A South Carolina football manager was fired after defending head coach Will Muschamp’s honor in epic fashion.
According to the Post and Courier on Tuesday, Aubrey C. Walker was arrested on a charge of public disorderly conduct on Halloween night, and the reason is simply awesome. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
He eventually posted bond and was cut loose. It’s unclear whether or not he’s had a medal pinned on his chest for being such a damn hero to the people of South Carolina.
Walker is such a boss that I can’t help but respect him. He’s what I like to call a foxhole guy. If you ever find yourself on the frontline of a war, you want a guy like Walker in your foxhole next to you.
Anybody willing to fight over a Halloween costume depicting his coach’s buyout is a man I’ll go to war with any day of the week.
Why the hell was this guy fired? He should be given a standing ovation at the next home game South Carolina plays.
He was willing to throw down for the Gamecocks and Muschamp. Firing him over that is a slap in the face to what loyalty represents.
I don’t know if he saved Muschamp’s job or not but the world could use a few more guys like Walker. When artillery shells start flying and the Germans are coming through the forest, he’s the kind of guy you want next to you.