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Tim Couch would love to help

Oscar Combs thinks Mitch Barnhart should involve former UK players in the search to find a new head coach, rather than isolating himself from those who could help out. Tim Couch was the example Oscar used on Twitter as someone who should be consulted. Oscar tagged Couch in the tweet and it didn’t take long for the former UK quarterback to respond.

Oscar suggests Couch could consult Barnhart with football issues, similar to what Mike Pratt does on basketball issues. Pratt was one of the main John Calipari supporters during Kentucky’s last basketball coaching search and we all see how well that turned out.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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63 Comments for Tim Couch would love to help

  1. LeX
    5:32 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I dont care who is involved. Call someone who actually matters.

  2. Lip set
    5:42 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Let me help…PETRINO! U say he abruptly leaves programs? What coach that ever leaves a school doesn’t leave abruptly? Did pitino leave uk and boston abruptly but stay at Louisville? Say he is shady? Was cal thought of as shady when he came to uk? This is the ONLY coach in America that has proven he can make an unknown team a top ten team (twice in a 5 yr time span). This is the only chance we will have at uk to ever have a true proven coach that is know to be worth his couple million dollar salary.

  3. Kirby Smart
    5:43 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    How come my name isnt being mentioned as an option to replace Joker?

  4. LeX
    5:44 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    3 youre joking right?

  5. Mr Obvious
    5:46 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I’m sure Hall of Famer Dermonti Dawson could add a little insight to the search

  6. Ukalum
    5:47 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    If you want to be successful in basketball you copy UK, duke, unc or Kansas. If you want to be successful in football you copy Alabama, Oregon, Georgia or Florida. Hire Alabama DC kirby smart, georgia DC or Florida’s OC. Copy winning teams to make a winning program it’s what Louisville and Miss State did.

  7. LeX
    5:48 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Why arent we talking about tommy tuberville?

  8. LeX
    5:49 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Or even Gus Malzahn?

  9. markp
    5:49 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Give Petrino or Leach first shot!

  10. JDH
    5:49 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Hope they ask Howard Schnellenberger to help out also.

  11. JoeBFanClub
    5:50 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Inside sources say the top two candidates for the Kentucky Football head coaching job are Phil Fulmer and David Cutcliffe…..both are personally connected and know Mitch very well…..he has worked with both…..both are in their Senior Years and will not be jumping ship to go somewhere else….and both have coached many talented players and have the NFL connections……

  12. LeX
    5:52 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Gus. Malzahn.

  13. Kirby Smart
    5:53 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I’m a better option than Tommy Tuberville. I am younger and have been at Alabama since 2007. I also would be a cheaper option.

  14. freeksr
    5:54 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Got no problem with Tim Couch whatsoever. But what in the shit does he know for god’s sake??? To compare him to Mike Pratt is absolutely crazy. Couch is doing well to be a second rate commentator and that’s it.

  15. Buckwild
    5:54 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Can we just stop enough already with the “nice guy UK alumns”? Havn’t we learned anything from that recipe in the last three years?! Even as part of the search team they worry me.

  16. Rocks
    5:56 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Hell we should hire the Trinity Coaching staff at least we might get James Quick then.

  17. Just Saying......
    5:56 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Yes, Tim Couch should be consulted by the Head Coach Search Committee…….but only if he promises to bring his wife along with him…..just sayin’.

  18. Realist
    5:57 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    LeX: This is the first time you’ve made sense to me. Both Malzahn and Tubs would be worth calling. Malzahn seems to finally have Arkansas State rolling the last few weeks.

  19. Realist
    5:57 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    And Tubberville is rumored to be unhappy at TT.

  20. Beavis
    5:59 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    # 14,,,,Well one thing I can think of,,,,he is an ex pro player. Use whatever leverage we have to influence the next coach and recruits. After Joker,,,we need it.

  21. Ukalum
    5:59 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    If Fulmer and Cutcliffe are the best dang coaches available to uk. We might as well move the the ACC because football will be mediocre at best for the three seasons fulmer or Cutcliffe are alive, I mean coaching. Then it’s another coaching search plus an AD search because Barnhart will be the biggest idiot working for a BCS program.

  22. LeX
    6:00 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    13 Youre judgement is already worthless being that you think couch should be our coach. The guy was pretty successful at Auburn and has tons of recruiting connections all over the south. He would be a great fit.

  23. LeX
    6:01 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink


  24. ukfan
    6:01 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    you all are all crazy, it is “ole helmet hair” Jimmy Johnson

  25. LeX
    6:03 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I’ve had a change of heart, we shouldn’t settle for a no-name hack like Chris Petersen or a washed up has-been like Tommy Tuberville, let’s go straight to the top and give a blank check to Bill Belichick.

  26. kramer
    6:05 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    #2 I completely agree with you, been saying for months Petrino should at least get a call, not sure why people are so resistant to him. He isn’t my husband so I could care less that he cheated on his wife, it isn’t my business. So he leaves before 4 yrs so what, if he wins we would have to worry about that anyway. I think all the crap in the past yr has tarnished his image with people, he may think coming here to resurect our program and take it to another level would be something he may consider.

  27. Wtf
    6:05 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Wtf is barnfarts personal agenda against joker, he must some scum bag racist to have any criticism against the joker!

    Barnhart your a loser

  28. LeX
    6:06 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    25, seriously?

  29. LeX
    6:09 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Better idea! Screw Belichick! Let’s give John Madden enough money to lure him out of retirement! Or hire a necromancer to resurrect Vince Lombardi! We wouldn’t even have to pay him, we could just pay the necromancer to bring him back to life every Saturday.

  30. LeX
    6:13 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Someones from /sp/.

  31. MartyFeldmanEyes
    6:20 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Younger folks won’t understand this, but ask Jeff Van Note to help with the search. Him and Howard would be the best two to ask advice from imo.

  32. MartyFeldmanEyes
    6:20 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    –HE and Howard………..

  33. cleveland fans
    6:23 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    If you use Tim to help out…make sure you don’t boo him or he will CRY!

  34. ukfan
    6:24 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Is it to much to ask to leave all the vulgarity out???

  35. snarkster
    6:30 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    My search committe would include Couch, Schnellenberger, Dermonti Dawson, Derrick Ramsey, Dusty Bonner, Craig Yeast, Marty Moore and maybe even Lee Todd.

  36. snarkster
    6:33 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    33 – Hey Stains fan! Any tears were tears of joy for getting out of Queefland, the Mistake on the Lake! If it’s Brown flush it down!

  37. Hey Cleveland Fan #33
    6:38 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Who was the last QB to lead your team to the playoffs?

  38. Jon
    6:39 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Tim Couch is a known steroid user/cheater in his football career!

  39. Jon
    6:39 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Tim Couch might have been Juicin’


  40. bullldawg
    6:43 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Off subject, but I figured out how joker got the ice cream for after practice…the basketball team “pooped” it. Ha ha. I know it is corny but had to share.

  41. Head Bussa
    6:43 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    You get Brooks to try like crazy to lure Mark Helfrich from Oregon to Kentucky. This guy would be an absolute steal if Barnhart can pull it off.

  42. Head Bussa
    6:43 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    The Orlando Sentinel just recently named him as one of their “Five Assistants to Watch in 2012″. Here’s a link to help you guys know a little more.

    Don’t think he won’t be in contention, considering Brooks’ and Barnhart’s connections to Oregon.

  43. Brian
    6:44 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Published on: October 14, 2012 | Written by: Clay Travis

    Yesterday the state of Mississippi put on an early Halloween costume — the coaching grim reaper.

    Gene Chizik’s Auburn team rolled into Oxford and lost by 21, then later that same evening Derek Dooley’s Vols hit Starkville and lost by ten. Both losses solidified the fates of Gene Chizik and Derek Dooley, barring an unexpected and massive upset by either coach’s team — which is about as likely as an asteroid striking the earth — each man will be unemployed by December.

    Potentially sooner.

    Yep, it’s time to hang up the orange pants and the leather jacket for good.

    Auburn and Tennessee are two of the top jobs in the country. Both schools have massive athletic departments, fan bases, and stadiums. In each school the football team is the engine of commerce that fuels all additional team sports.

    Arkansas will also be hiring a new coach and so will Kentucky.

    That means there will be four head coaching jobs open in the SEC. Given that Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long has proven he will spend big money to hire the right guy, this means three schools with massive resources will be competing for the top coaching talent in America. Kentucky isn’t a really desirable job, but the Wildcats are payiing Joker Phillips nearly $2 million a year. So they’ll make someone rich as well.

    You thought past years were crazy?

    Wait until four SEC jobs open up in the same season.

    Toss in the Texas Longhorns, fresh off an astounding 63-21 beat down from Oklahoma, and it’s possible that Texas, the best overall job in the nation according to my ranking of the top 25 college football jobs in America, really upsets the coaching carousel.

    It’s a good time to be a successful head coach.

    But it’s a better time to be an agent.

    In fact, it’s always a good time to be an agent since college coaches are the only highly skilled professionals on earth who are able to maintain permanent free agent status. The CEO of Coke can’t jump to Pepsi in one day. But the coach of Alabama could theoretically take over at Auburn without any hindrance.

    Perpetual college coaching free agency is an amazing situation, the purest unvarnished marketplace in America today. Contracts mean nothing, every year is a whole new ball game.

    If you’re firing a former head coach who didn’t pan out, you better not hire another coach who hasn’t even organized a spring camp. Successful head coaches are much less risky propositions. So save your Kirby Smart talk for someone else.

    With that in mind, here are the top 16 head coaching candidates in the country. (FYI, I’m only including coaches that I think would change jobs. Although I’m rooting for Texas to offer Nick Saban $10 million a year just to see how much Alabama would end up paying him to stay).

    Here’s the Outkick the Coverage coaching sweet 16:

    1. Chris Petersen

    Maybe he never leaves Boise State.

    But every time a big job comes open he has to at the top of any list until he says no.

    See, I espouse the dump truck theory. That is, you make it known who your top target is, fill up a dump truck with cash, and hold a press conference in the coach’s front yard after dumping out the cash. You offer as much money as you can afford and make that offer public. If a top coach says no, so what? I don’t think this humiliates the program, I think it does the opposite — demonstrates that you want the best and are willing to pay for it.

    Put it this way, do you blame the guy who gets shot down by the hottest girl at the bar? Or do you admire the confidence in going after the best?

    I want to go after the best.

    And Petersen is the best.

    2. Jon Gruden

    Trust me, he’s going to be interested in Tennessee.

    He’s not going to pull a John Madden and become a television commentator for the rest of his professional career. I’ve been told that the grind of being a coach in the NFL isn’t as appealing to him as being able to go out and recruit the top players in the country and develop them.

    The Vols would have to pull out the checkbook and pay him $5 million a year.

    But if they’re willing to do this, Gruden, a former Vol graduate assistant who married a Tennessee cheerleader, is going to listen.

    In fact, I think there’s a good chance that if Tennessee will show him the money that Jon Gruden is your next Volunteer coach.

    3. Bobby Petrino

    A guaranteed winner no matter where he goes.

    He’s already taken Louisville and Arkansas to the BCS, can you imagine what he’d do with an Auburn, a Tennessee, or a, gulp, Texas?

    Yes, Petrino is a jerk with off-field issues.

    But so what?

    He wins.

    If every coach who had an affair was ineligible to continue coaching, there would be a lot of empty sidelines come kickoff.

    While Petrino has off-field flaws, do you know what he’s never had? NCAA issues.

    Or trouble selling out stadiums.

    If I was Kentucky, I’d fire Joker Phillips today and hire Petrino tomorrow. You’ve already gone rogue with a guy with NCAA issues in John Calipari, Petrino’s actually less of a risk than Cal. Why not actually win a few football games for a change? The longer you wait, the more likely it is that Auburn swoops in and grabs Petrino.

    4. Gary Patterson

    He’s been at TCU a long time, but would he be interested in finally making the move to a bigger program?

    Or does he feel like TCU, now in the Big 12, is a big enough program already?

    TCU’s a private school so we don’t know exactly what he earns, but all of these schools could make him an offer that TCU couldn’t match.

    The guy is 114-31 in 11 full seasons at TCU.

    Plus, he plays the hard-nosed style of defensive ball that many feel you have to embrace to win in the SEC.

    Isn’t it time for someone to make Patterson an offer he can’t refuse?

    5. Charlie Strong

    A proven coordinator in the SEC, Strong has now built Louisville into a juggernaut.

    Louisville is likely to go 11-1 or 12-0 this year and could be even better next year. The only real question about Strong is whether he’d like to stay one more season with the Cardinals to make his stock even higher.

    But with three big-time SEC jobs coming open in the same season, how much hotter could his stock get? Remember, it’s not just how you’re doing as a coach, it’s how you’re doing as a coach when the right jobs come open.

    Timing is everyhing.

    And right now Strong is peaking at exactly the right moment.

    6. Dana Holgorsen

    Yes, he’s coming off a thumping at Texas Tech, but Holgorsen is so hot right now that West Virginia gave him an extension before the season even began.

    Holgorsen scores points and plays an exciting brand of ball. In this day and age, you’ve got to have some sizzle with your steak. Otherwise, why not just stay home and watch all the games on your mammoth television screens?

    Put simply, Holgo puts butts in seats.

    Just make sure there aren’t any casinos near campus.

    7. Dan Mullen

    It’s important to consider a program’s past history when you analyze how well someone has done at their job.

    Using that standard, Mullen has succeeded well beyond anyone in Starkville’s wildest hopes.

    Mullen won nine games in his second season and could win ten in his fourth. Mississippi State has never won more than nine games in the regular season in the history of the program. So if he wins ten games in the regular season this year, Mullen will have done something that no one has ever done before in the history of the Bulldog program.

    I think Mullen would win even bigger at any big time SEC or national job.

    8. James Franklin

    Yes, Vandy is just 2-4 this season, but the second half of the season’s schedule gets much easier.

    Last year Franklin took Vandy to a bowl game. Starting with Auburn this weekend — Tiger fans might even consider this game to be a coaching audition — Vandy has a pretty fair shot of winning each of their final six games. If Franklin can go 4-2 or better he will have done something no coach at Vandy has ever done before, go to back-to-back bowl games.

    Given how well he’s recruited, what a consummate salesman he is, and how much he’s energized a moribund program, Franklin would cure what ails many programs — lack of enthusiasm and lagging ticket sales.

    The only catch here is that Vandy is paying Franklin a ton of money and he truly loves Nashville.

    Would he leave after just two seasons?

    It would have to be a hell of an offer.

    9. Pete Carroll

    Okay, maybe too much of a reach, but don’t you have to make the phone call?

    The Seahawks are 3-2 this year, presently in fourth place in the suddenly competitive NFC West.

    Does Carroll miss college? And did he leap to the NFL to avoid the USC sanctions?

    You have to at least call him, right?

    10. David Cutcliffe

    If Cutcliffe had an exciting personality, he’d probably be near the top of this list.

    An unquestioned student of the game, he’s molded Peyton and Eli Manning and will have Duke in a bowl game this fall. How impressive is that? Duke hasn’t been to a bowl game since 1995, and has been to just two bowl games since 1961.

    Cutcliffe’s biggest problem is that he’s just boring.

    But the guy knows football.

    And his offenses are anything but boring.

    Now in his fifth season at Duke he’s got the Blue Devils 5-2.

    Duke is probably the worst job in the big five conferences and Cutcliffe has won there. Plus, his 44-29 record at Ole Miss looks pretty good in comparison to the two guys who replaced him. He’s not a sexy hire, but he would win.

    11. Butch Jones

    Cincinnati is undefeated this year and Jones has them on a roll.

    In two weeks the Bearcats play undefeated Louisville in a game that will feature two of our top coaching candidates.

    Is Jones ready to take the next step at a big-time program?

    We’ll see.

    But he’s got the Bearcats rolling.

    12. Butch Davis

    Did you see the talent that Butch Davis put together at North Carolina?


    But did you also see the steaming pile of mess that Davis left behind?


    Will that keep Arkansas from hiring him?

    We’ll see.

    What we know is this, Davis will win.

    What we don’t know is this, will the wins still exist after he leaves?

    13. Art Briles

    Another guy who took over an awful job and achieved unparalleled program success, the knock on Briles may well be that he just had a single amazing year with a single amazing talent.

    Basically, the Cam Newton effect.

    But if you look at Briles’s career record, that’s not really fair. He’s been pretty successful at both Houston and Baylor.

    If he has a good 2012 season without Robert Griffin III then his turnaround of Baylor will be further legitimized.

    So will his coaching bona fides.

    14. Al Golden

    After taking Temple to consecutive winning seasons, Golden walked into a complete mess at Miami.

    He’s managed to get the Hurricances to 4-2 this season, but with his athletic director bailing, negligible fan support, and the continuing fallout from the booster crisis, might Golden be willing to bolt?

    He just might.

    15. Willie Taggart

    Taggart has worked wonders at Western Kentucky.

    His team is 12-2 in its last 14 games with the only losses coming on the road at LSU last year and on the road at Alabama this season.

    Taggart is just 35 years old, the youngest FBS coach in the nation, and he’s also got the Jim Harbaugh stamp of approval having served as Stanford’s running backs coach during the Cardinal rise to national prominence.

    In Taggart’s first season the Hilltoppers were 2-10.

    After a winning season last year, WKU is 5-1 this season with a road win at Kentucky.

    His work in three years time is simply astounding.

    What could he do at a bigger program?

    I think we find out soon.

    16. Sonny Dykes

    Last night Dykes’s Louisiana Tech team played a wild 59-57 game against Texas A&M. Dykes lost, but his team is 5-1 and had crept into the top 25.

    Dykes plays an exciting brand of football, and his players seem to genuinely like him.

    He’s Derek Dooley’s replacement at Tech, and he’s been much more successful than Dooley ever was.

    This is the guy that I think ends up at Kentucky.

    And I think it’s a good hire.

  44. Jeff
    7:03 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    In the future, Kentucky Football needs to market itself as well as basketball does. There are great teams to be spotlighted. Embrace Bear Bryant’s legacy here! 1950 National Champions, SEC Champions. Why there is NO mention of him and those teams in CWS is unthinkable! There are 15 banners now in Rupp Arena, why is there nothing in CWS for that team???? There are several Youtube videos on the 1977 team that went 10-1, undefeated in the SEC, beat Penn State in Happy Valley (PSU’s only loss that season). There should be something in CWS honoring that team as well. Kentucky has reached the top of college football twice under two different coaches. Rupp Arena is a shrine to past Kentucky Basketball teams, it enhances the mystique and the aura. There are teams in Kentucky Football history that deserve the same and can help change our football image. Commonwealth should be a shrine to these teams. 1898 “Immortals” 1909 with Dick Webb and E.R. Sweetland, 1949 Orange Bowl, 1950 Sugar Bowl, 1951 Cotton Bowl, 1976 and 1977 SEC Champions, even Jerry Caliborne’s 1984 team and Rich Brooks 2007 team.

    Go Big Blue

  45. Paducahfan
    7:04 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Hire petrino and pay him by the month. If he leaves, OK.

  46. Hal Mumme
    7:07 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I ain’t doin nuthing bring me back

  47. Bddfromcincy
    7:26 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Every former and current NFL player that played at UK that is willing to help should be part of this in some way. Tim Couch is the epitome of why a coach should want to come here. Heisman finalist and former NFL #1 draft pick. There isn’t a better spokesperson. Same thing for Dermotti Dawson. I’m sure there are others be included and I’m sorry to leave out the others names. Regardless, Dermotti and Couch exemptions exemplify the type of talent that can be obtained and developed at UK given the right coach.

  48. Rick
    7:33 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Why doesn’t Mitch just hire himself to coach the football team, that way he can fire himself in a couple of years? Problem – solved. next.

  49. Beavis
    7:35 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    # 35,,,,,Agree with you. However,,,we are looking at another one of those one man searches by our AD. Mitch knows better than anyone who to hire,,,,just ask BCG.

  50. Jpo
    7:48 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    43) do you honestly think anyone here will read what you wrote

  51. The Joke was on Us
    8:15 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    #50 I can tell you didn’t read it. If you would have you would know he posted a article from a sports publication, there for he didn’t write any of it. I thought it was pretty interesting and informative. It’s not his fault if you can’t read or like spurting off your mouth with at any knowledge about what your talking about.
    You can say nothing and people will think your a idiot or open your mouth and remove all dought!

  52. bsquared
    8:29 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    50). You sir are an IDIOT…. I mean its in the VERY TOP OF THE POST….the second line says written 10/14/12 by clay travis

  53. Matt
    8:29 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Our future coach is right down the road giving our rival a top ten ranking and an undefeated season. Hire Charlie Strong!! He would be great and I’m sure he wants a chance to prove himself in the SEC.

  54. bigbluelou
    8:45 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    #35 is right on the money…just would delete Todd and add Brooks. I have ZERO faith in Barnhart to make such a big decision by himself.

  55. J A Brooks
    8:48 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    50) I read it. It was very interesting.

    53) Top 10 dumbest comments ever if its not a joke. Charlie is good friends with Joker and Louisville is a much better job than Kentucky.

    I’m thinking Sonny Dykes is the hire. Taggart probably won’t even get a phone call.

  56. steve
    8:53 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    if we have to keep asking other people to help and AD figure out to hire it makes me wonder if

  57. steve
    8:55 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Barnhart is a capable representive for the job.

  58. KYMOJO
    8:56 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    I think my thought is in the minority but… for the most part the “culture” of our football team is mediocrity at best. Because of that, I’m not sure that many former players really bring much to the table as far as a coaching search is concerned, especially Tim Couch. This isn’t rocket science. Get out the wallet and go get a great coach for once.

  59. Matt
    10:18 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    55- It might be Kentucky football but it’s still a SEC job and every coach wants to prove them self in this conference. Louisville is not a better job if your trying to prove yourself as a coach. Friendship and business are two different things Mitch and joker are good friends and we saw what happened today!

  60. 2blue4u
    10:50 pm November 4, 2012 Permalink

    Why not get Chris Collinsworth involved with the search? He sort of has some ties with KY with Towles being here. I’m sure he may have some insight from NFL assistants.

  61. #50 is an idiot
    4:13 am November 5, 2012 Permalink

    #50, are you a moron or just stupid?

    It’s an article written by Clay Travis. I read the whole damn thing.

  62. #50 is an idiot
    4:15 am November 5, 2012 Permalink


    Kentucky Football has as much right to be picky as Hal Mumme.

    Petrino can win at Kentucky.

    There aren’t many coaches who are going to be successful here. It’s all about game prep, TEAM discipline and in game coaching.

    I could care less about Petrino’s off field issues.

    Mitch is an idiot for not having Petrino on speed dial.

  63. Jesus H. Chrysler
    5:46 pm November 5, 2012 Permalink

    If we really wanted Petrino, Tim Couch could always offer a “Live!” Up close & personal view of his wife’s rack/snatch. Ain’t like he’s keeping her playmate secret or nothing. Should seal the deal if Bobby P is a true connoisseur of SEC poontang.