Tennessee's coach Derek Dooley is one of those guys who likes to talk in analogies. This was his newest one when talking about the Vols' 20-12 loss to Georgia on Saturday...

“We’re water and bamboo. That’s about all I can say. Bamboo sits there and you water it, and you water it, and you water it.,” Dooley said in part, according to GoVolsXtra.com on Sunday.

“It sits there and it doesn’t grow and it doesn’t grow and you water it and you keep watering it and nothing’s happening. If you don’t understand bamboo, you say it’s never going to grow. And then you come out and it goes ZHOOM! That’s what’s going to happen. I don’t know when that is.”
And if you don't like that analogy, his mother will come to your house and kill you. Hide your wife. Hide your kids.

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Dooley was handed a stinkin pile of crap and people expect him to win the SEC with it in two years. Pretty sad, really...
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It'll happen after they hire a new head coach..

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