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    Objection! Your Honor, let the records show that tl;dr mentioned possible UT coaching hires without mentioning John Gruden which, as we all know, is not in accordance with the so-called "Chucky" statute instituted during the 2008 college football season which states that any and all lists of possible future UT coach hirings must include John Gruden. However, in light of this past weekend's knock out at Neyland, we will urge that the court show mercy if tl;dr will amend his list to include Bob Stoops.
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    this female journalist goes all in on cam https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/cam-newton-shows-what-he-knows-and-what-he-clearly-doesnt/2017/10/05/d03fecd2-a9e3-11e7-850e-2bdd1236be5d_story.html?utm_term=.9a46eab85654 I just don’t know if I’ll be able to read all those funny, squiggly, complicated lines on paper, showing what a curl is. But for his sake, I’ll try. And in return I’ll show him how to check his appearance in the mirror to make sure the tilt of his hat is properly jaunty. Also, how to hide his overt, obvious irritation when someone turns the subject to his receivers instead of himself. After all, we women who cover the NFL have spent years hiding our impatience dealing with average quarterbacks with below-average verbal skills. My list of questions for Cam Newton only begins with what a dig route is, and what is a post. There are so many, many things I need him to explain to me. Such as: How can you overthrow multiple 6-foot-5 receivers? When you throw the thing to the whatchamacallit, and the other team catches it instead, does that make you feel sad? Please tell me more about how to balance academics and athletics at Auburn University? Is there a good fence for stolen goods in Gainesville, Fla.? Can you come over and kill a spider for me?
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    Or could he leave way earlier than he had planned? a junior should be a leader and I wouldn't call this a great example of leadership. He should know better and could Kirby make an example. I could only imagine when Kirby got that call. Whoa
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    Patrick is determined to join his friend Rivers. That will pretty much put him out until the South Carolina game or longer depending on how the 40% is determined. Oh well, hope it was worth it. Next man up. Maybe we can find someone who is more serious about playing football than smoking weed during the season.
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    Lol this was a good read. Gruden will pretty much be mentioned in every Tennessee coaching search until he gets too old. I could be wrong, but I don't see him leaving unless they give him a ridiculous amount of money.
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    Exactly my point. Our best higher education schools are private. Our worst higher education schools are "state schools". When you take away the free market and competition from an industry the end result is a poorly managed bureaucracy with poor results. See: our public education, etc... I call bullsh*t. The results speak for themselves. The top (private) schools are in competition with each other to provide the best education. This competition raises the bar. With our public education system, there is no competition and our system sucks. Our public educaiton system does NOT suck. As I said, the fact that the best shcools exist in a free market environment does not mean that schools that exist in the public realm are not good schools. You are making a claim that does not logically follow in the least. What's worse, the results of your flawed claim would be, over time, hundreds of millions of Americans with no college education..at the cost of a few dollars. Why do you not yelp as loudly about the American taxpayer money being spent in Iraq? where is that thread? Where are those Youtube and Fox links? Because it's not the money that you're concerned about. It's the dogma. And that's what's wrong with this country. Where did you go to college, and did you pay full price every year?