Yancy Porter, Troublemaker

Hell, Yancy doesn’t somehow even have to be good at his job to turn it into a career. The guy is notorious for reporting false information (Keiland Williams and Joe McKnight were both going to be Rebels, remember?), writing nonsensical fluff pieces to appear busy (interviews with recruits that include questions about their favorite musicians and foods), and doing neither particularly well (bizarre sentence structure, mixed metaphors, misspellings). He has the ultimate position in that he’s doing something he likes, isn’t difficult, nor demands good performance. We’re jealous. Which is why we get a tinge of Schadenfreude when we read things about the coaches barring Yancy from practices for allegedly taking some (likely creepy) photographs of visiting recruits.