Found December 12, 2012 on Crystal Ball Run:
We've all seen, heard of, or possibly done the good ole dine & dash at a restaurant, but former Texas Tech and current Cincinnati head coach Tommy Tubberville may have taken that classic to a whole different level. According to a Juco recruit he was out to dinner with Tubberville and a few other head coaches only to have the man leave dinner and never return. Instead he left to cross the t's and dot the i's on a fresh contract to become the Bearcats newest head coach. Not much in this crazy 2012 coaching carousel could really surprise me, but this one has to take the cake. According to the recruit, Devonte Danzey, Tubberville was strangely vague about how long he would remain at the helm of the Red Raiders - raising a red flag to begin with, but he also performed some verbal dancing as well.  If you read the report above Danzey even says Tubberville avoided the simple question by telling a story of recruiting Ray Lewis. (huh?)  Tubberville's masterf...
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