Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Pearl Gives His School the Shirt Off His Back

University of Tennessee men's basketball coach Bruce Pearl made a statement Monday night (not a fashion one, though) during the Lady Vols' basketball game with #1 Duke. Pearl spent time in the student section rooting on the girls, and he did it sans shirt. Yes, Pearl showed up with orange paint all over his torso and arms with a powder blue V painted on his ample belly. The attached AP story is complete with a photo if you're into that kind of thing.

You've either got to love this or hate it, and I personnally love it. I think it's great that Pearl wanted to show school spirit and connect with some of the students. We could have a spirited debate regarding whether or not he should have worn a shirt, but I think this was a great reminder that the whole college sports experience should be fun. In the AP picture, Pearl and the fans around him sure looked like they were having a good time, and isn't that the whole point of attending a game?

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