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08/18/2010

And now a G-A-Y sports timeout

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2010-08-18 At 6.07.11 PmNew York Jets coach Rex Ryan feels unfairly judged by former NFL coach and current TV analyst Tony Dungy (pic., l):

Tony Dungy was turned off by Jets Coach Rex Ryan's cursefest in the first episode of HBO's "Hard Knocks" last Wednesday.

Ryan has since promised to drop the portly pottymouth act, saying his mother insisted, and he wasn't too pleased with Dungy's criticism today.

"I've been a big admirer of Tony Dungy, and I'm sure a lot of people are, but he unfairly judged me, and that was disappointing to me," Ryan said in Cortland, N.Y

Jets Coach Rex Ryan: Tony Dungy 'unfairly judged me' [WaPo]

We say to Coach Ryan: Take a number, buddy:

DUNGY: (click to play audio clip)
(*Audio comes from a Indiana Family Institute Banquet)

And all we had to do to earn this unfair judgement was to embrace one certain four-letter word: L-O-V-E.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming.

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