In a recent piece of "sports journalism" that worthless hack of a "writer" Matt Hinton, better known as "Dr. Saturday", decides he'll pile on and, with the aid of some Joe Montana comments, go after well-known Notre Dame walk-on Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger.
In keeping with our well-established policy of not linking to garbage here on BN, Hinton decides he won't simply "report" the story that Dan Patrick got out of Joe Montana on his radio show, but throws in his own dick-head commentary. Says Dr. Jackass:
And so reality continues its long unbeaten streak against trumped-up sentiment – not that Rudy Ruettiger minds, now that he's parlayed his 15 minutes into a steady career as motivational speaker and "corporate trainer." I suppose anyone who's able to inspire and sell a bogus feel-good movie about himself being a run-of-the-mill scrub is destined for success.
I love how worthless "sports writers" tear down athletes who actually made it. It's like he's trying to make up for his own athletic shortcomings by attacking others. That kind of stuff makes me sick: and you see it time and time again from these sports "journalists" who rip on athletes (calling a hard-working walk-on a scrub, I mean, is that really necessary or fair), yet they never shed a drop of sweat or blood on the field in their entire worthless life. Kind of hypocritical, right?
Rudy was a walk-on at Notre Dame, got a degree from a pretty damn fine academic institution, and registered a sack against an elite team (Georgia Tech), while playing for an elite college team.
Can you say the same Hinton? You play a single down for any major college program? Let alone one for Notre freakin' Dame?
I didn't think so, Dr. Jackass.