How great was yesterday's win over Tennessee? OK, that's a dumb question (the answer: too great for mere words). Of course, yesterday wrapped up the college career of one of the great Cats: Danny Trevathan. I was struck by a comment Danny made in the LHL article about him on Saturday:
When asked what he hopes Kentucky fans will remember about Danny Trevathan, the senior linebacker hits all the talking points about giving his all and being a hard worker.
Then he pauses for a second and says: "I just hope people remember me."
I don't think there is any danger of Kentucky fans forgetting about #22, and pretty soon NFL offenses are going to get to know him real well.
But in honor of Danny Trevathan, I offer the following:
- 70% of the earth is covered by water. The rest is covered by Danny Trevathan.
- Danny Trevathan plays defense because his use on offense is classified a war crime by the U.N.
- Tim Tebow steps out of bounds when he sees Danny Trevathan.
- Danny Trevathan does not chase down receivers. He runs in place, spinning the earth until the receivers come to him.
- Andrew Luck returned to Stanford because he thought Danny Trevathan would enter the draft last year.
- NFL skill players started the lockout when they discovered Danny Trevathan would enter the league the next year.
- NFL owners ended the lockout when it was brought to their attention that Danny Trevathan would be available to be drafted this year.
- Danny Trevathan does not get drafted. He allows NFL teams to bid on his services.
- Danny Trevathan's tackles break the First Law of Thermodynamics.
- Danny Trevathan is Chuck Norris's hero.
That's all for now, but I invite you to leave your own tributes to Danny in the comments.