Ever since I was a little kid, I always kinda wanted to be a pro wrestler. I didn't want to be ripped or bash people's faces fakely or anything, I just wanted my own walkout song. It's the moment we all dreamed of, taking the field/ring/court with the hypest song of all time pumping behind you. My hate of the 49ers (Cowboys fan here) was severely diminished when they took the field at the Super Bowl to "California Love". I nearly ripped off the armrests of my movie theater seat in "Creed" when Michael B. Jordan takes the ring to "Hail Mary" by Tupac. In no apparent order and for no apparent reason, here are the greatest 10 walkout songs of all time. Don't argue with me this is science people.
10. "Fortunate Song" - Creedence Clearwater Revival
9. "M.A.A.D. City" - Kendrick Lamar
8. "Holy Diver" - Dio
7. "The Kiss" - Clannad
6. "Undefeated" - KB
5. "Street Wars" - Vinnie Paz ft. Clipse
4. "Look Out For Detox" - Kendrick Lamar
3. "Triumph" - Wu-Tang Clan ft. Cappadonna
2. "Achilles Last Stand" - Led Zeppelin
1. "Welcome Home" - Coheed & Cambria
I couldn't care less if your favorite pump up song didn't make it. Tell me how wrong I am in the comments or something. On to the different things.
Deshaun Watson beat out VY's National Championship yardage stats. Even the mightiest Longhorns are falling to time, and it's kinda funny.
The Big XII is arguably the worst conference in college football. I said it's arguable, not that I would argue it. The funny part is that Texas A&M still couldn't win it.
I call Texas Football "The Edge Of Tomorrow" because they consistently lose over and over again despite how many times they look in the past for answers.
Nick Saban probably likes the Skynet/Dark Lord persona that's been created for him. It honestly wouldn't surprise me if he hired a guy or two to post those jokes on Twitter. Personal branding or something.
Alabama football will be having back problems in a couple of years due to the incessant piggybacking of the rest of the SEC.
I'd pay good money to see a showmatch between Jesse Palmer and Larry Culpepper (that wack Dr. Pepper dude). There are only winners in this. No gloves, no mercy.
The coach's room part of the broadcast is easily the best part of the national championship mega broadcast. If you're looking to learn things about football and watch defensive coordinators literally call plays before they happen, watch it or find a replay. It's strange to watch Will Muschamp calm, but I guess that tends to happen it's not your team.
Speaking of Will Muschamp, coach BOOM got a new job at South Carolina. Can't wait to watch him torpedo a new SEC school.
I'm not entirely certain that Will Muschamp isn't a deep cover agent of destruction being controlled by Mack Brown to dismantle the SEC from the inside out. Everything he touches these days just seems to fall apart.
Bill Snyder is still coaching. College football's lovable wise grandfather is back. Unfortunately every wise grandfather requires a drunk uncle, and that's why we have Bret Bielema.
I can't wait for Jakeem Grant to go undrafted only to surface as a dependable slot receiver for a team like the Patriots and make everyone wonder why they didn't draft him. He's like a faster Cole Beasley.