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Phillip Fulmer to the rest of the SEC “These are what brass balls are, anyone else have a set?”

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on August 8, 2007

Ahhh football less than a month away and everyone is excited. So excited that instead of administrating discipline most SEC coaches are avoiding it. Like Steve Spurrier that should have kicked his QB off the team last year for sucker punching an 18 year old bouncer only give him a 2 day vacation break for further violating team rules. Then there’s Les “Big Hat Small Penis” Miles that gave his QB another break even though he’s listed as a person of interest in a counterfeiting probe. And who can forget about all the gaytor arrests that have taken place since January?

Now let’s talk about my beloved Tennessee. See Phil understands what true discipline is. Because at Tennessee the sick will get handed discipline on a stick.

“Tennessee tailback LaMarcus Coker, the team’s leader in rushing last season, has been suspended indefinitely, coach Phillip Fulmer said Tuesday.

Fulmer did not say what kind of violation Coker had committed, but referred to an unspecified medical condition.”

Umm…wow…that’s all I can say at this point.

“LaMarcus is a good person and has been diligent working with a medical situation,” Fulmer read from a prepared statement after the team’s first practice in full pads. “We’ve worked with him through it, but that doesn’t excuse where we are at this point.”

“He must fulfill some obligations to the program and to me before he can return,” Fulmer said. “I have tried, as has the administration, to work with him, but at this time he must help himself.”

Ugh!!! I want to know just what kind of medical condition can get someone suspended. Was it drugs, booze or admiring West Virginia’s baby-butt soft schedule? See folks Phil might not be the brightest coach, but at least he sticks by his overly advert (at times) moral guns. I’m sure there’s more to this than what is or can be reported.

“When asked if he could elaborate on Coker’s medical condition, Fulmer said: “It goes back a ways. It’s just part of the whole scenario. Because of the laws — and his privacy — I can’t really comment on it. There’s more to it.”

See I was right, I wonder if Ainge can tell me something.

“UT quarterback Erik Ainge didn’t go into details either, but he did say he thought Coker had turned a corner this summer.

“I really thought, especially in the month of July, that LaMarcus had come around and was doing the right things,” Ainge said following practice. “Obviously, I don’t know (what Coker did), and I’m not entitled to say everything. He just needs to take care of his business. Obviously, he wasn’t.

That’s no help…thanks a lot…by the way your uncle can’t draft NBA players for shit. Now where was I? Oh yeah I’m sure if pressed by losing or the fans Phil might get a case of Urban-Miles OBSC’itous. Who the hell am I kidding? Phil is a stubborn ass moron who can’t be like other coaches and be easy on players who make “mistakes” rock when it comes to situations like this. When further news develops, I’ll let you know. And I bet you people didn’t think I would bash Tennessee…Ha wrong again.

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