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10 Names You Might Hear On The Radio Show Tomorrow

This will be KSR’s first UK coaching search and we can already tell it’s going to be a wild ride from what we’ve heard in the past few weeks.  Rumors are flying like inbound private airplanes and a lot of them are so absurd you can’t help but laugh at how they even came about. So, as we get ready to take calls from people like a close friend of a co-worker of Tom Coughlin’s nephew, here are some of the names you can expect to hear and how the radio call will go.



“Any truth to the Nick Saban rumors?  He’s gotta be bored down there in Alabama and ready for a new challenge.  Plus, with his ego, I think he’d consider coming to Kentucky to try to turn the program from a bottom-feeder to national champion. It’d show everybody that he’s the best college coach ever. He’d do it if Mitch would make him the highest paid coach in the country.”


“He’s changed, Matt. He hit rock bottom and he’s desperately trying to repair his image with the public. He’s won everywhere he’s gone so Kentucky would be crazy not to hire him. He would say yes in heartbeat. HIRE PETRINO!”


“Hey, Matt. First-time caller here. What about Jim Tressel? Kentucky won’t make a bowl next year with that tough schedule so Tressel’s one-year bowl ban won’t even matter. Bring the vest to UK!”


“I’m not hearing anyone mentioning Jon Gruden. Everybody knows he’s tired of working in TV and he wants to get back into coaching. A lot of people think he’ll go to Tennessee but he might consider the Cats if we can beat the Vols for a second straight year.”


“Taggert’s already shown he can beat an SEC in Commonwealth Stadium! He has just as many wins in Lexington as Joker does in 2012!”


“John Madden was at Bluegrass Airport over the weekend. My friend told me. Never mind the fact he hates flying. My friend wouldn’t make it up.”


“Rex’s dad, Buddy Ryan, lives in Shelbyville so don’t you think Rex would consider Kentucky if the Jets fire him this season?”


“Dig him up!”


“Matt, I saw yesterday where Sean Payton’s contract with the Saints was voided by the NFL. He almost came to Kentucky last time we needed a coach so we know he’s interested in the job. Mitch should pull out the checkbook and make it happen!”


“If Coach Cal had good coordinators to handle the Xs and Os, I think he could coach both teams. We’d get the best talent in the country because every kid wants to play for Coach Cal.”

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

78 Comments for 10 Names You Might Hear On The Radio Show Tomorrow

  1. Big Diesel
    8:33 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    On a serious note, #bringbrentpeasetouk

  2. Maxbps8
    8:36 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    TRESSEL is PERFECT for UK!!!

  3. The dude
    8:37 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I want Jon Gruden!!!!

  4. imnotthefiveo
    8:38 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    list is missing Tony Dungy, Bill Cowher and Bill Parcells….

  5. No Nothing Bill Says
    8:39 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Get the vest, he runs the program the right way , Ask the General. We might even get Bobby to like us. Can’t hurt now, can it?

  6. Mike Tirico
    8:42 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    What about me?

  7. BBN
    8:43 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    We want tressel!!!

  8. BigBlue
    8:43 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Gruden’s uncle’s sister’s mother’s cousin’s daughter in law lives in Georgetown. I heard he was looking at horse farms north of Lexington.

  9. SeoulCat
    8:43 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    On a serious note, no OC in the SEC in 2012 has done less (results) with more (talent) than Pease. His offense at Florida is anemic, which is why many in Gainsville want to see him hit the road after this season.

  10. PDubDiddy
    8:43 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Payton was only interested because he wife has ties here. They’re divorcing and he just bought a huge house in DFW. Ain’t gonna happen. Why isn’t anyone mentioning Mike Stoops? Bud Foster? Josh Heupel? I’d even take a look at Coach Fran.

  11. theSkinny81
    8:44 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink


  12. johnnypittman
    8:44 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    You forgot Lou Holtz & Kirk Herbstreit…

  13. Old Henry Man
    8:45 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Butch Davis is my choice

  14. blitzedanddazed
    8:47 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    As Jon Hood would say “Hey Drew, I see you big fella!” But damn Drew don’t use valuable space to
    play mind games with BBN.
    Gruden will be Head Coach of the Browns next year.
    Willie Taggart is not SEC materail.
    Tressel is, was and will always be Big 10. Enough said.
    Bobby Petrino is scum. Can you say “Ricky Three Stacks”
    Rex Ryan will have a better chance of being a Jockey at Keeneland next fall.
    Nick Saban does not even talk to his own players unless they make him money.
    So the clear choice is………CHRIS PETERON from Boise State.
    Write the check Mitch and let’s get the man that can do the job.

  15. Nate
    8:51 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    …#14 i wish u were right but i seriously doubt that would ever happen

  16. yes
    8:52 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    herman boone and bill yoast

  17. James K
    8:53 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    This is referenced in Drew’s post, and I think the people that haven’t seen it should go ahead and make that happen.

  18. Fake Charlie Sheen
    8:55 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Kirby Smart is the WINNING Choice if Big Blue Administration will spend the money necessary.

  19. KidCody
    8:59 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I’ll name my first kid Spider Two Y Banana if Gruden is dumb enough to take this job.

  20. Waiting
    8:59 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Is there a timeline for how long or how quick the administration will make a decision on the next coach?

  21. tom in rockcastle
    8:59 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Mitch wants all you cats to sit down and shut up, while he takes his shirt off and shows all of you what a REAL UK fan is supposed to look like #section206

  22. coachb
    8:59 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    im calling it……wont even say the name…will just say that PIRATES ARENT HAPPY IN WASHINGTON

  23. blitzedanddazed
    9:00 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Chris Peterson is the top candidate. Send Cal to Boise.

  24. Guest
    9:01 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Bring in a defensive guy… Time to try something different.

  25. Jaxalum
    9:01 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    how about Frank Solich at Ohio?

  26. coachb
    9:01 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    sonny dykes WILL NOT be the new HFC. y the hell would u bring in a guy who will no doubt bring tony franklin with him as OC. yes the same tony franklin who SUED the university of kentucky. rat

  27. UKClint73
    9:02 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Mark Helfrich would be a great hire!

  28. CatFan
    9:02 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Kirby Smart. For UK to compete UK needs someone from the SEC. Someone that comes from a national championship program. There is no way that we could get a head coach from a national champion caliber program. Smart would bring a winning tradition from Bama and Georgia. These are something that UK lacks in football (winning and tradition). If we do get a great head coach I hope UK doesn’t give Cal a cadillac and the football coach a zippo… UK has the fan base and can do the recruiting if they have a good staff in place. Just bite your lip Mitch and write that check. You have to spend money to make money. UK football is the biggest income for the university as far as athletics. Just imagine how much you could get if you had a winning program with the fans of UK. Go CATS!

  29. Eloy's Neard
    9:04 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    As ridiculous as these names are, I’ve seen Petrino, Tressel, Gruden, Taggart, Buddy Ryan, and Sean Payton all thrown around on message boards as potential candidates for the job.

  30. Michael
    9:06 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    We definitely need a high profile coach or offensive coach from a high profile BCS school. Definitely someone from the SEC who knows the SEC and knows how to win in the SEC should be top of the list. We don’t need another average coach that will only get the same results as a bottom feeder of the SEC.

  31. eric
    9:11 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    can someone tell me what mb said that makes him racist?? im confused

  32. Sean
    9:14 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    To say that Bobby P isn’t an option is scary! The only reason he isn’t an option is because UK won’t hire him. If you all know that to be true then our AD should be fired.

    If you don’t think he would come to UK. Well then this site is less informed than I thought.

    Bobby P is a real option if UK is willing to give him a chance

  33. Yab
    9:16 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    “This name makes it hard to keep a straight face, especially, after reading that Barnhart intends to compete for SEC Championships now.”

  34. Corey
    9:17 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    KIRBY SMART!!!!!!!!!!!

  35. Fool Me Once
    9:23 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Anyone who thinks Bobby Petrino just needs “a chance” is smoking something really good and illegal.
    Look at every single enterprise that has hired him since he started coaching. He has walked away from
    each and everyone one of them in the most unprofessional and low-down slimy way possible.
    Even before the motorcyle accident + adultery scandal, I wouldn’t give that man the time of day.
    “Win at all cost, nevermind the ethics” is NOT what UK is about, and if you truly think that’s
    a mindset worth living by, I can bet there’s a cardinal with big teeth, printed all over your boxers.

  36. GGG
    9:23 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Why hasn’t anyone thought about Chip Kelly at Oregon? I mean that’d be a home run. Why wouldn’t you wanna try the SEC and have a chance to win with that style of offense?

  37. Red Rooster
    9:24 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    The BEST we could do is Mike Leach. This Parcells, Tressel, and Gruden talk is preposterous.

    And Leach would come.

  38. kes
    9:25 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    bunch of frigging parrots on here. 90% of you idiots had never even heard of kirby smart until today. now he’s the greatest thing since sliced bread

  39. BAdams
    9:26 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    32, there’s no denying he’s had success, but does UK need the stigma that comes with him? Yeah Cal had a reputation but the man had zero violations, Petrino is scum and the last thing we need is being compared to Ricky P. Besides, he bolted on the Falcons during the middle of the season…can you really trust him? Smart, Pease, or Koetter are probably the top choices.

  40. ukcat1
    9:27 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I don’t know enough about football to know who would be the right fit. BCG was the wrong person for UK in bb. Mitch will not survive a similar choice in football. Whoever we get, it will be hard for them to have a worse record than we have now.

  41. Brett Favre
    9:30 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Somebody called Matt’s show last week wanting me as coach. I won’t text recruits directly, only their girlfriends.

  42. MJ4UK
    9:32 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    offer Nick Saban more than any NFL or NCAA coach has ever made…take a blank check and let him fill in the amount. (no way in hell he would ever take it but hey)

  43. Mjp
    9:34 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I can’t believe my man joker is gone. After everything I did to him and where he went with it

  44. backpack
    9:39 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I want to hear Eric Mangini’s name tossed around. I think he would be a hell of a college coach.

  45. Catlogic15
    9:45 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    #8 and all like you. That stupid “joke” was old several years ago and is wasting everyone’s time. Please stop.

  46. Korean Tacos
    9:51 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    The Tressel contingent cracks me up. Guy couldn’t beat SEC teams when he coached OSU. Who thinks he’s going to be able to at UK?

    9:51 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Steve Addazio from Temple. He was the OC at Florida for 2 titles, so he has SEC ties and experience. Temple had worse facilities, worse team, less talent and no support. That program has made significant strides since he has gotten there.

  48. UKGrad04
    9:53 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Jesus Christ, right there within the first few posts are Tressel, Pease, Smart and Chris Peterson. We are the most woefully football-illiterate fan base in the country. And then 36 chimes in with Chip Kelly. Unbelievable.

  49. Matt Jones
    9:57 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Kirby Smart (Alabama) or Kliff Kingsbury (Texas A&M, will be national title contenders soon). Both young guys and are proving themselves right now. Only downfall to Kingsbury is that he doesn’t have a ton of experience, but I think he will be the next big thing.

  50. GGG
    9:57 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    No offense 48, but if UK football is a huge part of the athletic dept, offer him the cash, and let him run this program. Unbelievable? Doesn’t UK deserve to have a good program?

  51. 44 Stitches
    10:02 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    #48… HAHAHAAAH I’m with you my man. Totally agree.

  52. UKGrad04
    10:04 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    50. You’re missing the point. The notion that Chip Kelly would leave Oregon (home of Nike AND its money) where he’s about to go to his 2nd NC game in 3 years to come to UK where it’ll be virtually impossible to EVER make a national championship game, is laughable. The situation he’s got going there, including the easy conference, is something every coach dreams of.

    I love the crazy coaching search fun, but this is football we’re talking about, not basketball, where no coach is off-limits. Time to temper expectations. We should aim for someone slightly better than Sonny Dykes, then be thrilled if we get him.

    And for those of you who so offended by the idea of Willie Taggart coming, you needn’t worry. He won’t accept this job, and he’ll be coaching somewhere better within the next two years. The Harbaugh coaching tree is not to be messed with.

  53. 9-asty
    10:09 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    There are plenty of delusional people on here. UK is not getting a big name HC from another program like Kelly or Saban, and UK is not getting a big name former NFL coach either. The best hope is for an assistant from a big time SEC team.

  54. Fake Charlie Sheen
    10:13 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Just say no to the following: Philip Fulmer, David Cutliffe, Tommy Tuberville, Houston Nutt, Jim Tressel, Ron Zook, Brent Pease, Willie Taggart, Gene Chizik (who will be fired), Wade Phillips and Norv Turner.

    Also, notice why David Cutcliffe had a lot of success as Tennessee’s offensive coordinator and as Ole Miss’s head football coach? For most of those years, he had a Manning run the offense just like Gus Malzahn had Cam Newton.

    As far as Brent Pease is concerned, Florida has the most fertile ground of football players and prospects in their own back yard yet Florida’s offense is among the bottom half of the SEC, far removed from the Spurrier Era and Urban Meyer Era high powered offenses of years past.

    As far as my wish list of real possibilities is concerned:

    1) Kirby Smart
    2) Mike Leach
    3) Sonny Dykes
    4) Bobby Petrino
    5) Rex Ryan

    My dream list

    1) Nick Saban
    2) Bill Cowher
    3) Jon Gruden
    4) Sean Payton
    5) Chip Kelly

    However, UK will hire one of the following because they are notorious for hiring coaches with lots of head coaching experiences in several places and have been notoriously bad hires:

    Houston Nutt
    Ron Zook
    David Cutcliffe
    Gene Chizik
    Phillip Fulmer

  55. GGG
    10:15 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    That’s interesting 52, so he’ll never leave Oregon? UK is at the lowest of lows, but there is so much great football in this region it’s like UK football wants to get overlooked… Wasn’t it 5 or so years ago that Brooks had this team looking pretty dang good? An SEC school alone you’d think would get a coach to wanna look..

  56. Owen
    10:17 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    @ 26. Frank Solich has a fat contract for a long time at OU and he seems way more interested in building that program than going elsewhere. If he were going to leave he would have a while ago–it’s not like people simply forgot he went to the Rose Bowl and had consistent success at a big time school like Nebraska.

    I mentioned in another thread some guys we should look at:

    * Tim Deruyter — Fresno State, 8-3 HC record, former TA&M and Ohio DC. Improvement at every school he’s coached at.
    * Dave Doeren — Northern Illinois, 20-4 HC record and former Wisconsin DC
    * Butch Jones — Cinci, 47-26 HC record. Don’t know that he’d want to leave given he’s comfortable at a BCS school, but we are in the SEC and maybe would pay more.
    * Oddball one, but George O’Leary — UCF, 109-86 overall record, once hired at ND but had that resume scandal. At UCF he did have that kid die on his watch, though.

    but these guys really don’t have much in the way of SEC or UK connections so I’m not sure they’ll be looked at. I really like Deruyter and Doeren and I believe both of them will likely be head coaches at BCS schools very soon. Why not us?

  57. jack
    10:23 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    we are getting none of those guys that are listed.

  58. Dr. Tom
    10:34 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    #49…Glad you noticed my suggestion of Kliff Kingsbury yesterday. He is the offensive coordinator at Texas A&M and played qb at Texas Tech under Mike Leach. He was voted oc of the year in 2010 at the University of Houston when current A&M coach Sumlin was there. Sumlin brought him to College Station last winter when he took the head job there. I too believe he is an up-and-comer and will be sought after as a head coach.

  59. The joke was on us
    10:37 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Frank solich constant success at Nebraska? Your joking right? Dr. Tom handed him the keys to one of the top the programs in the country and he tanked them to the point 4 coaches later still can’t be fixed. He was run out of Nebraska . If you went to Nebraska and made that same comment you did hear you would have to fight. Lord have mercy Atleast check before you speak!

  60. BamaCat
    10:55 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Why is Butch Davis not being mentioned? Nearly the same situation as Cal was in. A bit jaded and shady but nothing ever connected to him. He puts talent in the league and is established. He’s been at a basketball school. Why not?

  61. ky_cats_fan
    11:02 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Ok in all seriousness. Has anyone thought about Brian Kelly. He left Cincinnati to go to Notre Dame because he deserved a “big name job”. I understand he is doing very well and has built a great team this year but would he turn down the oppurtunity to come to the SEC. Just a thought.

  62. UKGrad04
    11:11 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    61. On November 4th, 2012 at 11:02 pm you wrote: “Ok in all seriousness. Has anyone thought about Brian Kelly. He left Cincinnati to go to Notre Dame…”

    No. You said it yourself. He left Cincinnati. To go to Notre Dame. The most famous and storied program in the history of college football. Which happens to be undefeated right now, boasts a legit Heisman contender, and has a very real shot at playing for a NC this year.

    So, now elements of our fan base think UK *football* can raid the following programs for their head coaches (because we’re obvi too good for their coordinators): Oregon, Boise State, Notre Dame and, just for good measure, the New Orleans Saints. #SMH

  63. Travis
    11:46 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    52 and 50 Chip Kelly’s next move is to the NFL……………My dream picks are Kirby Smart, Rex Ryan, Jon Gruden, or Mark Helfrich

  64. Go big blue
    11:47 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I still think Rich Rodriguez should at least get a look. Jim Tressel?? Who wants to watch a 6-3 blah game when Rich is out west. His offense is fun to watch and that sells tickets. We aren’t competing for national championships anyway.

  65. R. Rodriguez
    11:48 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I would like to officially throw my name in as a candidate for the head coaching job in 2013. Thanks.

  66. GGG
    11:50 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    63 that’s def. more believable on the next move than staying

  67. Hingle McKringleberry
    11:57 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Has anyone considered Tyrann Mathieu? He has tremendous experience from one of the top programs in the nation and he can really help to turn around our defense.

  68. Owen
    1:26 am November 5, 2012 Permalink

    59. Sorry, but a Fiesta Bowl and Rose Bowl, no losing seasons and a 9-3 record his final year suggest otherwise. Nebraska fans I know didn’t have a huge problem with Solich other than the bad offense towards the end of his tenure there.

    Regardless, he wouldn’t come to UK anyways. Ohio has put more money into their football program (relatively speaking) and seems committed to building a program with Solich at the helm. Plus, I’m not sure why anyone would want to leave Athens.

  69. R. Smith
    6:33 am November 5, 2012 Permalink

    its almost as if this blog entry was meant to lower expectations

    “listen, you are UK football and you have Mitch Barnhart in charge of the hiring, drop things down a bit”

  70. Ridiculous ideas
    7:24 am November 5, 2012 Permalink

    BILL PARCELS! I bet he wants to retire coaching a team! He could turn us around and make himself one of the greatest coaches ever in college AND the NFL!!!

    7:42 am November 5, 2012 Permalink

    “The problem for Kentucky is there will potentially be four coaching vacancies in the SEC alone: Arkansas, Auburn, and Tennessee may well have vacancies in addition to Kentucky,” Charles D. Smith of wrote. “In a school-yard pick-um, Kentucky would probably get stuck with the fourth pick. Why? : Because no coach has left UK with a winning record since Blanton Collier in 1961. An upgrade in facilities is necessary to recruit against the Cats’ competition and fans will have to be convinced to come back to Commonwealth Stadium.”

    T.J. Walker of suggested Kentucky needs to follow the lead of its in-state rival Louisville. When it became stagnant in Louisville under the direction of Steve Kragthorpe, Cardinals’ brass were decisive in replacing him. Kentucky should follow suit.

    If Kentucky were to follow Louisville’s path, it would then hire a well respected SEC coordinator. Georgia’s Todd Grantham, Alabama’s Kirby Smart, Texas A&M’s Kliff Kingsbury or even Florida’s Dan Quinn are all legitimate options Kentucky should consider.

    Another potential target is Louisiana Tech’s Sonny Dykes. The Bulldogs are currently ranked higher than they have ever been in the school’s history, and Dykes guided them to said point. Dykes also has a history with Kentucky. He was an[..]istant under Hal Mumme in 1999.

    Kentucky could only hope former Petrino is desperate enough to take the job. Otherwise, the team certainly won’t be discussing high end coaching candidates when the time comes.

  72. Dreaming
    8:45 am November 5, 2012 Permalink

    I realize Saban would never come here, but what a “I carry my balls in a wheelbarrow” statement would it be to win another national title, and then say, “I’m so f’ing good, I’m gonna go do it at Kentucky!” Wasn’t it Bear Bryant who said “I’ll take mine and beat your’n, or I’ll take your’n and beat mine”?

  73. joshmo
    8:50 am November 5, 2012 Permalink

    I see people acting like we aren’t good enough to have a coach like Tressel and I think that is part of the problem. The mindset has to change and nothing should be out of the reach of the program, reach for the sky and you will get there.

  74. Han
    9:15 am November 5, 2012 Permalink

    A lot of people make fun of some of these suggestions (yes, some of them are ludicrous, but the coaches who don’t have a gig aren’t automatically no’s), but you’ll recall that UK basketball had one of the greatest traditions in college basketball history, yet many people called us crazy to think any decent coach would listen given the pressure and fact we’d run off a title winner and a drunk.

    Tressel, Petrino (alleged not gonna happen while Mitch here or not), and even Sean Super Bowl Payton…it can’t hurt to reach out to them, especially through unofficial channels. All 3 are sitting on their couches, and while Sean Payton may have the Dallas job calling, and Petrino will probably get better SEC calls, you just don’t know what’s actually in their heads, what kind of legacy they want.

    We’re a crap job, but how many people out there are actually willing to take a bottom feeder in hopes of making it great and becoming a legend? You win big at UK and you could actually go down in history for it.

  75. kybigblue
    10:36 am November 5, 2012 Permalink

    Rex Ryan was at EKU for short time. Don’t think he would take it even if he isn’t back with the Jets.

  76. J
    1:47 pm November 5, 2012 Permalink

    Chip Kelley will never leave OR except for a NFL job…I don’t blame him, to much NIKE money floating around there to walk away and as a coach that has to be a fun team to coach. Remember, everyone outside of the SEC has a lot of respect for OR’s offense.

    Though it’ll never happen think about this combo at UK…
    Coach Cal & Coach Saban…Holy poopies, UK would own college sports & the media with that pair roaming around Lexington. But again, Saban would be an idiot to leave the Empire he’s building at ‘Bama.

  77. john sanders
    3:02 pm November 5, 2012 Permalink

    rex ryan or john gruden or both time to get mean or play flag football somewhere

  78. max
    3:41 pm November 5, 2012 Permalink

    john gruden!!!! we would have the best qb in the nation year in and year out #Gruden2UK get it trending