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Comedian Jeff Foxworthy takes shot at TCU football’s defense on ESPN

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What does TCU’s defense and Larry the Cable Guy’s underwear have in common?

Well, according to comedian Jeff Foxworthy, both have plenty of holes.

In fact, “TCU’s defense has more holes than Larry the Cable Guy’s underwear,” Foxworthy said on ESPN’s College GameDay as he served as the guest picker on ESPN’s College GameDay on Saturday.

Foxworthy had plenty of other one-liners toward other teams.

He said Texas under “more pressure than Dolly Parton’s bra,” and predicted the Baylor-BYU game to be “tighter than Aunt Trudy’s pants” on Thanksgiving.

The TCU jab comes with the defense reeling, allowing more than 200 yards rushing per game. Opponents haven’t averaged more than 200 yards rushing in a season since 1994. Opponents are also averaging more than 5 yards a carry, something that hasn’t happened since 1977.

TCU faces No. 4 Oklahoma tonight in Norman. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. on ABC.

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