Tommy Amaker: Coach and SaviorPosted by rtmsf on September 24th, 2007
In one of the more shocking developments of our nascent blog’s young life, we’ve noticed that a mid-April entry deriding Tommy Amaker‘s arrival at Harvard as some sort of savior is regularly in the blog’s Top 10 posts every month. Now, we don’t know who is behind this peculiar phenomenon, but we can posit a few guesses.
Are Michigan fans so disgusted with Amaker that they’re still spitefully searching for him only to piss on his virtual grave?
Are Harvard fans so enamored with him… wait a minute, there are Harvard fans?
Are Duke fans so unapologetically overzealous for Coach K to sprout a successful coaching tree that they’re driving the hits? Hmm, perhaps a Quin Snyder/Pete Gaudet/Jeff Capel post would answer that question.
Frankly, we think it’s Amaker himself. After all, he hasn’t had much to do all summer other than prep for his
Promise Keepers revival coaching clinic. Yes, friends, for only $65 per person you too can learn how to walk around with a cool halo effect surrounding your head and torso. (major h/t to The Realests for this find)
So what’s the o/u on number of glowing (sorry, that was rancid) articles we’ll see about Amaker succeeding at Harvard this preseason? We’ll set the number at four. Any takers?