Where to begin with this? Why exactly is the football team posing with its shirt off in front of a Lamborghini? I mean I realize its a photo shoot, but what magazine/calendar/etc are they shooting for? I can’t imagine the everyday UT fan wants to see this? Why do some of the players have large chains on their neck and back? Why are they all flexing? What is the word I’m looking for to describe this scene? So many questions….just watch.
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The Vol’s senior guard Jordan Howell can play the piano and sing…and is feeling sexy enough to tackle the mighty Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get It On” like only a white kid from Alabama doing what sounds like a cover of Ben Folds Five covering Marvin Gaye can. He’s even done a favor for us and stuck it up on Youtube for us all to watch and
enjoy cringe. I’d say stick to basketball but he’s averaging only 5.4 points a game so…um…yea, i hope he finishes up that degree in finance and gets a good job.
Straight Balla’ stuff right there, so much so, he’s even got his own fanclub on Facebook titled “Jordan Howell Usta be a bench warmin Screech look-a-like, now he’s a BALLA!”. Hilarious.
The only fraud that was committed was me thinking that I knew what it was like… that I really understood what it was like to be married, and I really didn’t.
The assclown says not so fast my friend. The other fraud was fronting like you were a Tenneesee fan when you are really a Florida fan.
The only thing worse than being a loser is being a two time loser. We’re not ones to make fun of family strife … unless sports are involved. Kenny Chesney bought into the Renee Zellweger hype and lost. Instead of learning his lesson, he decided to double up and go all in on Tim Tebow. The Georgia Bulldogs would like to thank Chesney for his interest in the Florida Gators and wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors. The Tennessee Vols wish he was never born.
Such talk began in March after Chesney performed in Gainesville, Fla., the home of the University of Florida Gators, one of the University of Tennessee’s fiercest Southeastern Conference rivals. At a concert there, Gator football fans came up on stage and put their team’s helmet on Chesney’s head.
With the helmet firmly in place, Chesney continued to entertain the crowd, who loved the sight of seeing their favorite country music star wearing the symbol of their pride.
Local fan anger was raised again in September when Chesney attended this year’s Vols-Gator game in Gainesville, which the Vols lost, 59-20. There, he was spotted mingling with Florida supporters and seen posing for photographs with cheerleaders and the mascot for the Gators.
Chesney’s lifetime loyalty to the Vols is being questioned by Tenneesee fans who are furious about his fraternization with other SEC past and present greats like the ol’ ballcoach Steve Spurrier.
“He’s been to a lot of shows,” Chesney said. “So if anybody sees me and Steve down on the sidelines, me saying ‘hi’ (to him), don’t ask for my head on Monday morning on WIVK.”
At least he’s not rubbing shoulders with original Judas Nick Saban.