Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by mach316, Oct 4, 2010.
That's a dam good analogy.
As an old intel operator, I found this hysterical....
" How well does the United States respond to Kim Jong-Il's decision-making in North Korea? We have entire teams of geniuses at the CIA trying to decipher and respond to the decisions of a mad man dictator.
Yet, we still have no idea what's coming next. Our entire national policy toward North Korea is basically to stay out of their way. Les Miles is definitely the Kim Jong-Il of college football and Miles was in the midst of a Kim Jong-Il style implosion.
It has the added advantage of being true. I regret I find it funny, but I do.
an offense that couldnt score on bourbon street with a pocket full of hundreds is worried about scoring too quickly?
even les wouldnt say this with a straight face.
The article said 24 plays. Obviously he was mistaken. 17 plays doesn't make it a whole lot better. Wouldn't go bragging it to my friends.
Now that was hilarious. I’ll have to reread it again after I catch my breath.
I know it was Less Miles’ version of his 2-minute offense.
This was pretty cool too: