The 8th's very own JT5 got to get in a call in today's hard fought victory against out of conference rival, and very good football team, Tennessee Tech.
In case you missed it, being wrapped up in the excitement of being bowl eligible for the third straight year, we have transcribed the call below.
Originally Posted by JT5
"3rd and 16, Dobbs back to pass..looking....looking....got a man! Complete to a wide open Josh Smith for a 4 yard gain, and steps out of bounds on the near sideline!.....boy,
Brad and I came in to UT as freshmen together. Freshmen had to be there 3 days before the upper classmen. A few of us linemen types were out on the practice field doing things on our own. We came upon these padded 2x12's that were planted in the ground. We figured out that these were for giving forearms and rolling to the next one and repeat. Well three of us went and did what we thought the drill should be. Brad went last. The very first one that Brad gave a forearm to, he broke the board off.
The Hawkeyes are a fresh canary for the Brick Mines. Don't get me wrong, there is already a growing pile of twitching and gasping little birds laying at the feet of Lyle Jones. But let's play pretend for a moment and go on a little journey of the mind:
Let's say you are a sunshine-pumping true fan. Butch is the man, and is turning this program around before your very asymmetric eyes and the evidence for this is seemingly right underneath your bulbous troglodytic nose. I know, I know,
Alright fellow Volunteers, here is how I see things as of now.
Based on the limited information of one week of college football, the perception of teams of the SEC fall into three tiers:
The gentry class teams include the perennially powdered Alabama and LSU, scandalously underachieving Georgia, and defending conference champion Auburn. Note that since there are three of these teams in the West, at least one of them is going to lose
In his article, Gary Parrish trots out the canard of the petition demanding Cuonzo's firing and throws in some nice unsubstantiated racism claims as well. I thought that was lazy and/or reprehensible on his part, though his position is certainly not unique among his peers (looking at you Dana O'Brien).
Anyways, with regards to the petition and racism: who ultimately made the decision to not make a bigger, longer-term commitment to Cuonzo? It's Dave Hart, right? I'm sure there was