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GOOD MORNING FROM THE BACK OF JIMBO FISHER'S TRUCK

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THERE IS NO WAY THESE THINGS ARE NOT TRUE ABOUT THIS TRUCK

Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

Okay, first of all: this is FSU, and that really might be the standard issue company car. Second of all, the joke about Jimbo is that he's country as hell, and let us tell you that THAT IS NO JOKE. One of that truck's cupholders is probably filled with .22 shells. The other's occupied by a dip cup-- not for Jimbo, who doesn't dip, but for guests who require one. There's Grizzly in the glove compartment. It's long cut, because associates of Jimbo ain't mild city folk, and you wanna let 'em see the dip just to help someone know you got some to share if they need it.

The armrest/coffee table between the driver and the passenger? It's got to be split for authenticity, either from overuse by the driver and/or the ravages of the Florida sun. We'd go as far as suggesting that manufacturers make the pleather there deliberately weak just to ensure a good split. That's how used to it most dedicated truck people are.

Oh, and the stereo? It's got to be CD, or at best an aux cord. It might have bluetooth capability, sure, but Jimbo's not messing with that. He doesn't have time, and it's bad for his brand to be too familiar with how the stereo works. Dierks Bentley don't require that much sound quality anyway, as long as you can hear about the boots and the jeans and the girls on the river.

The brights are on all the time. People gotta know what's coming up behind them.If there is not an empty jug of some automotive fluid floating around the back we will pay a dollar to Jimbo Fisher himself. Not that he needs it, because he makes five million a year and chooses to drive a truck with Realtree camo trim, but we'd do it on principle. (It's a jug of transmission fluid, and it's tangled up in some twine Jimbo used while hauling a deer out of the woods.)