Thursday, August 21, 2008

QBs, RBs, and A Sign Of The Apocalypse

The PTR has an article up which truly dives, face-first, into the QB controversy swirling around Penn State. They really did their homework and even managed to wrangle an interview with reclusive Penn State Quarterbacks Coach Jay Paterno.
Jay is apparently searching for this man:
"You ideally want to have a No. 1 guy, because you want leadership," Jay Paterno said. "You want to know who goes into the game at the end. Game's on the line, two minutes to go, we've got to drive to win the game, there's got to be a guy who knows that's his role."
If you see him, please, give Jay a call and give him a heads up.

WJAC-TV has a video report of the Running back battle going on. Though they refuse to allow me to embed said video here. Regardless, has anyone told WJAC-TV that there is no RB controversy? I mean, both Royster and Green are going to get a chance to play. Probably at the same time! Needless to say, this is an incredibly insightful and relevant report regarding the "RB Controversy" at PSU. Fuck.

Eleven Warriors takes a gander at this years Nittany Lions. It is an even-handed and insightful examination of the Lions. However, if you just can't take another "Joe is so old...." joke I would steer clear.

As is this video wasn't enough to make you think that the world was coming to an end....

Joe is going to be involved in a call-in Radio show called: The Nittany Lion Hotline. I mean, Joe hates taking questions from media folks so now he is going to jump into the world of sports talk radio? I don't think this is headed anywhere good. Does the phrase: You don't know what you're talking about!?!?!?!" mean anything to you? It will. Trust me, it will.

I AM FUCKING FIRED UP! BLAAAAAAAAA!


FOOOOTBAAAAAAAAAWL!

1 comment:

jd said...

"Game's on the line, two minutes to go, we've got to drive to win the game, there's got to be a guy who knows that's his role."

like overriding ganter, and calling a f@#cking awful play with a game on the line?

jay paterno's play-calling strategy:
jay: "i think we should run this play"
//rolls 12-sided dice

does jay actually believe he knows what it is like to be a competant QB, let alone a leader? Why the f$%k is he our most vocal coach?