Random Athlete Of The Day- Billy Bob
Billy Bob is from the small town of West Canaan, Texas. BB played football at the prestigious West Canaan High School, where he was undoubtedly the biggest and one of the best players on the team. The pig-owning-pickup truck-driving-maple syrup-drinking beast wore the #69 and shined playing offensive lineman, protecting star QB Lance Harbor. The Coyotes were coached by the legendary Bud Kilmer, who is known to be a hard-nosed winner (understatement). Billy Bob was highly recruited, but unfortunately had a history of partying, and more importantly concussions. Despite his severe concussions, Bud Kilmer made him play through them, which contributed to Harbor’s probable career-ending injury and Billy’s unstable health. However, shortly after Billy Bob got the opportunity to be the anchor for Jonathan “Mox” Moxon’s exciting offense. Although everybody thought the Coyotes were hopeless without their star QB, Mox led them to the District Championship, where Billy Bob had the most significant play in his entire career.