Site Navigation
Our Sponsors

clothingWhere Old And New Crossover

charityJoin The NCCU Eagle Club

clothing

HS, College, and Greek Clothing Needs

charityDonate To RSJ Foundation

Joe Simmons Jr. Productions

Send Us An Email For Rates 

Find Any Article With Keyword Search
Get BCSOM Daily

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Disclaimer

Unless otherwise noted, all material on this website is Copyright ©2010-2013 by Bull City State of Mind. All rights reserved. Under no circumstances is material here to be reproduced and distributed for sale or profit by any individual or organization. Permission is granted for users to quote original material on these pages for use in papers or articles with appropriate citation. 

Please site properly if you use any information from this site. Thank You!

Follow us on Twitter
Feeds
No RSS feeds have been linked to this section.

TODAY ON BCSOM


Sports Content_____________________________________________________________

Entries in Hank Haney (1)

Tuesday
Aug162011

Give Me A Call Tiger The Fix Is Simple

As I sat and watched this the other night I thought that Brandel Chamblee nailed it. What Brandel can't say (that I can) is Sean Foley is arrogant. Quite frankly this is the last kind of influence Tiger needs at this point. It should be noted that Brandel has a great deal of admiration and respect for Tiger which he also makes clear on this edition of "Live at" and has over the years. His comments about Tiger's tenacity were also right on. There is "no give up in Tiger". 

Arrogance is a very dangerous character flaw in any game. I warned Woods of this earlier in the year. The Gods punish it routinely as one of the best players I ever met once told me, "I've been around these championships for a long time and while there are still a lot of things I don't know about the game the one thing I do know is that the second you get cocky about the game the game has a way of cutting you down to size in a most embarrassing way"... seen it hundreds of times. You are not responsible for the thought, but you are responsible for what you do with it. I can speak from experience that humility works well in Golf.

It almost looked like it was hurting Brandel to say what he had to say. In this day and age when so much commentary is painfully PC it is refreshing to hear Brandel go off and speak his mind. 

Click to read more ...