You sure you want to go there, Aggies? Bobby Petrino? THE Bobby Petrino?
All that guy is gonna bring to your program is road rash. (If you get that reference, great. If not, I certainly just amused myself.)
Bobby Petrino? This is an act of desperation by Jimbo, I get it. Jimbo should feel desperate. Because he is desperate.
Know this. There are a lot of big-money Old Ags that ain’t gonna like this. Of course, they like losing even less.
I’m guessing that some of you have jumped to the conclusion that I somehow objected to ESPN’s Dan Orlovsky leading an on-air prayer for Damar Hamlin. Quite the contrary. I thought it was beautiful, and completely appropriate.
OK. I ain’t your damn librarian. But for those of you who are not too lazy to seek it out, check out a piece that was published in the Washington Post late Wednesday explaining why NOBODY was lying about the “five minute warmup” flap Monday night. Joe Buck was not lying. Neither was Troy Vincent from the NFL. The explanation was EXACTLY as I explained it in yesterday morning’s daily video. Nobody was lying here. Nobody was a bad guy. This event—tragic as it was—was competently and compassionately addressed by an awful lot of good guys.
I apologize for my tardiness here. I deeply mourn the passing of Cliff Gustafson. Coach Gustafson was as fine a man as I have ever known.
OK. I started this post with some Aggie snark. Might as well end it the same way. The A&M basketball equipment manager left the team’s jerseys at the hotel prior to last night’s game at Florida. They had to go back and get them, which delayed the start of the game. The ref T’d ‘em up for that.
What’s the big deal? Some of the best pickup games I ever played in were “Shirts and Skins.”
Oh, who ultimately won the game? That’s third graf stuff. You’re gonna have to “do your own research.” As I said earlier, I ain’t your damn librarian.