|I took my mistress for a ride on my hog and all I got was this lousy neck brace.|
Bobby Petrino went on ESPN last week for an interview in which the disgraced ex-Arkansas coach vowed that he had seen the light after a sex scandal forced him out of Fayetteville. Believe him or not, Petrino was clearly stumping to get back into coaching sooner than later.
What's next for Petrino? Will there be an FBS-level school that's willing to take him on as head coach next year? How quickly could he move back up to a gig in a top-tier conference, if ever?
Andrew Coppens: If I was an AD anywhere and Petrino's resume came across my desk it would go into the proper filing area, also known as the recycling bin.
Why? The guy has done more damage than good his entire career as a head coach. Sure he made Louisville back into a good program, but he bolted for the first chance at the NFL despite assertions to his players otherwise. He left that team high and dry mid-way through season one and landed at Arkansas and the rest is history at this point.no comments