Everyone’s favorite University of Alabama Offensive Analyst and Intern, Butch Jones, has officially put his Knoxville home up for sale.
The 6-bed 9-bath house in the Oakleigh Community is a whopping 11,476 square feet.
The asking price? Well, for a cool $3,795,000 the estate can be yours. Now we aren’t here to talk about all the amenities that the grandiose palace has.
We are simply here to discuss just a few of the things that can be seen from the listing pictures.
Let’s begin with the Alabama helmet in the top of the closet by the window.
First off, the AUDACITY to have that garbage in your Knoxville home. Keep that mess in your Tuscaloosa home, we don’t need that up here.
I do wonder if that was the one that Shy Tuttle “fell on.”
Let’s next talk about this beauty.
Such a remarkable piece of craftsmanship is truly wasted in the ownership of such a vile creature as Jones. The detail is truly too magnificent for a man that continually mismanaged other great pieces of work.
You know, his players and their talent.
Finally, we have our pièce de résistance: the wall of Butch.
Look, no one ever said that this man was the most humble. It was never stated that he wasn’t a tad messed up in the head.
But the fact that this jackass thought enough of himself to have a personal shrine of himself leaves me speechless.
One of the most disappointing stints for a Tennessee coach is the best way to describe his tenure. However, you would think this man is a celebrated coach and the patron saint of Big Orange Country.
This man was nothing more than a high school gym teacher/youth pastor who masqueraded around as a top-tier college football coach for five years as he drove one of the most storied programs into the ground.
But by the looks of this wall, you’d think he won multiple natty’s. Point is, this is second-to-last step to wiping away the ugly stain that is Jones from our program.
Now, if we can just get the freeloader off the payroll the process will be complete and our souls will be cleansed.