So, this week, WVU has to play the idiots up north, aka the Oakland Douchebag Academy Tabby Cats in what has become known as the “Backyard Sprawl” for ODA because they can’t win in it.
Last year, ODA fired their beloved head coach, Dave Wannstache. They hired a woman beater named Mike Haywood(jablowme). When they realized that hiring a woman beating thug wasn’t good PR, they went out and got former Tulsa Golden Monsoon coach Todd Graham.
Yes, this is the cheating bastard they scraped up from Conference USA at the last second…
Wait, you think he’s an honorable coach? Then, you’ve got another thing comin‘.
UH offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen has a more blunt way of describing the practice of faking injuries: “We view it as cheating.” The 2009-2010 NCAA Football rule book agrees, stating: “Deliberately teaching players to violate the rules is indefensible. The coaching of intentional holding, beating the ball, illegal shifting, feigning injury, interference, illegal forward passing or intentional roughing will break down rather than aid in the building of the character of players.”
By the way, did you know that The Cheater also didn’t bring a lot of his own staff with him? Nope. He brought along a staff from Michigan that went 15-22 under The Product. Want some mugshots and info about the traitors otherwise known as the “Prod Rod Sloppy Seconds Band”? Comin’ up tomorrow!!!
Now, we finally get to the tale of the tape.
That’s right, I wanted to put this on a t-shirt, but couldn’t because of the logos used. Oh well. Thanks to our friend Josh King for this graphic early on.
Anyway, here’s the actual “tale of the tape.”
So, as you can see, Holgorsen’s offenses can obliterate Graham’s teams at will.
So, that ends today’s “Hate Pitt Week” entry on my end. Tomorrow, we’ve got information on the Benedict Arnolds that reside up north.
“Oops… I just crapped myself… LUNCHTIME!”
Link of interest: Todd Graham’s Inferno (based on Dante’s “The Divine Comedy.”)