I got a new answer to that question. Back in January, they appointed this guy, and he’s 77 years old, and he’s the leader of a billion people in the world.
They call him the Pope, and he replaced a guy that was 85 years old. So if he can be the leader of over a billion people worldwide, surely I can get 11 guys on the field.
The HBC has a new answer to an annoyingly old question — how long does he plan to coach at South Carolina?
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Well, I ain’t gonna say any names, but one coach told me that since I’m the No. 1 player, I’m gonna get to meet Michael Jackson. I said, ‘Isn’t he already dead?’ The coach goes, ‘Well, all right, you can meet Tito.’ I was like, all right. OK, I’m done. It was crazy, but it is what it is.
A week from Saturday, I ship off on what I think will be an amazing journey — I am going on a week-long mission trip to Guatemala. I will be in a village called Comitancillo.
If you want to know where it is, click here. If you want an appreciation of just how far off the grid it is, zoom out a couple of clicks.
I admit I’m a tad nervous, as this is well out of my comfort zone. There is one thing I am looking forward to, however.
So, I saw this band perform this song Saturday night.
Yes, it’s been almost 20 years since the song first dropped. Yes, it was at a free street festival for a NASCAR race. Yes, it’s not “Blowin’ in the Wind.”
But you know what? It made me smile. And, it’s been gleefully stuck in my head since then. That also makes me smile.
So, I’ve been a fan of Under Armour for a while. I was especially excited several years ago when we landed the football deal, which in turn led to the athletic-department-wide apparel deal.
I like their stuff from a functional perspective, I like it from the marketing perspective and I like it from the “cool” perspective.