Found November 01, 2012 on
Throw The Flag:
Derek Dooley, the head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers isn’t exactly well liked right now. He lost to Kentucky last year and is likely on the way out. Volunteer fans are screaming for his head, especially Clay Travis. Tennessee has a long tradition of painting things on a rock. This one may have taken the cake. It is Derek Dooley as “Derek Zoolander” who was the star played by Ben Stiller in a comedy called Zoolander. The sign takes a quote from the movie and says:
Derek Doolander center for coaches that can’t coach good.
This happens to be a play on words that Derek Zoolander made a center for “Derek Zoolander’s school for kids who can’t read good and want to learn how to do other stuff good to.”
Way to go Tennessee Volunteer fans. This is the best way to make fun of your current coach possible.
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If you haven't seen the movie Zoolander, then I feel sorry for you. It's obvious that a group of Tennessee fans have and they channeled some severe awesomeness when they painted this on Tennessee's Rock:
h/t Saturday Blitz
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