I must say, blue is their best color – not green
We like to do things around the KSR compound in a ‘ridiculous manner’. Sometimes that includes putting seran wrap over the toilet before BTI goes to take a leak. Other times, we do things like shaving Matt’s hair while he snores taking a nap in front of the KSR-office computer. What it does not include, usually, is making fun of our own Wildcats (even if we do give Eloy a hard time, we love him…and you should, too). Over at the Bleacher Report, however, they decided to make a list of the 50 Worst Pro Sports Bodies in History. Two Cats made the the list – Antoine Walker at #43 and Jared Lorenzen at #36.
I don’t like to poke fun at former players, but we all know that J-Load’s anomaly of a quarterback body made him famous throughout the country. He’s a hard-working guy who went out there and did big things, despite being large and in charge. And I commend him for that. He was a joy to watch, and everyone seemed to love him. Jared went on to have what many call the easiest lucrative job in America – being a back-up NFL QB. Now he’s boss-hogging in the arena football world, as one of the only people to step from the front office and onto the turf.
‘Toine did big things, too. And I wouldn’t exactly call this a terrible sports body. Maybe he got a little bigger, but he did put up good numbers and had success as a pro.
Traditional physique or not, these two former Kentucky greats were/are fantastic athletes. Nearly $120 million (okay, so most of that’s gone), an NCAA championship, an NBA All-Star game, and a Super Bowl ring provide some evidence of that fact. Check out the full list here, if you can stand stupid slide-slow-style posts. The list is full of what you’d expect – NFL linemen and MLB players. #2 is Terrence Cody and #1 is Andre Smith. Both images are absolutely disturbing and Cody’s may be NSFW-ish if your boss has a vision/gender-recognition problems.