Tom Cable "McLovin" Punches Raiders Assistant
Oakland Raiders coach Tom Cable (a.k.a. John Goodman) was rumored to have "round-housed" assistant Randy Hanson during a coaches meeting.
Cable, who models his coaching style after Buddy Ryan, believes it is okay to hit people in the face when they aren't looking as long as you keep it in-house.
What could Randy Hanson have possibly done that would anger Cable so vigorously that he felt the need to rearrange Hanson's face?
Raider Assistant Coach Randy Hanson: Team Punching Bag
Defensive Assistant Randy Hanson looks more like the guy who gets "tea-bagged" by an NFL player than an NFL assistant.
Why this troublesome little toad is still part of the Raiders organization is beyond me.
Last year, Lane Kiffin wanted the team narc (Hanson) eliminated. Now Cable seems to have a problem with his face. I guess there is just something about Hanson's face that makes people want to hit it.
Cable Tells the Media
Of course Tom Cable wants to handle the "McLovin" punch of assistant Randy Hanson in-house. He doesn't want to go to jail.
If Hanson pressed charges against Cable for the sucker punch, there is no doubt Cable would have had assault charges filed against him.
Instead, Al Davis and that lovely Raider family came up with the old, "I got mad so I kicked a chair, and it just happened to hit him square in the jaw, coincidentally leaving several knuckle-shaped bruises on his chin" story.
Hanson's Payoff Better Be Larger Than Pitino's Payout!
I'm sure Hanson received a nice little sum of money to keep his mouth shut! Hopefully, the Raiders learned from Pitino's mere $3,000 hush fund payout.
Come on, everyone knows that if you want a problem to go a way you can't low ball them!