Found August 29, 2012 on Blatant Homerism:
"Anybody catch Royal Pains last night?" The University of Texas-El Paso, the Oklahoma Sooners' season-opening opponent Saturday, has had so many characters coach its football team that the USA Network should broadcast Miner football games. Mike Price is entering his ninth year as UTEP's head coach. Most Sooner fans may remember that he coached Washington State in the 2003 Rose Bowl when OU blasted his Cougars, 34-13. Prior to the Rose Bowl, Price had accepted the coaching job at the University of Alabama. He returned to coach in the Rose Bowl before talking off for a full-time gig at Tuscaloosa. Six months after taking the 'Bama job, Alabama officials discovered that Price spent $200 on cocktails, private dances and tips at a strip club in Pensacola, Fla. The next morning, an unidentified woman staying in his hotel room – not his wife – charged about $1,000 in food and drink on Price's credit card. Price was fired without coaching a single ga...
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