Former Georgia Tech qb Joe Hamilton just joined the Yellow Jacket coaching staff to assist young players in adjusting to life. And as all great leaders do, Lil' Joe leads by his own example.
A former Georgia Tech quarterback, just hired to help football players adjust to campus life, was arrested for driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, open container and hit and run on Tuesday, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Ever elusive, Hamilton dodged the first hit before campus police pulled him over and got him to admit the hit and run, along with emptying the car and finding the weed and open container combination. The things we love most about this:
One: That he was hired to help kids adjust to college life. Um, TOP SCORE!, Joe.
Two: When people take weed and an open container with them. There's a very American mentality to it: if I can sit in my living room and utilize a luxury, it should therefore be able to come in the car with me, be it television, booze, weed, my XBox, television...all of it can go mobile, baby. We encourage the trend: the deep-fryer between the seats, the Wii in the dashboard, and especially the mobile meth lab.
Um, wait. Perhaps that's not such a good idea after all. Baton Rouge, stand up! We mean, duck.
Joe Hamilton: Mobile and explosive, like a meth lab.