From the guys over at DeadSpin.com: a Division III golf coach at Huntingdon College, a Methodist school in Montgomery, Ala., goes on one of the longest profanity rants we’ve ever heard. Not that we’ve heard a lot, but you know, some. Hey, what kind of profanity we hear is not the point here: this f*cking coach is at a Christian school and he probably just set a record for F-bombs per minute.
Click on the link to hear the whole thing that was secretly recorded by one of the players on the team, but here are some of our favorites here at BadJocks:
“We f*cking don’t deserve shit. F*cking—we haven’t broke 300 all year. Four f*cking chances in nice weather, and we haven’t broken 300 yet. F*ck me.”
“I don’t want to hear a f*cking word out of anybody until we get back to Kentucky[?]. Put your f*cking headphones on, go to sleep, I don’t give a shit. I had to watch you play golf for the last 54 f*cking holes. Please do not let me hear your f*cking voice right now.”
“I gotta f*cking go up there and watch that bullshit you four call golf! Like watching f*cking paint dry! My dad looked and me and said, ‘Why the f*ck are you recruiting these kids?’”
First, the Gauchos lost to rival UC Davis 2-1, and after the match the coach and several players were arguing with the referees when player Peter “Don’t Call Me McGruff” McGlynn decided to get the attention of the referee by shoving him from behind and knocking him to the ground (although it looks like the ref took a bit of a dive there, but whatevs). That led to McGlynn’s arrest and being lead off the field in handcuffs. Following the match, UCSB cut McGlynn from the team, suspended coach Tim Vom Steeg and then removed the soccer team from any post-season play.
The worst part? Now UCSB alum/radio host Jim Rome will spend most of today’s show talking about this incident–errrr–sporting event.
Losing a soccer match to your rival? That is NOT a reason to GO.
Sometimes, it’s not a good idea to have your mom at your game, especially when you’re the new star quarterback and you’re not playing well.
Video below, but first, more on the story from the ClarionLedger:
The mother of Southern Miss freshman quarterback Anthony Alford was escorted from the stands at M.M. Roberts Stadium Saturday and charged with a pair of misdemeanors after being arrested by Hattiesburg Police. Lawanda Ann Alford, 38, was booked into the Forrest County Jail Saturday on disorderly conduct and resisting arrest charges. She was ordered from the stands after getting into a loud argument with another fan who was berating her son’s play during USM’s 59-24 loss to Marshall.
Anthony Alford started the game, but injured his foot in the third quarter, and left with the Golden Eagles trailing 45-17.