Video: Jerry Kill vs. Jerry Burns vs. Ric Flair

Jerry Kill gives a legendary news conference, which reminds us of another coach Jerry: Mr. Burns, Vikings, late-80s. How does Minnesota native Ric Flair fit in? Watch and see.
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Seen the video of Jerry Kill's Tuesday news conference yet? It's no wonder he's becoming a local folk hero. We haven't seen a coach talk this salty since Uncle Jerry Burns entertained ink-stained wretches at Winter Park in the 80s.

First, a visit to Kill's zone:

Gopher Coach Kill Holds Revealing Press Conference: MyFoxTWINCITIES.com

Jerry Burns? His all-timer before the cameras came after a Vikings win! We can only show you a YouTube clip featuring his bleeped-out audio only, but it is still completely awesome:

Finally, on Tuesday, a great connection was made between Kill and Minnesota native Ric Flair, who in his pro wrestling heyday never made excuses -- just like Mr. Kill:

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