Now with full motion pictures! Yeah, I know it seems we’re piling on at this point, but, on a hunch, I just happened to be over at You’re So Right, Carl. I also just happened to come across this video of a fan documenting his expedition to find the end of the seemingly endless queue of Bama faithful waiting to gaze upon the crystal egg representing their 8th, 13th, or 38th National Championship (depending on who you ask).
Make sure you make it to the end, because he starts to freak out a bit when he realizes he’s gonna be hangin’ out in Wal-Mart for awhile. Enjoy.
It may sound like a bedtime story, but this is straight truth (as Pat notes in the video below). It’s all quite simple, really: Back when the Haitians were under the thumb of ole Puss in Boots (that’s Napoleon Bonaparte, for you kids out there), they were so desperate for freedom and independence from the French that they made a deal with the Devil. Well, as any good history book will tell you, the Devil obliged in 1804, and the rest is history (albeit not always the prettiest).
Oh, and apparently this may have pissed God off, which is bad, and so God sent his earthquake to remind Haiti that making deals with the Devil comes at quite a price; even if you don’t get the call from the creditor for a little over 200 years.
Thereafter, God presumably asked Pat, being the model ambassador for Christianity and religion that Pat is, to make sure he got the word out, and so he did. And it was good… (DBJ is on a roll with good tips today, too)
By now you’ve all heard about Lane Kiffin (AKA Lame Kitten, to SEC fans) returning to LA to head up USC’s program. He’s apparently bringing a dynamite staff with him, too: Monte, recruiting and DL extraordinaire, Ed Orgeron, and even offensive guru Norm Chow, according to reports.
How’s the rest of the top flight coaching talent in the country reacting to this, though? Well, that’s gonna require quite a bit of digging, but Frumpzilla has happened to get its paws on Florida coach, and former Kiffin rival, Urban Meyer’s reaction upon hearing about the shakeup at tonight’s Kentucky-Florida basketball game: