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Rick Neuheisel sings version of 'Day-O' about Ed Orgeron

No one asked him to do it. But here we are.

First, Strummin' Rick Neuheisel called in to the Dan Patrick Show to sing a version of a Marty Robbins song about Johnny Manziel. And now, via Conquest Chronicles, here he is singing a version of a Harry Belafonte song about USC coach Ed Orgeron. No one asked for this. I'm almost positive no one wanted this. But it doesn't look like this is going away any time soon.

Oh god, he's going to release a college-football themed album of spoof songs, isn't he? He's like the Weird Al for the visor set. COACH NEUHEISEL, IF YOU CAN HEAR ME: STOP. THIS WON'T END WELL FOR ANYONE. WELL, EXCEPT MAYBE YOU BECAUSE YOU'LL PROBABLY MAKE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS AS A RESULT. BUT THINK OF THE REST OF US.

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