Mike Love Named Brian Wilson the Beach Boys’ ‘Quarterback:’ ‘Once He Was Out of the Game, We Could Never Keep Up’
Mike Love commented on Brian Wilson's songwriter and its impact on The Beach Boys' success, even calling him the 'quarterback' of the group.In addition to being a founding member of the Beach Boys, Wilson acted as a songwriter for the surf-rock group, arranging chart-topping hits. He’s credited as a co-writer on “Good Vibrations,” “Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” “California Girls,” “God Only Knows,” and other originals.
Yesterday, Shannon Sharpe turned some heads when he appeared to drop some insider information regarding the Russell Wilson situation whilst ranting about the Denver Broncos on Undisputed. Sharpe yelled to Skip Bayless that the Broncos need to take Wilson's private office and parking spots away after how he's played this year. This is obviously noteworthy because what man needs more than one parking space and what kind of influence does Wilson really wield if he can demand and receive more than one parking space from the coaching staff/ownership group? © Provided by The Big Lead Pat McAfee
The claim quickly circulated around the NFL world. Quick enough that Pat McAfee looked into it and was ready with a refute less than a day later. On Wednesday's iteration of his show, McAfee explained the parking situation at the Broncos' facilities (with some very helpful graphic arrows) before stating that his sources said Wilson does not have multiple parking spots.
Glad that's settled. Although Wilson's truck is so large it wouldn't be a surprise if he edged over the line and took up two spaces, anyway.
This was one of those things that seemed too over-the-top to be true, even for the real-life soap opera that can be professional sports. Turns out it was.
Broncos players are reportedly furious that Russell Wilson has his own office and private parking spaces .
Katelyn Mulcahy Russell Wilson’s first season as a Denver Bronco couldn’t have gone any worse. It began with a loss to his former team—and replacement Geno Smith—in primetime and has only spiraled down from there. On Monday, Broncos' first-year head coach Nathaniel Hacket took the fall, but much of the blame belongs to Wilson, who is 29th out 33 qualified players in total QBR while playing out the first year of a five-year, $243-million-dollar mega deal. RELATED: Even kickers are roasting Russell Wilson now (respectfully, of course) But that's just the tip of the sh*tberg. As the success on the field has dried up, Wilson’s good-guy veneer has been peeled back.