The Cliché Award

Caleb Brasher —  Sunday, January 6, 2013 — Leave a comment

Today, I will give out an award for the most cliché sentence that has ever been uttered in the English language. And the award goes to………..Allison Williams! She wins today’s award for her performance at the halftime recap of the Florida-Florida State game. I will just let her words display her brilliance in reference to what Coach Muschamp told his players at halftime:

“He told his players about those slip ups; it’s all about focus; this is a big game; we need every snap; you have to play with emotion, but you can’t let it overcome you or you’re not doing your job.”

Impressively cliché indeed.

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By: Caleb Brasher

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Caleb Brasher

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I am a grad student at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. I have an undergrad degree from Mississippi State University in Communication Studies. I love anything in which a score is kept and at the end, there is both a winner and a loser.

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