Bum Philips.

Oail Andrew "Bum" Phillips (29 de septiembre de 1923 - 18 de octubre de 2013) fue un entrenador de fútbol americano y el padre de Wade Phillips, el coordinador defensivo de los Los Angeles Rams. "Bum" Phillips entrenó en la escuela secundaria, la universidad y los niveles profesionales.

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  • "There's two kinds of coaches, them that's fired and them that's gonna be fired."[1]
  • "I always thought I could coach. I just thought people were poor judges of good coaches."[2]
  • "I've never seen a hammer and tong game like that one."
  • "The harder we played the behinder we got."
  • "Mama always said that if it can't rain on you, you're indoors." (Explaining why he wouldn't wear his cowboy hat in a domed stadium)
  • "Dallas Cowboys may be America's team, but the Houston Oilers are Texas' team."
  • "I never scrimmage Oilers against Oilers...what for? Houston isn't on our schedule." (Source: The Book of Sports Lists)
  • (To an official) "Hey, can I, can I tell you one thing? That's three holding penalties on one football team in a quarter and a half. (Pauses) That ain't funny."
  • (To an official) "Now, you can't do that! If you do it, I'm telling you you'll have more hell over it than a little bit."
  • (after playing the Steelers for the fifth time in two seasons and planning to meet them a sixth time) "The road to the Super Bowl runs through Pittsburgh, sooner or later you've got to go to Pittsburgh.[3]
  • (20 years after playing Pittsburgh six times in two seasons) "Don't take long to spend all the time you want in Pittsburgh."[4]
  • (referring to Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula) "He can take his'n and beat your'n and take your'n and beat his'n."[5]
  • (referring to Houston Oilers quarterback Warren Moon) "That boy could throw a football through a car wash and not get it wet."
  • (when asked about Oilers RB Earl Campbell's inability to finish a one-mile run in training camp) "When it's first and a mile, I won't give it to him."
  • (when asked by Bob Costas why he took his wife on all of the Oilers' road trips) "Because she's too ugly to kiss goodbye."[6]
  • "Last year we knocked on the door. This year we beat on it. Next year we're going to kick the son of a bitch in."[7][8]
  • of Earl Campbell, "I don't know if he's in a class by himself, but I do know that when that class gets together, it sure don't take long to call the roll."[9]

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  1. Fowler, Ed (1997). Loser Takes All: Bud Adams, Bad Football, & Big Business. Longstreet Press. p. 57. ISBN 1-56352-432-5. 
  2. Fowler, Ed (1997). Loser Takes All: Bud Adams, Bad Football, & Big Business. Longstreet Press. p. 45. ISBN 1-56352-432-5. 
  3. «Toward Super Bowl: Oilers' Trek Just Beginning». The Victoria Advocate (Victoria, TX). Associated Press. 12 de diciembre de 1979. p. 5B. Consultado el 18 de octubre de 2013. 
  4. Cook, Ron (26 de marzo de 1999). «Bum Phillips among carvers at Noll's roast». Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA). Consultado el 18 de octubre de 2013. 
  5. Anderson, Dave (1 de noviembre de 1992). «At Age 62, Don Shula Is Still Going Strong». The New York Times (Nueva York). Consultado el 18 de octubre de 2013. 
  6. Wesseling, Chris (10 de junio de 2013). «Houston Oilers legend Bum Phillips' life as an opera?». Around the League. NFL.com. Consultado el 18 de octubre de 2013. 
  7. Barron, David (18 de octubre de 2013). «Houston icon Bum Phillips dies». Houston Chronicle (Houston, TX: Hearst Corporation). Consultado el 18 de octubre de 2013. 
  8. Pearlman, Jeff (6 de octubre de 1997), «Now He's Really Got The Horses: The Oilers are gone and Bum Phillips, Texas rancher, doesn't miss them», Sports Illustrated 87 (14), archivado desde el original el 19 de octubre de 2013, consultado el 19 de octubre de 2013  |archiveurl= y |urlarchivo= redundantes (ayuda); |archivedate= y |fechaarchivo= redundantes (ayuda)
  9. Reitmann, Tom (24 de marzo de 1994). «K.U. is wary of Purdue». Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, IN). p. E1. Consultado el 18 de octubre de 2013. 

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