I am glad the kid found out that he was about to get married to a first class skanky hide before he had a chance to tie the knot.
What a nasty bimbo.
Google the name Jessica Dorrell today and you get stories about the 25-year-old woman’s alleged affair with Arkansas football coach Bobby Petrino — and also her wedding registry at Bed, Bath & Beyond. Or what you would suppose is her wedding registry, because how many Jessica Dorrells are engaged to Josh Morgans? It’s possible that the All-Clad 4-piece multi-cooker for $150 and the Waterford “Carrina Essence” stemware at $80 each are the stuff of dreams of some other engaged couple of the same names. But it doesn’t diminish the fact that this Dorrell is also engaged and also very much the subject of the latest sports scandal by allegedly having a relationship with a much older and prominent University of Arkansas sports figure that is married with four children. The whole thing is blowing up as we speak and couldn’t get any messier, except for one thing …
Dorrell and Morgan’s engagement photos have also hit the web. If the registry is in fact theirs, their wedding was planned for June 9, just two months away. How sorry do you feel for Morgan right now? What a way to find out that his relationship wasn’t what he thought it was. One site has even photo-shopped the face of Petrino over the face of Morgan to bill them as “the Dorrell-Petrino engagement photos.” Internet trolls have also attacked Dorrell’s online wedding page, forcing her to take it down.
From The Daily Gator: Great coach, but a gigantic dumb ass!
If you thought that the Bobby Petrino affair had already run out of bombshells, Arkansas Athletics Director Jeff Long dropped a nuclear warhead during his press conference announcing the firing of Petrino: The Arkansas head coach had given mistress Jessica Dorrell a $20,000 gift at some point in their relationship. And at that point, you could kind of feel Petrino losing his remaining support among the Arkansas fan base.
And just like that, the career of one of the most controversial coaches in the SEC, if not the nation, came crashing to an end. And a program that seemed like a darkhorse national title contender a week ago was left trying to pick up the pieces.
There are almost too many questions right now to list them all. Will Arkansas go with an interim coach now or try to get a new head coach in before the fall? What does this do to Arkansas’ dreams of finally winning an SEC Championship? In short, what happens next?