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Exclusive Update on the Tennessee Coaching Search: DudeYouCrazy HAS Been in Touch With A.D., Others

Earlier today I got tired hearing about Tennessee’s turmoil and decided to take one for the team.  I hate Tennessee but I also hate hearing about their turmoil.  I figured I could handle the job and a short while ago I reached out to the Vols Administration (specifically Dave Hart – Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics (the D of A), Jon Gilber – Executive Senior Associate Athletic Director (ESAAD for short) and David Blackburn – Senior Associate Athletics Director/Football Administration (SAAD/FA).

The following is a screenshot of that email, the only modifications I’ve made are the deletion of my own personal information (I used my personal account, not my DYC address – I always welcome mail to, but not so much my personal) and that of my contacts (I don’t need you emailing WifeYouCrazy or Tom Brokaw and saying you got their contact info from me).

If you want to actually read it, you're going to have to click it baby!

If you want to actually read it, you’re going to have to click it baby!


I have not yet heard from the D of A, the ESAAD or the SAAD/FA, but I promise to keep you all up-to-date with any and all progress that is made.  And, for what it’s worth if when I’m Coaching in Knoxville next year, I will continue to post daily on and I will continue to support the Georgia Bulldogs.


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The Tennessee Vols’ Coaching Search in One Picture

Tennessee is struggling.  They knew they wanted Dooley out, and then fans just knew for sure that Jon Gruden would leave his posh life for the chance to live in Knoxville.  And then they thought they had Mike “I’m a man” Gundy. And now they continue to look as jobs continue to fill up.

Click to enlarge. It's totally worth it.

Click to enlarge.


Charlie Strong, anyone?  Maybe?


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This Georgia fan is Devastated that Petrino Isn’t Going to be at Auburn

Auburn has taken a “win at all costs” mentality under current athletic director Jay Jacobs (and a history of NCAA allegations would indicate a much longer trend).  The Tigers have been the center of controversy (Cam Newton’s money and Nick Fairley’s altered high school transcript), turmoil (now looking for a third coach since 2008) and occasionally unparalleled success (Heisman Trophy and BCS National Championship in 2010).  Has Auburn done things the right way?  I’m not so sure.  But they have done things the Auburn way.

Bobby Petrino would have done things the Auburn way.  He would have lied (he secretly interviewed for an un-vacant position at Auburn while remaining the head coach at Louisville, he lied about taking the Atlanta Falcons job before taking it a few days later, he resigned mid-season in 2007 after telling the Falcons he wasn’t going anywhere days before he left for Arkansas).  He would have cheated  (ask his wife about that).  He would have recruited (ask his mistress’s fiancée about that).  He would have stabbed you in the back (Tubberville, Louisville, Atlanta and Arkansas could all serve as witnesses here).  And he would have even won some games (he’s 75-26 as a college head coach).

Bobby Petrino would have given Georgia fans further vindication in their hatred for Auburn.  Bobby Petrino would have given Auburn wins that would undoubtedly be followed by black eyes or even tire marks.  Bobby Petrino is the right man for Auburn.

Now we’re just stuck with the new Chizik and his nutso wife.

That’s all I got/


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