An enterprising individual has taken to Craigslist to either vent frustration with - or perhaps poke fun at - the University of Tennessee's ongoing search for a football coach.
The ad , which was posted on Wednesday night after word leaked out that Louisville's Charlie Strong had taken his name out of the running, was still active as of Thursday morning.
Among other qualifications listed are the ability to recruit two- and three-star players, reducing player arrests, scheduling games with directional schools and to be able to not break NCAA rules while on camera.
Swiping references are made to Lane Kiffin, Bruce Pearl - "abide by the rules and regulations established the NCAA, unless he holds a bbq at his house, in which case that never happened and you've never seen that player before if anyone asks" - and to using funds from the academic side of UT.
True to form, the ad closes with, "Seriously, we've offered this to like ten people already, someone's gotta not turn us down."