Erik Ainge Is Now Teaching Defensive Line Techniques At Subway

Erik Ainge, who a) once tossed the ball into the air in the end zone against LSU for a safety and injured himself by running into the goalpost on the play and b) said his drug use outstripped Charlie Sheen's, has evolved into a competent sports radio host who says things that make no sense but are loud. That is not why this post was written.

No, it was written because Ainge apparently decided to get in a three-point stance ... in flip-flops ... and a ridiculous outfit ... in a Subway. Thank goodness for cameras in our phones.

I don't know what "cool" means in Tennessee, but I think I disagree with the definition.

Then again, I'm pretty sure that's a Subway because I have eaten at Subway often enough to sear what a Subway table looks like into my brain.

For more accounting of what is cool in Tennessee, visit Rocky Top Talk.

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