While it’s widely accepted that the SEC has been the best conference in college football over the last few years, things may be changing a bit this year. Right now the Big 12 has four teams in the top 10 of the BCS rankings, and five in the top 15. A big reason for this is quarterback play, as Texas has Colt McCoy, Oklahoma has Sam Bradford, Texas Tech has Graham Harrell, and Missouri has Chase Daniel.
Well, Chase was recently asked by Kirk Herbstreit which quarterback beside himself he would want to take the ball in the final two minutes of the game. Daniel chose UT’s McCoy, and the reason he gave may have included a Freudian slip. Thankfully, EVERYDAY SHOULD BE SATURDAY had the video, and it’s after the jump.
Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
Upon hearing the news, OU’s Bradford got quite upset.
“He chose McCoy? You mean I’ve spent all those hours on a stair machine and in pilates class for nothing!? I quit!”
Whether Bradford meant he’s quitting his workout regimen or the Sooners, he never said. Hell, I’m not even sure he actually said that in the first place.