Auburn Offensive Coordinator Gus Malzahn's Wife Is Insane (w/ VIDEO)

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Going off the rails on the Malzahn train....
Simultaneous with the push toward bowl season every year, we have the college football coaching carousel that begins spinning around Thanksgiving and doesn't stop until around the time the bowl games end (or until around spring practice if your quarterback is trading signed memorabilia for tattoos).

The intrigue of who ends up where is very exciting to me, and this season we have some major job openings. We've already seen Urban Meyer wind up at Ohio State. Now we wait and see who gets the openings (or soon to be openings) at Penn State, UCLA, Arizona State and Illinois (to name a few).

One name whose stock has probably risen and plummeted like Blue Star Airlines in Wall Street over the last four days is that of Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn.

Here's why:

Malzahn's wife Kristi recently spoke at a Christian Leadership Summit, and basically sprayed verbal bullets on everyone from Lou Holtz to Michael Dyer to her own kids. The only one who seemed truly safe from her wrath was Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton, for whom she appears to have some sort of quasi-cougar affinity. You'll see.

Here is the video with my chronological breakdown below:

0:10 -- It is established that the person conducting the interview with Kristi Malzahn is Dr. Ronnie Floyd, a pastor of over 35 years whose "experience, wisdom and passion for God make him a powerful proclaimer of God's word." That may all be true, but his hair makes him a televangelist. Just saying.

0:56 -- Floyd talks about how Gus Malzahn turned down $3 million to become a head coach at places but "we know that day will come for him." Little did Floyd know we were 30 minutes away from that not happening.

1:31 -- Kristi starts in on how happy she is that her kids are out of the house, to the point where she does a mini "hand and body shake" gesture reminiscent of a contestant being asked to "come on down" on The Price Is Right. Bonus bite: Floyd's "ummm...that's good" at 2:01.

2:10 -- Kristi tells all the Auburn fans (and college football fans in general) that they are absolutely nuts, and she marvels that anyone would want her husband's autograph. Kristi, if your trees start to die in the next week or so, don't be surprised. That's "crazy college football fan's" go-to move. Tree killing. You know this.

3:30 -- Kristi talks about a trip she and Gus made to Lou Holtz's house, and she pokes fun at Holtz's lisp, which admittedly I've done before on my show. But then again, I'm not the wife of an aspiring college football head coach.

4:00 -- Kristi reveals that Gus is in the office at 7:15 a.m. and comes home at 1:15 a.m. Which is about six hours less per day in the office than I expected, given how the first four minutes of this video went.

4:45 -- Kristi was not impressed by Gus's offense performance in the national championship game. "Twenty-two points? Really?" I'm starting to think that Kristi is a little tough to please. Perhaps even a little entitled. God help Gus if he doesn't bring it in the bedroom in those eight minutes per day that he's actually at home.


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Hoopie
Hoopie

Newton's recruiting lasted only 2 weeks.  Cecil's "agent" claimed  that other teams were offering $$$ while  visiting at the egg bowl in late November.  Newton committed on New years Eve.  If Christi is correct regarding the 2 week recruitment, then the Newton's had not even talked to Auburn in late November.

Come on Sean ...this is all recorded info.  At least do a little research before you jump to post you errant sarcasm.

UncleZeke
UncleZeke

Jesus. Listened to the whole interview. That woman is a piece of work.  

Austin
Austin

She is on some GOOD s***, and I want some.

Holly
Holly

This is so awesome! Poor guy!

PS- if you think that recruitment doesn't include briefcases of money, you must refer, and might fall into that category) to the 9:05 segment of the video.

Cheers! :-)

MadMac
MadMac

6:45 is the money here. I don't even follow sports, (since the Astros went to the AL) but this is FUNNY.

DadgumCharges
DadgumCharges

I'll bet a dollar she's had more than her share of Cammy Cam Juice in the past year.

Now we just need a peek at the tramp stamp you just know she has to be sporting.

Jbarden122
Jbarden122

The only thing that is more stupid than some of this woman's comments is Pendergrasts's comment that Auburn paid Newton. Not a single shred of evidence after a ton of investigation. Sports writers are worst than politicians. 

The OSD
The OSD

"36"? That's a play.

MadMac
MadMac

That's right 'cause that stuff's NEVER happened before. How dare Mr. Pendergast, (might wanna check your spelling there, JB) make a back-handed joke about something that has NEVER happened in the history of NCAA football and certainly never happened at Auburn, ~cough~ Pat Dye ~cough~.

Getreal1234
Getreal1234

Yeah, You keep believing that. It will all come out one day. Karma is a b$%tch.

Thurman
Thurman

Kinda like Trent Richardson, and the whole T-town Menswear extravaganza that will be coming out...

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