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Now It’s A Party

December 06, 2012 at 12:54am by Scott   •  7 Comments »

I swear I got this image from a collection called the '50 Most Punchable Faces in Sports'.
Two more names have been added to the attendee list of the 2002 Super Bowl reunion: Monte Kiffin and Keyshawn Johnson. And these additions really beg the question, what the hell is Ken Dilger doing that’s so important?

Kiffin suddenly has a lot of free time since he “resigned” from the University of Southern California. Apparently they figured out the Tampa 2 in the PAC-12 and rather than wait around for his own son to fire him, he bailed to “pursue NFL opportunities”. Now, I haven’t heard anyone clamoring for Monte this season, but there will be a couple top-down housecleanings in the NFL, so it’s not unreasonable that he gets some play as a DC or even a position coach in the offseason. But let’s not pretend this is a career move at 72. ANYWAY, he’s coming to Tampa for the reunion and I would pay to see if he and Warren Sapp ever get within 15 feet of each other after Sapp buried Kiffin in his book. If you’re attending the game this Sunday, PLEASE pay attention to those two and post something here about how it went down.

Speaking of people that Sapp hung out to dry in his book, Keyshawn was finally able to finagle some time in his busy busy schedule to make the trip.

Johnson, a wide receiver who now works for ESPN, was not on the original list of alumni but was later able to arrange with his bosses to make the trip.

Oh no! What will ESPN do without Keyshawn’s keen takes on the NFL like when he said Peyton Manning was a dome quarterback and couldn’t play outside or when he blamed the Bengals for when Chad Johnson got arrested this year? Yes, I’m sure the ESPN bosses were really torn on this decision. Jon Gruden is the host of Monday Night Football (for ESPN no less) and has a game to call the next day and he was still the first one to RSVP that he’d be in Tampa for the anniversary, so don’t tell me Keyshawn had some major scheduling conflict with the Monday Night Countdown bosses. I’m pretty sure Steve Young just runs Keyshawn’s mouth by remote with an iPad anyway.

7 Comments to “Now It’s A Party”

manbearpig

manbearpig (December 06, 2012 at 07:50am:

I haven’t read the book, what did he say about ol monte?!

gatorbait

gatorbait (December 06, 2012 at 02:06pm:

Today marks the 3,000th day since UT beat Florida in football :D

BaldBuc4055

BaldBuc4055 (December 06, 2012 at 02:27pm:

I’m just hoping that the Bucs don’t overlook this game since everybody and their brother is writing this off as an automatic win. At least it won’t be blacked out.

jampersands

jampersands (December 06, 2012 at 07:54pm:

I too want to hear what Sapp said about Monte. Ever since the World-Except-for-Southern-California figured out what little shit his son is, I’ve wondered how much of his behavior is a reflection of Monte.

Aesir_B

Aesir_B (December 07, 2012 at 02:21am:

Does anyone know how to access the alt-text on a Mac on Safari? Im stuck using this for a couple of months and don’t want to miss out on the funnies.

Scott

Scott (December 07, 2012 at 12:35pm:

Aesir, you don’t see the text because I don’t code it right. I use the ALT tag, which is what is supposed to appear if no image is found. I should be using the TITLE tag, which would appear on a rollover. When I started programming, the TITLE tag didn’t exist and I never changed my methods because I suck. In Safari, you can right-click, go to INSPECT ELEMENT and see it there.

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