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Crompton Doesn’t Need Peyton’s Advice

October 02, 2009 at 01:29pm by Scott   •  11 Comments »

Peyton tries to illustrate to Crompton the difference between 'left' and 'right'.
This is total hearsay, but if you’ve ever listened to Jonathan Crompton talk or seen him play or caught a glimpse at his barely-pubescent ‘stache, you can totally believe this story is true about Crompton’s latest encounter with Peyton Manning in Knoxville.

…according to one source, the Tennessee great sat down in the training room with the Vols’ current signal caller and Manning began talk to him. As Manning and Crompton talked, members of the team in the training room began to gather around to listen to what Manning had to say to Crompton.

It appears the only person in the room that wasn’t paying attention to Manning was the very person who could use his advice the most- Crompton. Sources say Crompton was looking around the room as if to appear disinterested in what Manning had to say.

Crompton’s next move, according to sources, was to excuse himself to the restroom. He never returned. Needless to say, Manning wasn’t happy about Crompton’s insulting behavior. The term “pissed off” was used to describe Manning’s feelings regarding the situation- at least that’s what we’re hearing.

Like a true professional, Manning shook it off and talked to the receivers for another half hour.

It is physically impossible for me to root against Crompton just for the simple fact that he has an orange T on his helmet. But if he were on any other team, I’d be praying every week for some motivated defensive end to spear him in the sternum so hard that his head exits out Crompton’s back so that he can wear Crompton’s torso like a necklace. But as the case may be, I’ll just wish him a game of efficient hand-offs and remind him not to tie his shoelaces together.

This pass was picked off and returned for a touchdown.

YOU FUCKING BIG ORANGE GOOFY PICK-THROWING FUCK! YOU’RE KILLING MY TEAM! KILLING! MY! TEAM! PEYTON MANNING OFFERS YOU QUARTERBACKING ADVICE AND YOU BLOW HIM OFF?!?!? HALF THE SCHOOL IS NAMED AFTER THIS GUY AND YOU TELL HIM TO TALK TO THE HAND? FUCK YOU! I WENT TO THIS SCHOOL, I LIVED ACROSS THE STREET FROM NEYLAND STADIUM, I *LOVE* THIS SCHOOL AND THIS FOOTBALL TEAM AND YOU ARE SINGLE-HANDEDLY DESTROYING IT YOU STUPID FUCKING MOUNTAIN GOAT! I HATE YOU! DIE! CHOKE ON A CHICKEN FINGER AND DIE RIGHT NOW!

Ahem. Sorry about that. Yeah, I think this is going to be a tough season for me all the way around.

11 Comments to “Crompton Doesn’t Need Peyton’s Advice”

Mark S

Mark S (October 02, 2009 at 01:47pm:

Disrespect a QB legend? If he were on my team you would need a shovel to find his dog house. He would be over my knee begging for to only hit him again. The term Ole block would be redefined with a picture of the Tenn OL standing pat, as four player simultaneously hit Crompton recieving the snap from center. How fucking stupid can you get?

Mark S

Mark S (October 02, 2009 at 01:50pm:

I would fine the entire team one pay check courtesy of Crompton and excuse myself from the room very quickly.

Louie

Louie (October 02, 2009 at 01:50pm:

Commissioner: And in the first round, the Bucs pick…. Jonathan Crompton.

Why would Crompton want to listen to the guy who couldn’t even beat the Gators?

Scott

Scott (October 02, 2009 at 01:53pm:

Not nice, Louie.

Louie

Louie (October 02, 2009 at 02:00pm:

Sorry, I just had to mess with you.

gatorbait

gatorbait (October 02, 2009 at 03:30pm:

I think Tennessee Volunteers is a pretty cool guy. eH throws interceptions and doesn’t afraid of anything.

forthntwint

forthntwint (October 03, 2009 at 08:48am:

crompton is my HERO

Mark S

Mark S (October 03, 2009 at 11:56am:

What the pick? Auburn or Tennessee?

Louie

Louie (October 03, 2009 at 12:50pm:

Auburn by 3 Crompton picks.

JScott

JScott (October 04, 2009 at 09:29am:

Is Crompton it for QB’s on the roster? Is there a guy they don’t want to waste eligibility on this season, how can a guy hold down a position that isnt trusted to throw the ball? odd

jdub

jdub (October 05, 2009 at 09:30am:

Look, as a Gator alum I’m legally required to hate the Vols, but I can’t feel it in my heart. With their O-line, defense, and running backs… it’s a shame, is all, and my heart goes out, however briefly, to volunteer fans. Obviously, the guy has worse problems than just not being a very good quarterback. Ok, a terrible quarterback.

Peyton Fucking Manning comes to give you advice and you treat him like a punk? Yeeeeeegh. (Again, as a Gator alum, legally required to hate Peyton Manning the vol, but Peyton Manning the Colt? Standup guy. Smartest QB in the league.)

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