Sunday, September 13, 2015

Logic Is Not His Strength

The grass eater from Baton Rouge was interviewed after the game and said that he was not bothered by the Mississippi State quarterback completing six out of six passes on a fourth quarter scoring drive that potentially would tie the game because only one of those pass completions went for a touchdown.

We do have to remember that the man is a foorball coach, not a professor of logic.

Gus Malzahn, who at least has better culinary judgememt, admits that Auburn "has some work to do," but says that, "the bottom line is that we are two and oh." The bottom line is that your team stinks & has has been lucky twice.

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