Continuing with the political theme:
How about Steve Largent, JC Watts, Jim Bunning, and "Dollar" Bill Bradley.
Ran across this on the inter-web if anyone cares. Thought it was interesting to say the least:
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Faulkner quarterback Terrell Robinson has been named the Mid-South Conference's offensive player of the week, the conference office announced Monday afternoon.
Robinson, a senior transfer from Chattanooga, sparkled Saturday night in a 45-24 victory over Southeastern, passing for 320 yards and four touchdowns and rushing 121 yards and another score. With the win the 10th-ranked Eagles moved to 2-0 on the season heading into this weekend's MSC battle with Union (Ky.)
No. 1 Overall - Clowney
Falcons 1st - Clowney
Titans - Blake Bortles
SEC in first - 10
Murray - 3rd Round St. Louis
Was that Rockne's or Leslie Neilsen's Gipper speech. The one Leslie gave in Airplane was pretty moving.
I have to agree with B-I-B and Stewie with regards to Hart. Is he supposed to come out publicly and defend every coach when they get lit up on social media. In this day and age that would be a full time job. Fans get irate when the team is not producing, some times a little to the extreme. Tennessee does not own a patent on the practice of bill boards, petitions, fire Coach X websites, and the like.
Media folks like Dana O'Neal love to pick low hanging fruit. It is not like they lost a Cal. or Donovan. I believe that during the time of the petition, Hart fully intended to get rid of him. They went on that run and made things difficult for him. Funny how things work out sometimes. Best of luck to Conzo. I think he is a fine man.
Phil, Westwood, Adam Scott, and Charl Schwartzel
Maybe Saban could kiss the replay offical that gave him the extra second against Auburn.
Buster Keaton, Chevy Chase, Peter Sellers, and Leslie Nielsen
In reply to an earlier post:
If Counzo has any thoughts of the Vol Nation being fair weather, maybe he should not have been losing to T A&M twice, Vandy, UTEP, among others. If the losses would have been against the Louisvilles, Kansases, or Mich. States of the world, I think the Vol Nation would have been a lot more forgiving. Good job by him now with how his team is playing.
Someone once said: "You are what your record says you are".
I'll join you in the crow on the Conz. I have found that if you take it beak first and clip the claws, it will go down easier. The critics were right to be on him a couple of months ago, when this team was underachieving. He has turned them around and they are playing like the team we expected to see this year. Cudos to him as he deserves a lot of credit now. They have not just been good in the tournament, but bordering on dominant. Hopefully they will keep playing at that level, because the competition is going to be much tougher now.
Jay, got to stick with Clay Pigeons (one of my cult favorites). Too many "That's Money" lines in Swingers.