Found November 10, 2011 on The Belly of the Beast:
PLAYERS: Bill Parcells
My apologies for being lazy and causing posting to grind to whatever is less than half a trot, but, as many of you know, work ruins everything.  However, I make no apologies for being lazy when I get home because as Bill Parcells once said, "You are what you are." As a peace offering, here's Houston Nutt if he were a raccoon.  State fans, take note of the second picture, as a trapped, skittish, and might-try-to-gnaw-your-ear-off Houston Nutt is likely the one you'll be seeing at the end of the month.  And, yes, I'm well aware of the stupidity of this.

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