Mike Leach knows he’s stuck in Lubbock. He looks around Lubbock and sees dust storms and sleet and stupid people. He looks around in College Station and sees well groomed intelligent people with loyal hearts. He looks at his record setting quarterback and sees an imbecile that broke a bunch of records and flipped off his own fans. He looks at Stephen McGee and sees a dude that transformed himself into a fullback because his team had no defense, and Champ McGee never complained.
Leach realizes his only escape is through the bottle, but sometimes he gets online after a few. LOL, we’ve all done that, but Leach’s insults are sad. I almost feel sorry for him. He’s a bad man on a downward spiral. He’s smart enough to realize his and his people’s shortcomings.
Leach is in a bad way right now. His best player ever might be on Cleveland’s practice squad.
Yes, Graham Harrell was a system guy.
A system guy.
Welcome to the real world, Graham. I ordered my pizza with mushrooms. Take this back to Domino’s and get me another one.
If Graham Harrell had gone to A&M and been a backup to Stephen McGee and Jerrod Johnson for his entire college career, he would have a better chance to make it in the NFL than he does now. That’s a fact.
Graham Harrell flipped off the Tech student section during a game. Obviously, he wasn’t in Lubbock because he liked the school or the people. Certainly he didn’t go for the education. Hell, the school is not even accredited. He wanted to go to the league. Now he knows he was duped. There’s no way he could get to the league from Tech.
Leach is trying to save his recruiting class by insinuating that the entire NFL is stupid. Wrong, Mr. Leach.
It’s hard to predict the future, but I think we all have a pretty good idea what will happen to Graham Harrell.
After realizing that he can’t throw five yard crossing routes 90% of the time in the NFL, Graham will go back to Lubbock to finish his degree. Once he gets that degree, which is more worthless than those online diplomas you can buy because at least those online diplomas are from accredited institutions, Graham will have to move back in with Mommy and Daddy.
He’ll get a job at the local gym so he can work out for free. He’ll start telling everyone that he has some interest from the league. He’ll drink a lot. He’ll start to get a little fatter. His mom and dad will start to get concerned, but they won’t say anything because of his fragile psyche.
After it’s clear to those around him that he has absolutely zero shot of ever throwing a football in a real game again, he’ll begin to tell people he’s considering trying out for one of the regional golf tours. He’ll begin wearing a Titleist cap to hide his receding hairline. He’ll let his hair get long in the back because he thinks it looks cool like that with his Titleiest cap on. He’ll tell everyone he “shot a 69 this morning” at some low rent muni. He’ll giggle a little quietly to himself after he says 69. People will look at him like he’s pathetic. He’ll spend the rest of the day in the bar.
After a few years, no one will really remember him anymore. Tech students are too stupid to remember anything for more than a few years. Mike Leach will either be run out of Lubbock or will take a job in the next version of the WFL or XFL or whatever. Pretty soon, the only people that remember him will be Aggies, and of course Aggies don’t really care for him too much. His moral values are below ours.
By this time, his parents will die. He’s already run through most of their money on hair dye and designer drugs. He’s pretty much reached bottom, but since he went to Tech, he’s too damned stupid to realize what a worthless piece of excrement he is. He’s lost his job at the gym and now spends some time at a local bar in Lubock where he’s known as “that stupid old guy that buys drinks for everyone”.
When he finally dies, no one cares enough to write an obituary.
What a waste of a life. He should’ve gone to TCU.
Okay, Mr. Leach, it’s your turn. We can do this all summer.