- Apr 5, 2006
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Some people are just cut from a different cloth...and we know Mike's an original. I'd imagine the relationship between Kiffin and Leach is just like what we're seeing when they're away from the game.
Do you not goof off with your friends? Would you not laugh if you saw Saban do this to Malzahn? Rivalry. Nothing wrong with living on the lighter side of life either. Honestly, being serious all of the time is what has everyone so uptight and not wanting to embrace anyone else, ever. I don't see this as life or death from war. College football needs to be more laid back like this instead of about the money and following the PC script. That's what made it fun after all.
Why not? I always considered between the lines the place not to. Everything else is fair game to goof off in my mind. With everything else going on in the world, I consider this a reprieve from all the other garbage and something that made me laugh. And who better it happen to than Kiffin.
I guess so, because it's not something that continued to happen and was a simple moment of goofing off. Please don't act as if you've been Mr. Professional at every single moment in your career without the occasional quip or comment. If anything of the stories I've heard and seen, the naval and army enlisted soldiers/officers are the absolute kings of goofing off and giving it to their buddies. Is this white privilege?
What the fuck does white privilege have to do with this?
But look at how it has made a lot of us smile. Something that hasn't happened with the media in a while. Leach, while he may be different than a lot of folks, doesn't hide who he is, even with the cameras rolling. I respect that a lot more than some fake asshole that smiles for the cameras and is the total opposite when they are off like Ellen DeGeneres. Point taken though, you didn't like it, and that's fine too.
Just the way pirates are...lol