Now the Senator has two articles from which he pulled this story which can be found:
The first one is awesome....but the second one.....well lets just say it is the stuff of LEGEND! You don't actually have to click the link because I am going to cut and past a majority of the tastier morsels right now.
If you don't know what the 411 is on this let me tell you. SMU beat TCU 40-33 in overtime this Saturday. It marked the first time in 11 years that June Jones was able to beat Gary Patterson. Now SMU and TCU are historically comparable programs. However, in the past decade TCU has left SMU behind. Recently SMU has finally decided to care about Football again after the diarrhea storm that was Craig James, dead hookers, and the death penalty. SMU hired June Jones who is by all accounts probably the best coach that SMU could hope to have. Jones you will remember brought respectability to Hawaii (and Hawaii was subsequently prison shanked in New Orleans by the Dawgs--while he had already left the mentality of BVG was still at Georgia but that Sugar Bowl marked the end of his influence and the end of Defense in Athens). What most of us did not know is this:
First of all Jones went all Carolina Gamecock and started talking smack despite the fact that the win was his first ever against Patterson. Jones then accused the Guru of the 4-2-5 and his right hand man, Dity Dick, of not changing very much. It would appear that June Jones is not impressed with Patterson and it only took 11 years to figure him out. Of course one does not disrespect the Norse god of Thunder and Lightening with some degree of repercussion.
Most egregious of the calls, Patterson said, was a pass interference call on the first play of the game that negated an interception by TCU cornerback Jason Verrett and resulted in an SMU touchdown. On SMU's next possession, Patterson said the crew missed an obvious motion penalty. The Mustangs then scored on a 71-yard pass play for a 14-0 lead.