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Hot Mics, Cold Hearts: Week 6 in quotes

Potent quotables from three bright October days of college football:

"Tyler Wilson will likely blow through Ryan Mallett's passing yardage records this season (somewhat out of raw necessity)." -- Chris Brown

"Pat Hill's stache always looks more melancholy versus Boise." -- @osuphil95

"Today's game at Legion Field. With games at Davis Wade and Liberty Bowl, average age of stadiums played in this year is 223. " -- Joe Galbraith

"I hope Ralph Friedgen is at this Ga Tech-Maryland game dressed as Henry VIII." -- @celebrityhottub

"We were down five, right? Up five, I mean ... It was 20-13? Up seven?'' -- Ron Zook, via SB Nation

 

"It's always nice to sneak up on people." -- Jim Grobe

"We're water and bamboo. That's about all I can say. Bamboo sits there and you water it, and you water it, and you water it. It sits there and it doesn't grow and it doesn't grow and you water it and you keep watering it and nothing's happening. If you don't understand bamboo, you say it's never going to grow. And then you come out and it goes ZHOOM! That's what's going to happen. I don't know when that is." -- Derek Dooley, via the Knoxville News-Sentinel

"They've got Jeannine Edwards lit like she's in an Eli Roth movie. Appropriate, since this game will be an elaborate maze of atrocities." -- Spencer Hall

"I like to imagine the Longhorn Network being like CCTV here in China. THE OKLAHOMA GAME WAS CANCELLED. IT DID NOT OCCUR." -- @DannyFordIsGod

"We had 2 guys assigned to the punter, didnt do their job. They won't play in our program." -- Will Muschamp, via Jason Lieser

"By the way, Will Muschamp, you're coaching Florida. Do you really need to assign TWO guys to the punter?" -- Bryan Fischer

"The best the best thing about being in Tiger Stadium today was hearing PA announcer Dan Borne yell, 'Interception by the Honey Badger!'" -- @thecajunboy

"Mark May likes Andrew Luck's 'intangibles,' specifically his athleticism, a tangible quality visible to all." -- Dan Rubenstein

"Jean-Baptiste was too busy pontificating about the inheritance of acquired characteristics to not lead with his helmet there." -- Luke Zimmermann

"I haven't run like that since high school. The monkey jumped on my back about halfway down there. Luckily, I made it." -- Tevin Elliott

"That #11 ranking was such a farce. If Texas had Complete Scouting Services they wouldn't lose to OU so bad." -- Willie Lyles

"Kentucky has a heck of a punter, I know that." -- Steve Spurrier, via the Lexington Herald-Leader

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