Prepare for three straight days of hearing all the familiar buzzwords rehashed over and over by men with elaborate haircuts and markers. The draft is a circus where octogenarians who never played football ignore the advice of their coaches and select players based on three hundredths of a second on a 40 time. So why is it so hard to resist watching? Coach Sumlin explains:
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Where every college football player dreams of being! <a href="http://t.co/xbqVO9bFSu" title="http://twitter.com/CoachSumlin/status/327542626049998848/photo/1">twitter.com/CoachSumlin/st…</a></p>— Kevin Sumlin (@CoachSumlin) <a href="https://twitter.com/CoachSumlin/status/327542626049998848">April 25, 2013</a></blockquote>
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There are the highlights, and seeing your favorite players dressed awkwardly in suits, and the smug satisfaction derived from knowing you probably saw a "relatively unknown" player make plays in about 45 games over the past half-decade. So kick off your footwear, pull up a place on the sofa, and get that mute button ready as we discuss the draft pick-by-pick as it happens.