OK, here’s the $5 million question: you’re 51 years old and not very attractive, she’s 25 and smoking hot.
Is it worth $5 million for five months of fun? Bobby Petrino sure thought so, and before you judge, go look at the picture of Jessica Dorrell. He can always get more money, but he ain’t ever going to get THAT again. Is that stupid? I don’t know, but he sure does have a big grin on his face when he’s around her. While this is dumb, it’s not the stupidest thing I’ve ever seen…he can always use the, “at least she was hot” defense, something former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner can never, ever do.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Bobby Petrino’s relationship with his assistant dated back more than a year, with the former Arkansas coach sending her candy, calling her a “close friend” and suggesting the affair that cost him his job started with a kiss over lunch last fall, according to documents released on Thursday.
Those details were in handwritten notes kept by athletic director Jeff Long during his investigation of Petrino, who was fired last week. Long’s notes, along with those of assistant athletic director Jon Fagg, were released as part of a Freedom of Information Act request made by the Associated Press. The two interviewed Petrino, his assistant and others during the investigation that led to the coach’s dismissal on April 10 — nine days after the motorcycle crash that exposed their relationship. READ MORE…
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