Brendan Maloy
Friday April 25th, 2014

Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn recently stopped by the Oak Park Retirement Community in Alabama as part of the football team's volunteer day.

When some of the resident's asked him to stop reading the numbers so fast (note: old people do not care how many games you've won if you are messing with their bingo), Malzahn took the opportunity to take a shot at Alabama's Nick Saban and Arkansas' Bret Bielma, who pushed for a pace of play rule which would slow down Malzahn's frenetic no-huddle attack.

Extra Mustard: Frank Caliendo Does Jon Gruden Impression With Jon Gruden

Trolling multiple SEC coaches while also volunteering to call bingo at local retirement home is a maneuver with an extremely high degree of difficulty, but that is why Gus Malzahn makes the big bucks. [LostLetterman]

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