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.
Vince has had some good and bad, but personally I like:
Clay Pigeons, Wedding Crashers, Old School, and Dodgeball.
Great move by AU on the Pearl hire. I must admit as a Johnny Vol, this stings. I was/am a big fan of Bruce. Say what you will but, I believe the man went 3-1 against those back-to-back champion Florida teams with Dane Bradshaw at power forward.
Looks like in the future Auburn is raising the bar and UT will be lowering the curtains.
Patrick Henry, Patrick Roy, Patrick Sajak, and Danica Patrick
Maybe not the most famous, but sound cool to me:
Edward R. Murrow, Booker T. Washington, RC Slocum, and finally FRED G. SANFORD
Bernard King, Larry Bird, The Pistol, and James "Fly" Williams (Austin Peay). If you're under 40, you probably never heard of the Fly. If you ever saw him play, you'd never forget him.