Comment of the Week – Sarkisianity

Classy move, Bubba Jones: Per ESPN, “In an interview with The Oregonian, he says, no, he doesn’t regret that he picked a Huskies cap and that he only did so “just because it was there.” 

 
Sarkisianity said… 
 
I swear, if one more cock tasting Kentucky fan gets on here and tries to pass judgment on Husky fans, I will find out where they live, show up on their doorstep, and…make them read a book. A long one. With lots of words.
 
This kid’s a punk, and for those of you who might still want to maintain that he was just a confused child who didn’t want to hurt any feelings, check out his Twitter page(http://twitter.com/terrencejones1).
 
After experiencing nothing but arrogance and outright douchebaggery from UK fans over the past few weeks, I have two hopes for their upcoming season. My first hope is that they are exposed for what they truly are, a bunch of self centered children who have trouble playing together and finish a couple games above .500. Barring that, my hope is that they exceed even the highest expectations and win everything. Then, a year or two down the road, the NCAA takes that title right back because Terrence Jones’ mom got a brand new Mercedes S Class for sending her son to play his rookie NBA season in Lexington. 
 
I’ll be booking my ticket to Maui to watch Terrence Ross drop 30 points on his former friend. I can only hope that he banks a shot of Cal’s shiny ass forehead.
 
This kid made everyone around him look stupid. His coach, his AD, his alleged childhood friend Terrence Ross, and Coach Romar who put his class and integrity on the line for someone who publicly stated a commitment to play ball at UW. Way to enter adulthood Terrence, by making a choice like spoiled 4 year old. 
 
Ok, that felt good. Here’s to Romar, UW Basketball, and running the Pac next season. Let’s go Dawgs! 
May 20, 2010 11:09 AM
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3 Responses

  1. Thanks Dawg Dude. I'd like to dedicate this award to high school athletes everywhere. In lieu of a long winded diatribe similar to the one above, I will pass it over to a man who knows more about high schoolers than their parents do, Steve Sarkisian: "A verbal commitment is a man's word. When someone breaks that commitment and decides to go somewhere else, it's probably better that we find out now than later on down the road."

  2. Amen to Sarkisianity and Sark.

  3. funny shit man!lol you know how to hit the nail on the head.

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