The former murder suspect has undergone a "Madonna turns British" like transformation and has convinced himself that he is now an expert on socioeconomic trends and if he speaks in a loud raspy whisper, it makes him intelligent and motivational. A few quotes from a recent interview with ESPNs Sal Paolantonio...
"Do this research if we don't have a season -- watch how much evil, which we call crime, watch how much crime picks up, if you take away our game"
While I definitely support the fact that crime will rise, I have some misgivings about his reasoning. When asked what he meant by the above comment, he gave the following reason:
"Who in the hell is Mel Kiper? My neighbor has more credentials than Mel Kiper, and my neighbor is a mailman..."
I can't wait for this year's draft to end so coverage of the 2012 NFL Draft can start.
Someone make one of these in one take. Otherwise, is it really that impressive without the context of how many attempts it takes to make each throw?
Jon Gruden: So... give me an example of a play you called at Auburn...
Close your eyes and listen to this interview and tell me if it's a white guy or black guy answering the questions.