Anyone who has ever been to any site that had anything to do with sports, knows about the "Troll". Whether you know them by this name or the synonym, "interloper", or just that douche that posts mean stuff about your team, the name that you call them in definiton is far better than what you will call them on the message boards. You'll rail against their inflammatory comments about your favorite team, they'll come back with a snarky comment about your state, you'll accuse them of having borderline personality disorder for sitting on your team's message board all day. And thus begins the waltz...
And he's got friends! I mean he has friends in anonymity on this message board, because, c'mon, there is no way that a guy who lives on another team's message board could have any living, breathing fans! That would require him actually doing something other than setting himself up for the abuse and rancor that you and your gang of home board homies are more than willing to pile on his idiotic azz.
But you know, when you really look at it, you need gatorz, DCFlorida, kman29, checkeredpast, and even the purported Tennessee fans that really aren't like BobbeaVol. I need gatorz and his "buddies". We all need our gatorz in the lean and lonely sports abyss that is the summer....
Is this the best y'all have to offer on this fine morning?
We'll "fear the Kiffin" right after we get finished fearing Randy Shannon and Rich Brooks.
If you wanted your coach to strike fear in someone, you should have hired one who has actually won a ballgame. Now Daniel Hood, we do fear him, especially if he's around our minor children!
It ain't often you have convicted sex offenders playing on your football team.
Fear the Hood!
They don't really give us much of a chance to miss them cause they are always there. Like the sting we feel when we think back to last seasons debacle wrapped in a disaster inside of a Jonathan Crompton turnover. They constantly remind us of our team's failure. And who can argue with their logic. Well, we all CAN, but really, THEIR stupid team just won the National Flippin' Championship and our team didn't even have a shot at the Gaylord Hotel Music City Bowl in Nashville! They have the better team on their side, for right now, at least. And they are charming in the way they never let us forget, even on our own turf.
The above comments were on the sixth page of an article about a recruit for the 2011 season. As the resident joker Florrible (Florida + Horrible = Florrible) points out, this could only be the work of the trolls gone totally mad. This article ended up having 387 (!!!) comments about a recruit in the class of 2011. An article a few days later about a kid from a local school that will be walking on to the basketball team next fall only had 91. By the way, there's even a basketball troll IN MAY. Yes, that's right; every single article about Tennessee basketball in May will be graced with his baby blue-tinted coloring of that day's events! What?
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