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Former Oklahoma head coach Barry Switzer is on a roll this week. After calling Johnny Manziel an "arrogant little prick" on Wednesday, he was on WNSR in Nashville Thursday where he said he would never recruit a white quarterback. Per Yahoo! Sports...
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“First of all, I would have a long talk with Johnny before I draft him. I haven’t had that opportunity. I’ve said some negative things about him but at the same time I’ve said some great, positive things about him. I love his ability,”

“I’ve always said I’d never recruit a white quarterback. The only way I’d ever recruit a white quarterback to play for me is if his mom and daddy would both have to be black, and that’s the only way I would do it. My quarterback is a quarterback-fullback offense – how the wishbone was. I’d have to have a Jamelle Holieway, J.C. Watts and Thomas Lott (former Oklahoma quarterbacks who are all black). Those guys are gonna be my quarterbacks – great runners, great ball carriers and be able to pass. Those guys could throw and run.”
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Troy Aikman says GFY, Barry!
Reply38 months
Will Rogers never met Barry. He was the biggest jerk in college football, soon became the biggest jerk in pro football. Just shut up Barry.
Reply39 months
omg! if that's not reverse racism i dont know what is. That's ridiculous
Reply39 months
Funny thing old people say.
Reply39 months
This will end well..
Reply39 months
@Pavaloco83

I've witnessed some of the most rational, intelligent people go full retard in old age. And you're right; they say anything and don't GAF.
Reply39 months
Taking a page from Mac McGill's playbook.
Reply39 months
What an idiot.
Reply39 months
This guy sounds about as stupid as Pat Dye does now. You never know what old dudes are gonna say. (and I love Patrick Fain Dye).
Reply39 months
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