According to ESPN's Joe Schad Arkansas has decided to part ways with football head coach Bobby Petrino. Who would have thought the whole "if you nailed a girl half your age in your office who was engaged to someone you work with you yourself a currently married man with kids and then crashed your hog with your mistress with you while giving you reach arounds and then lie to your superiors about the whole thing" would get you fired? I just didn't see this coming at all. Sometimes the heart wants what the heart wants and now Petrino can enjoy his time off from his job, his family, shit basically his whole life.
Before you even ask the leading candidate and pretty much the only candidate I can think of to replace Petrino will be Arkansas State head coach Gus Malzahn, a former Razorback player and offensive coordinator. Malzahn is familiar with the conference, the state, and can recruit with the best of them. This might turn into an Ohio State situation where the school actually upgrades at the head coaching position despite a scandal. You gotta love college football!
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Via The Chris Vernon Show comes the ballad that is bound to become the state song of Arkansas. Alabama may have "Sweet Home Alabama" but they sure as shit don't have "The Ballad of Bobby Petrino."
Now go ahead and get the Bobby Petrino shirt you've been dying for...
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 11:47 AM
The Miami Herald has this picture of hundreds of protesters freaking out because an idiot baseball manager said he likes Fidel Castro. This is actually great news for the Marlins organization. They now have more fans showing up to protest than people who buy tickets. As they say in business there is no such thing as bad publicity and the Marlins and Ozzie Guillen are getting a ton of it right now.
I still think they are there to protest that monstrosity in the outfield and not Guillen's words of support for ole Fidel. But hey maybe that's just me. Here are Guillen's exact words about Castro:
“He’s a bull—- dictator and everybody’s against him, and he still survives, has power. Still has a country behind him,’’ Ozzie replied. “Everywhere he goes, they roll out the red carpet. I don’t admire his philosophy; I admire him.’’
What do you think about Guillen's 5 game suspension? Too harsh or about right? Another shitstorm caused by the media distorting the words and facts?
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 9:29 AM
It's all about forgiving, forgetting, and of course winning in Arkansas. Woo Pig Sooie!!!!
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Oh yeah here is a not weird at all video of the Save Coach Petrino Rally via ShirtsWithRandomTriangles
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 9:07 AM
Oh those funny Canadians are at it again. Our friendly neighbor up north gave us the hilarious "Kids in the Hall" series and imported such stars as Jim Carrey, Dan Akroyd, Leslie Nielsen, and Phil Hartman among others to our national airwaves. And now two young females Canucks are going after the funny sexual innuendo t-shirt business. Their infatuation is for Blue Jays catcher JP Arencibia who is known to throw from his knees...
"HEY JP, IT'S B-JAY TIME!" and "JP, CHECK OUT MY DUGOUT"
Remember ladies, no glove, no love.
Via TheBigLead via Jimmy Traina
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 7:28 AM