2010 College Football Predictions: Aqua Buddha Reveals the Truth

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2010 College Football Predictions: Aqua Buddha Reveals the Truth


A former member of the swim team at Baylor, who is currently a United States Senate candidate in Kentucky, has been accused of bizarre activities during his college days by a female psychologist in Waco, Texas.


The candidate, Rand Paul, formerly known as Randy Paul in college according to others, allegedly dropped by with a fellow classmate to see the young woman when they were all students in the early 1980s.


According to the report of the psychologist, who wishes to have her name withheld, Paul and his friend put her in their car and drove to the countryside outside of Waco, where they stopped near a creek.


"They told me their god was 'Aqua Buddha' and that I needed to bow down and worship him," the woman recalls. "They blindfolded me and made me bow down to 'Aqua Buddha' in the creek. I had to say, 'I worship you Aqua Buddha.'"


Kind of like the way Nick Saban is worshipping President Obama in the picture.

Now that I have straightened out the prima donna who thinks he owns the Bleacher Report, I will continue with the article for more intelligent readers.


Nearly 30 years later, the woman is still trying to make sense of that afternoon. "They never did anything wrong... They were messing with my mind. It was some kind of joke. ... I just know I never saw Randy after that, for understandable reasons."


Since Paul is a favorite of the Tea Party group, it seems that if someone could contact Aqua Buddha, perhaps he could clear his bong and read the tea leaves to advise of future college activities that will take place, maybe even in the sport of football.


There could be no doubt—we must find Aqua Buddha and learn the secrets only he can tell.


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