cook appeals the suspension just like Blake “Bet he had a mullet in high school” Mitchell did, then Cook will be back on the field by the LSU game. So no worries Cock fans, your collection of thugs football team is still alright.

Update 1:07 EST. Media reports have confirmed Cook has been “suspended indefinatly”, told ya so.  😉

So I profess on this day 8/24/07.

rDSr

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