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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Wikipedia Calls it for Kirby

I'm sure this will get changed pretty quickly, but gotta love this entry on Kirby Smart's Wikipedia page.

Under his "Coaching Career" bio, this is the final paragraph:

"In January of 2010, he is destined to become the savior of the Bulldawg Nation when he returns to Athens to become Georgia's defensive coordinator. With a $2 million a year contract, he also will become the nation's highest paid assistant coach. Please, please open the wallet Damon. Please, Please come home Kirby!"

And in related news, the population of endangered African elephants has tripled in the last six months.

5 comments:

PatinDC said...

Delete the lemon party junk. It's gross and not family friendly.


Another reason not to use Wikipedia as a serious source of info.

David Hale said...

I'm astonished at the lengths to which a person will go to be an asshole.

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