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Fulmer admits it was a gradual decline of smartness

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on September 24, 2008

Fulmer did something that I and majority of the Tennessee fans can not do at this very moment and that actually express confidence in the team. He believes the team will end the foul play that as caused the 1-2 start (Again!) of this season. I believe it to, I believe my beloved Vols will go 1-3.

Actually working like heck to show some resemblance of emotion during his weekly excuse to the press conference, Fulmer promises like heck that the team will work & prepare like heck to be ass raped by play Auburn this coming weekend.

“I think this football team is a team that will fight,” Fulmer said. “Certainly we haven’t had an effort problem. We haven’t had an attitude problem. Contrary to what some people might have said on television, we haven’t had a leadership problem at all. We have a consistency of execution problem on offense from time to time. We’ve been here before and we know how to respond to that and coach.”

Yes you were here in 2005…the 5-6 year. To be honest stating the team has a problem executing of the offense time to time is the understatement of the year. It’s more like this offense is anemic all the time.

“We’ve won 148 football games in my time here at Tennessee and lost a little bit less than that – a lot less than that, actually – and we didn’t all of a sudden get stupid as coaches. We know what we’re doing, and we’re going to go to the practice field and correct and work and put our football team on the field with the best advantage that we can possibly have.”

See there? He admitted it! Fulmer didn’t start out as a stupid coach it was a gradual process, like water erosion, tooth decay & the douche bagginess of Urban Meyer. Either way they might not be stupid all the time. It just seems like they are always slightly stupid at game time.

My question is if the team is working that hard for the sole purpose of gaining the best advantage on the field, how sorry would the team be without the “extra effort”?

Fulmer was asked twice by callers on his Monday night radio show if he thought about retiring and be like OJ Simpson and simply play golf fulltime, minus the getting away with murder and Las Vegas heist of course. That’s when Fulmer really got irritated.

“Because somebody boos in the stands doesn’t mean you don’t have the support. That just means they’re passionate about what they do. They just want to win,” Fulmer said, adding that he had received calls of support from friends and family. “Ninety-five percent of them probably never played football before, or maybe not played a sport. I don’t know. I can’t tell you all that. I would have booed a couple things I saw out there if I’d have been in the stands. That goes with the territory when your fans and your people are passionate about what they want to see on the field. I wouldn’t have it any other way from that standpoint. Now, do I like to be booed? No. Do I want to be booed again? No. But if I stay in this profession, you don’t think I’m going to have an opportunity to get booed? That just goes with the territory.”

Josh “He brings hell with him” Briscoe seconded that sentiment.

“It makes us mad as a team,” he said. “The ones who are saying that, most of them probably didn’t play football. They all don’t or have never coached football. They’re not putting in the 18 hours a day that coach Fulmer’s putting in. They’re not out there on the practice field and out there going through the training and conditioning that we’re going through. It’s very unfair to coach Fulmer because he’s dedicated his life to this, and so has all our coaching staff and this team.

“I’m not a guy that usually comes up and is very vocal about things, but that’s one of the things that hurt me a lot,” Briscoe continued. “Everybody seems to know how to coach. Everybody seems to know how to fix situations. But the real fact is, if everybody had all the answers this world would be a completely different place. Everybody doesn’t have the answers. Everybody’s not given the ability to coach football, to play college football, to be president of the United States or whatever it is. That really hurts because we dedicate our lives to this.”

Now the booing of the team by fellow Tennessee fans does sicken me but the “wah wah wah your boos hurt my little feelings” sicken me just as much. That being said what the young and fiery Briscoe needs to understand is that even the boo-birds aren’t putting in 18 hours a day as a coach for the team, some are putting 18 hours day to be able to afford things like tickets to the game, team paraphernalia, membership dues and maybe God willing other things like food. Those people aren’t getting paid around 2 million a year either. However those people also pay Fulmer’s salary. The donations pay for the facilities and oh yeah the very scholarship you’re on Mr. Biscoe.

So the bottom line is this; Play better and win and guess what the boos will suddenly stop and God willing so will your girlish crying.

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Howdy Doody Has A Doozy Deal

Posted by Joel Jackson on September 24, 2008

For the 2 regular readers of this blog (and the thousands of trolls), you may or may not know that West By God Virginia holds a special place in our hearts and minds. By no stretch are we Mountaineer fans. Our beloved orange warriors win championships (although none in football thanks to that fat, stubborn…sorry, wrong subject). All one has to do is type West Virginia in the search box to see plenty of Mountaineer fodder.

So whenever this fine institute of higher learning makes the news, we take special notice. I mean, why wouldn’t we??? The writers at The Young & The Restless couldn’t write more drama in the past year. Just Rich Rodriguez alone would be Victor Newman, and Michigan would be the new young and beautiful chick that stolls into Genoa City that he would bang instantly.

In Coach Bill Stewart’s contract, the signed deal includes 1 extra year that wasn’t on the original offer sheet. Also, if he is fired before January 3, 2009, the school must pay him $4.125 million. Former embattled school president Mike Garrison can’t be blamed for this one though, because he was gone by the time the contract was finalized and signed, which was on Sept. 10. The big deal was that a flat $1 million buyout clause was negotiated and agreed upon in the original offer sheet. In other words, now West Virginia can’t fire this guy until Jan. 4. By then, the Mountaineers could easily be 6-6. There is hope though, 6-6 could be good enough to win the Big East.

West Virginia is it’s own worst enemy. Shame too. The school could be great. Wait, let me re-phrase that. The school could be better than mediocre. Whenever the administration and athletics department decide to join 2008 and get out of 1972, please let me know. For all I know, they could still be playing John Denver in Mountaineer Field on an 8 track. Mountain momma, take me home…

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Big Orange Roundtable Volume XII Post Florida Fire Fulmer Edition

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on September 23, 2008

Well it’s that time again, the Big Orange Roundtable time. This week majority of the Vol nation is calling for Fulmer’s head. They are nothing but bandwagon jumpers; I was calling for his head last year. 🙂

The week’s roundtable is being hosted by Curveballs for Jesus, what a week to be the host. This is his first time hosting so he officially moved past rookie status. Judging by these questions this week he may have propelled himself into all-star status.

Let’s go to the roundtable!

1.The Vols made some costly on-field mistakes that would have kept them in the hunt, and while they might not have resulted in a win, they at least cost us a chance to win the game.  The two biggest mistakes, of course, were the fumble and interception by Crompton in the red zone.  Vent your anger and frustration here:

I’m not angry. I knew this is how the game would turn out. I am frustrated though. I’m frustrated that Fulmer still clings to hope in the Mountain (False) Messiah. Asked on his teleconference Sunday if Tennessee would consider looking at another quarterback besides starter Jonathan Crompton, Fulmer said, “Jon’s our quarterback.”

Crompton ranks 13th in the SEC in passing efficiency and 89th in the nation with a rating of 104.24. Only Mississippi State’s Wesley Carroll rates lower among SEC quarterbacks who average at least 10 attempts a game.

In laymen terms: that sucks. One would think with such numbers Crompton wouldn’t be so damned cocky, I mean that’s logical. Isn’t it? Logic at this point escapes this coaching staff and the Mountain (False) Messiah. Crompton was quoted as saying:

“We play for our football family, that’s each other. We know what we’re capable of as an offense. I know what our defense is capable of. That’s who we care about the most.”

When I read that I think wow the players are arrogant, self-centered and out of touch with their fan base… just like their coaches. Well… I’m glad to see that our highly paid coaching staff was able to teach them something.

Crompton is like a defective tampon, does not function for the entire period and has no second string. (In Fulmer’s eyes)

Do these guys think they’re playing a pick-up game in an open field somewhere? They represent something much bigger than themselves and there were empty seats last Saturday. That says everything that needs to be said about the state of things on Rocky Top.

2. Speaking of special teams, Brandon James ended up punishing the Vols for fifty-two yards on a kick return and for ninety-two yards and a touchdown on his two punt returns.  What are your thoughts on the decision to kick to James?

I don’t think it was the decision that was made by the coaches. Our punter, Chad Cunningham, sucks.

The Vols rank 118th out of 119 Division I Bowl Subdivision teams in net punting for the second week in a row. Of course the kicking has been on the decline for awhile now, but we don’t need a special teams coach, do we? No of course not!

Cunningham is an arrogant punk in my humble opinion look at the quote from GVX:

“You want it as far as possible over to the sideline as you can get it,” Cunningham said. “I could have definitely done a lot better punt than I gave our coverage team.

“I take blame for that. But I’m sure we probably missed a couple of tackles.”

I think Cunningham needs to shut his pie-hole.

I’m not surprised that Fulmer has stated that the walk-on punters would get an extended look in practice this week. I also wonder if it is because of the punting woes or due to the fact that Cunningham’s comments seem to throw the coverage unit under the bus. You either take responsibility or you don’t. End of story.

3. The boo birds were back on Saturday, and there was plenty to boo about.  There were quite a few throughout the game, but the loudest came when the team was booed when Tebow took the Gators into the Victory Formation.  What are your thoughts on fans booing our coaches/players on our home field?

I thought it to be disgraceful and embarrassing.

The booing is sickening. Some of the play was sickening, but there are ways to address that, and ultimately fire the AD and Fulmer which I feel is necessary. We didn’t boo the sorry play before, during, and after the when Majors was rebuilding team. I know things change, but football hasn’t actually changed that much since the forward pass.

I can understand frustration but booing a non-paid athlete is just plain wrong. I know some people were booing the coaching performance however the players on the field have no way of knowing that.

“That’s part of it,” UT coach Phillip Fulmer said. “There’s probably not anybody very happy with me right now. There’s probably not very many happy with the quarterback right now.”

At least the coach can recognize that he isn’t exactly liked right now but that doesn’t excuse booing your own players.

Think about it like this: Have we as a fan base sunken to level of South Carolina fans already?

4. In addition to the boo birds, there is another thing that is very aggravating to me about some Vols’ fans and really sports fans in general.  There were people leaving the stadium so fast that you would have thought real live gators had been let loose into the stands.  Explain why you are or are not a leaver?

I’m not a leaver. I’m there to support the University of Tennessee for better or for worse. Sunday when I went to grocery store I still wore a Tennessee t-shirt with out thinking about it. Why? Because that’s what fans do. GO VOLS!

5. I am going to call this question the “Quarterbacks and Coaches” question.  All I want to know is, where the heck do we go now with our current quarterbacks and coaches?

QB’s: Give Nick “The rifleman” Stephens a shot.

Coaches: Announce up front right now that Fulmer will NOT be retained for next years season and immediately start a search. By being up front and honest maybe the AD can work with Fulmer about being in an advisory role during the search, that way we can still hang on to some of the commented recruits. Yes I know Tennessee could win out this year but even if they do I feel he needs to go because it’s obvious the game has passed him by.

We need to fire Clawson now. He’s bust and he is really starting to make me miss Sanders.

I can’t complain about the defense so maybe, for now at least, keep Chavis where he is. All the other coaches can go after the season.

6.  In closing, how do you see this weekend’s game against Auburn unfolding?

Remember the movie Deliverance? About like that.

Be sure to stop by all other Roundtable member sites to review their answers.

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Here’s A Way To Keep Gas Prices Down

Posted by Joel Jackson on July 7, 2008

Everyone is being affected by the high gas prices in our country right now. Our company, like most businesses, is seeing transportation and manufacturing costs rise almost exponentially. The average American is spending more on gas than at any time in our country’s history. Sadly, this trend, according to some analysts, will continue through the end of the year. Currently, Obama and McCain have included plans to help alleviate the energy crisis, and from barbershops to flea markets, everyone has an answer…including me 😉

Yes, even a pagan such as myself has an answer to the gas crunch…

I would not dare suggest that we start drilling on the hallowed grounds of Notre Dame Stadium. But the Fighting Irish, warming up here last year against Navy (which Navy won), is the solution.

According to the World Almanac, in 1973, the average price of a gallon of gas in the U.S. was 51 cents a gallon. Notre Dame won the national title that year. Every year after, the price of gas went up on average of 3 cents a gallon. In 1977, gas was up to 65 cents a gallon. Notre Dame won the national title again. Gas prices did not rise again until 1979. But in 1980, gas went up into the 1 dollar range (right before the Gerry Faust era). When Lou Holtz delivered the Fighting Irish another title in 1986, gas actually went down to 93 cents, down from 1.20. Consequentially, gas prices experienced huge jumps in 1999 (when they were placed on probation under Bob Davie) and also in 2004 (when Ty Willingham was fired).

To me it is simple: We should all root for Notre Dame to win the national title this year. Get them a national TV contract. Continue to have high hopes for them, even if it may seem misguided. Give them a schedule that should guarantee some success. Like the great Paul Hornung said, “Get the black athlete”. Above all, someone in the national media, hell, make it two people in the national media, should stomp for them.

Only then the terrorists won’t win…Touchdown Jesus will…

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Tony Romo Escapes an Attempted Murder Charge

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on May 13, 2008

In apparent attempt to murder a stadium full of Cub fans. Tony Romo tried to sing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.” He obviously hates the Cubs and their fans worse than me. I do love how people booed him when he was introduced. Maybe this is the real reason T.O. broke down into crybaby bitch after losing in the first round of the playoffs.


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I Declare This Franchise is Isiah Thomas Free!!! (Sort of)

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on April 19, 2008

The rain stops. The clouds clear. A small beam of sunlight shines upon the Garden once again. At long last, Isiah Thomas is out as head coach of the New York Knicks. Finally, it was like watching a wounded animal.

In one of the most heavily expected firings in NBA history, incoming Knicks president Donnie Walsh announced late today he was firing that half-brained twit relieving Thomas of his coaching duties. But Thomas, still owed $18 million after receiving a long-term contract extension 13 months ago because Dolan is either an idiot or on some heavy drugs, will remain in the organization with no official title.

Basically Thomas will have to work for his $$$. He could be the unofficial janitor or the unofficial Walsh ball licker. The possibilities are endless, but it’s a mistake. Thomas is like a franchise cancer…

“I think Isiah remaining part of the franchise is good for the organization,” Walsh said on a conference call with reporters. “I value Isiah’s knowledge of the game and his opinions, so I will use him as a resource. Isiah will be reporting to me. There will be nobody reporting to Isiah.”

Heh. Anyone else see a Gimp suit in Isiah’s future?

Donnie Walsh: “Bring out Isiah.”
Jimmy Dolan: “But Isiah’s sleeping’.”
Donnie Walsh: “Well, I guess you’re gonna have to go wake him up now, won’t you?”

If he has meaningful input he should have been giving it since the start of the season and maybe he would still be the coach. If the Knicks are truly returning to sanity, Marbury and Randolph are on the next train out.

The Knicks finished 23-59, matching the franchise record for losses, in their seventh straight losing season.

“I can’t tell you really where we failed,” Walsh said. “The bottom line is we haven’t won, and the team didn’t look like it was motivated to try to win.”

Uhhh let’s see..this season alone, Thomas was found to have sexually harassed a former team employee, feuded with point guard Stephon Marbury and benched center Eddy Curry — the players Thomas acquired in the two biggest of a number of moves that never panned out. And to reiterate that’s this season alone.

“Obviously, when you’re losing, there has to be a culture change,” he said. “There’s no easy answer. … We’ve got to work 24-7 to become competitive.”

And Thomas will be a part of that. Why I don’t know…

“I feel like some of the bigger events that happened on the way with Isiah overshadowed some of the good things” that he accomplished, Walsh said.

“I will be in touch with Isiah a lot,” he said.

Every day at lunch. “Isiah, where’s my calzone? I smell calzone. Isiah?!”

Wow…the architect of some of the worst trades in NBA history? A sexual harassment scandal? Amazing….that they still want to keep him a part of the organization. I don’t understand how an organization in New York could tolerate so much from a guy, and yet keep him for janitorial duties. I mean it boggles the mind that he held both GM and coaching positions at the same time.

Help me decide what to do with Thomas if I had to keep him, what would be the end result?

a. Isaiah gets to section A-5 but brings a broom and a dustpan
b. Isaiah brings a mop and bucket, but to section c-6
c. Isaiah brings broom and dustpan to section c-6

Chants of “Fire Isiah!” sometimes started minutes after home games, and even Dolan’s strong relationship with Thomas couldn’t convince people the coach would last.

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This weeks Isiah Thomas sucks Post

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on January 30, 2008

Things aren’t really getting better for Isiah Thomas. It seems that his son Joshua “I’m a fuck up like dad except with less talent” Thomas was arrested recently by Bloomington Indiana police, for disorderly conduct and drinking alcohol while still being a minor.

The kicker is he was arrested after the Po Po had taken him to a local hospital to treat a swollen eye. Apparently someone in the bar hit him with a bottle or their fist. I wonder if that person was a New York Knicks fan. Oh wait never mind if they were then he would have been kidnapped and held until Thomas resigned.

When that day happens I’ll be ready to take over for Thomas. Here’s a detailed list of things I would do to make the Knicks a winning franchise again.

  1. Dangle Stephon Marbury off the Brooklyn Bridge, while asking him if he is ready to become a team player yet.
  2. Hire about 40,000 new fans.
  3. Show Eddie Curry tough love by ridiculing him for not going to college.
  4. Add Jason Kidd, Gilbert Arenas, Chauncey Billups & Steve Nash to the roster hoping to lure Tim Hardaway out of retirement.
  5. To promote team building exercises by having the team attack & disfigure James Dolan.
  6. Remind the players that every cog in the Knicks Franchise is important while they’re washing and waxing my car.
  7. Knowing what this team needs most is security and confidence that only a Hall of Fame coach can provide, try to re-hire Larry Brown.

Posted in boo birds, dumbass, Isiah Thomas, James Dolan, NBA, New York Knicks, Stephon Marbury | Tagged: , , , , , , | 1 Comment »

The Legend of Brian “The Roaming Gnome” VanGorder

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on January 25, 2008

It’s only a matter of time

It’s a story of betrayal, passion & greed. After five weeks of fruitless searches Steve God Spurrier thought he finally found his man. On December 19, 2007, Steve Spurrier’s official website, I still think I can, reported that VanGorder was joining Spurrier’s staff to become the new Defensive Coordinator for the University of South Carolina Fighting Gamecocks.

What Spurrier didn’t know was that VanGorder was pulling an extended Bobby Cremins on him and the Gamecock nation. (Snicker)

VanGorder really pulled the wool over the Ole Ball Sack coach’s eyes. Here are some of the comments that Steve God Spurrier had to say about VanGorder’s arrival.

“Blowing your assignment just can’t be acceptable. We just do those things way too often,” Spurrier said. VanGorder “is used to coaching very good defense. … I got to believe we’ll play better.”


“I just think he’s a real, good sharp guy who can really lead our defense,” Spurrier said. “And he’ll be in charge.”


“I think at this point stability is very, very important to me and my family,” he said. “The three-year contract is nice and I think that’s a statement for everybody. My intentions are to be at South Carolina and to be there a long time.”

VanGorder played the part perfectly as well. Here are some zingers he threw out there.

“I’m a college guy, I’ve declared. I’m committed”


“There are a couple things that attracted me there, starting with coach Spurrier,” VanGorder said.


“Second, I’m very aware of the South Carolina situation, I like the intensity of their program, it’s a very exciting place to play.


“And the location is comfortable for my wife and children.”


“I’ll enjoy all the things about college football that I always have and I won’t look back at the NFL,” he said. “That’s something I’ve put behind. I’m ready to finish my career as a college football coach.”


“I experienced something very similar [to Petrino] at Georgia Southern,” VanGorder said. “When you transition a program, especially in the first year, you have to take on a lot of issues. When you’ve been in the business and had nothing but success and your standards and expectations are so high, that first year can really, really grind on you.”

Spurrier was eating it up as well as the local press. Then on January 24, 2008 less than a month of arriving in Columbia, VanGorder either decided that Spurrier was to lax on discipline or the USC cheerleaders were to fat and decided to bolt back to Atlanta and become the defensive coordinator for the Falcons.

Well played VanGorder like they say in those Guinness commercials “Brilliant!”

Spurrier the Old Ball Sack coach wasn’t licked yet. After one phone call he had decided to hire another defensive coordinator and teach Bobby “Quitter” Petrino a lesson on how karma can be a big bad bitch at times.

Now welcome the third defensive coordinator for the Gamecocks in 8 weeks, Ellis “I was the second choice” Johnson. Johnson and VanGorder are both cut from the same mold. Both seem to quit within weeks after taking a job and neither one of them had signed contracts yet.

“Ellis Johnson has resigned as defensive coordinator,” Petrino said Thursday. “I spoke with Coach Johnson this morning and he felt like this is the best decision for his family. I certainly understand that. He and his wife are both from South Carolina and many of their relatives still reside in the state.”

And does Spurrier have to say about fucking over Arkansas?

“That’s Arkansas‘s problem now.”

Stay classy Old Ball Sack Coach but remember you could have had this man….

Coach 0 after 2 weeks of hard drinking and in a roid rage. yaw yaw yaw

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Dave Odom To Retire or Does ESPN Have it Wrong (Again)

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on January 17, 2008

Here in Columbia it’s the same crap everyday from the local radio sports shows. Everyone and their mother want Dave Odom to either get fired or retire. Honestly I can’t blame the USC fans for this. Don’t get me wrong I have no ill feelings toward the man, and from what I’ve seen he seems to be a classy guy.

When Tennessee was embarrassing the Gamecocks in basketball last Saturday night, a disturbing trend was occurring. Odom, who is in his seventh season, was greeted with a smattering of boos during pre-game introductions and as USC fell further and further behind the fans let him have it. The chants were horrid trust me. Hopefully some of the Lame Gamecock fans will boo their drunken USC student body president was arrested earlier this month.

Now ESPN claims to have another “scoop”, kinda like that scoop about Les “Big Hat Little Penis” Miles leaving LSU to take the Michigan job. Andy Katz of ESPN is claiming Dave Odom will retire in the “near” future. Of course Odom is stating that the internet rumors are false. Given ESPN’s recent track record I’m inclined to believe Odom. Of course if he does announce his retirement tomorrow then that means Odom is a liar. One or the other. USC just beat Arkansas at Arkansas last night. Until last night the Hogs were undefeated at home this year.

Only time will tell if Odom is true to his word or a liar. In any event USC sucks in both football and basketball.

This I proclaim on 1/17/08.


Posted in boo birds, Dave Odom, ESPN, SEC Basketball, SEC Coaches, South Carolina Gamecocks, Tennessee Volunteers, USC | Tagged: , , , , , , , | 5 Comments »

Tennessee Beats Wisconsin & Their Whiney Coach.

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on January 1, 2008

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Ok the Depression Outback bowl is over & surprisingly Tennessee won. Normally I wouldn’t be so surprised however normally we don’t have the OC leaving to coach his suicide at Duke and another coach that is leaving to be a part of the “I’m 40, I’m a man!” club at Oklahoma State.This was by far one of the better bowl games so far. Definitely better than Michigan beating Florida, by the way thanks Florida.

“I’m excited about where we are, and I’m even more excited about where we’re headed, even with the staff changes,” Fulmer said. “I think that gives us a chance to even be excited about something new and different. I’m looking forward to it.”I glad Fulmer it was a well deserved win. Now shut-up and hire an OC so recruiting can begin. Of course the opposing coach Bret “Ouch don’t hurt my players” Bielema found a reason to complain about the refs. He also complained about how the Vols beat up his QB and stole his lunch money.

“There are a lot of things we can take from this game, to be able to be in a position that we were, and not come out with a win, it’s a difference of little things along the way from the opening snap to the final snap there at the end. One of the issues we’ve gone over as coaches and are warned about, any helmet-to-helmet is going to be called,” the Wisconsin coach said. “The back judge did the proper thing and apologized that he missed the call. I’m such a woman.”

Wah wah wah shut the fuck up. All season long Tennessee has hardly sacked anyone, the fact they were able to even touch your “running” QB says your offensive line is extremely weak. Tennessee dominated in every state possible. Of course the refs did try to help Wisconsin by stopping the clock when they failed to get a first down with seconds left, but Fulmer isn’t crying about that.

When you win you don’t have to cry.

So this concludes the 2007 season of Tennessee football. However we here at YMSWWC will continue to make fun of Tennessee every chance we get.

In the meantime be prepared to usher in a force whose mother is a lot tougher and crankier than Mitch Mustain’s. It’s time for the…

This I proclaim on 1/1/08.


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