130+ (BEST) Funny Booger McFarland Quotes

Facts About Booger Mcfarland/Biography

Booger Mcfarland was born in 1977 in Winnsboro, Louisiana. Booger Mcfarland had been raised as a Christian. Booger Mcfarland attended Winnsboro Elementary School as a child (LA). He afterwards enrolled at Louisiana State University. He began his career while still in college. Booger Mcfarland earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1999.

He is of Afro-American descent. His nick moniker is “Booger.” Mcfarland was given this moniker as a child. Anthony Darelle McFarland married Tammie McFarland in 2008. This couple has two children, a son and a daughter. Alecxis is the name of his daughter, while Jacob is the name of his son.

Mcfarland was a member of the college team before joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was a member of the Louisiana State University Tigers football team from 1995 to 1998. Mcfarland began his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1999. 305 tackles were recorded by him throughout the course of eight seasons. The bag number was twenty. He later spent two years with the Indianapolis Colts.

Booger Mcfarland also worked as a radio show co-host. He began working as a sports analyst for the SEC Network in 1914. Mcfarland was the color analyst on Monday Night Football. In this capacity, he also served as a consultant and a reporter.

Booger Mcfarland is an extremely accomplished football player. As a result of his efforts, he got a number of prizes. Mcfarland was named first-team All-America as well as first-team All-SEC. He also has the distinction of being the Super Bowl Champion.

Booger Mcfarland’s admitted that he was raised in a tiny town and was very bashful as a child. He didn’t feel at ease talking to strangers. Booger Mcfarland says that our disdain inspires us. He believes in transforming our disdain into the driving force behind our lives.

Booger Mcfarland also believes that our talent has the potential to influence the course of our lives. We must also work hard to make greater use of our talent. Mcfarland is a wonderful person, and his comments reflect that. He claims that if we treat others properly, we would receive reciprocation from them. He motivates us to be better people. We may use his words to broaden our horizons and improve our experiences.

Best Booger McFarland Quotes

I understand Pat Mahomes is off to a good start. I’m not ready to crown him four games into his career, but he’s definitely playing well.-Booger McFarland

“Now if anyone calls me Anthony, I usually don’t respond.”– Booger McFarland

“When I talk about football from a studio standpoint, I try to cut through the minutia and get to the point.”– Booger McFarland

“I’m a small-town kid from Winnsboro, La., who grew up not really being comfortable talking to people.”– Booger McFarland

“There’s nothing more comforting for a team than to know when you need someone to make a play, you have someone who is going to do it when it matters most.” – Booger McFarland

“As far as I’m concerned, there’s only one Booger.”– Booger McFarland

“Offense is about rhythm and timing, and you’re not going to always have that every game.” – Booger McFarland

“I like a guy with a little edge. I mean, I played with Warren Sapp.”– Booger McFarland

“I don’t think people understand how hard it is to be a successful broadcast partner for the New York Jets, especially when you go through that turbulence and get your first winning season.”– Booger McFarland

“You have to bring humor to everything when you talk about these things, because otherwise you just become boring.”– Booger McFarland

“I never say never. I mean, you always hear of people who make comebacks in this business.”– Booger McFarland

“I take a lot of pride in the fact that no one will ever be mistaken as who they are listening to when they tune into the show.”– Booger McFarland

“I have a lot of people tell me how much they like my show when they hear it for the first time, but I also have people who say, ‘What is that guy talking about?’”– Booger McFarland

“When you think about football, you think of those moments when everything clicks and you have that consistency. I don’t really know what a consistent season is. I can only talk from a fan’s perspective.”– Booger McFarland

“I think it’s more fun to talk about the Jets than anything else. That keeps things fresh for me, even after all these years.”– Booger McFarland

“To be honest with you, I still get mad at myself, too.”– Booger McFarland

“I have really high standards for my own work, but I’m also very critical of myself.”– Booger McFarland

“My dad was a big influence on me, because I would always get into it with him when we were watching football games. He used to give me a lot of grief for doing that, but I think he gives that to everybody.”– Booger McFarland

“I can be a little bit of an introvert sometimes, but I’m no different than anybody else. I don’t think there is anything inherently wrong with that.”– Booger McFarland

“Habit is a very important thing in my life. When you have those habits in place, you just kind of continue to do them without even thinking about it.”– Booger McFarland

“I don’t watch college football now. I just don’t have the time.”– Booger McFarland

“There are times where it can be difficult not being able to get into the (Jets’) locker room, but I love covering this team.”– Booger McFarland

“I’m really enjoying this show. It’s like I’m a kid again, with the candy in front of me and the roller coaster to ride down. I like where we’re going.”– Booger McFarland

“I don’t give anyone advice other than about how to handle themselves on television, because that is very subjective.” – Booger McFarland

“I’m not worried about limos at all. I don’t know if there is such a thing as a limo driver.”– Booger McFarland

“A lot of people look to me for advice, but I don’t even think that’s where I would be best-suited. I just try to be myself and make it fun. This is not the time for me to be trying to coach anyone or give anyone any advice.”– Booger McFarland

“I’m not going to get into tattoos. I don’t have any! … I have a little stuff.”– Booger McFarland

“There are a lot of people to thank, but the first thing I would do is thank God for this opportunity.”– Booger McFarland

“I think I’m right at the top of my profession, but I would think that everyone thinks that.”– Booger McFarland

“It’s hard to be gray around here. It’s very, very white-dominant, so it can be a little bit difficult to not stand out in this environment.”– Booger McFarland

“I just like being able to sit back and watch the games and have a sandwich or whatever, and then go to work.”– Booger McFarland

“I was a history major so I enjoy talking about the historical references that we talk about. And I like conversing with the viewers at home, relating things back to historic times or the terms that they may be familiar with. ”- Booger McFarland on how he prepares for broadcasts

“If you can’t make a statement on Sunday, it’ll be true, and if you can make a statement on Monday, it probably won’t be true. That’s why I don’t call games. The best way I can describe it is to say that there is a right time to talk about something and there are the wrong times and this is one of those wrong times for me.”– Booger McFarland

“I would like to be a head coach in the National Football League, but I’m not sure if I want to leave the SEC.”– Booger McFarland

“I don’t care what people say about my play-by-play, what they think about my analysis. I just want them to say that was a good game to watch.”– Booger McFarland

On the process of selecting a color to represent each team: “It is more in the number than a name. The colors are easier to see on television, and they pop out. When you see them for the first time, you know they are the right colors.” – Booger McFarland

On if he still reads a playbook to give him an idea of how teams will try and stop Alabama’s offense: “Yes, I read it all the way through every year.”– Booger McFarland

Booger Mcfarland Funny Quotes

On if he’s as nervous as a coach before a big game: “I think we both have to go on autopilot. I don’t know what they are thinking, but I have to forget about my kids and my wife and everything like that. It is easy to turn it on. You don’t think about anything else. You just focus on what you need to do. But when the game is over, you get back in your everyday life things start taking over again. That’s back to normal life. That’s the way we win games. That’s the way we get it done. Everyone is happy and everything like that, but when you go back home, you start thinking about things and they kind of bum you out a little bit. You start thinking about these things that are going on in life, so I wish I was in my everyday life right now.”

On if he ever gets tired of talking about his wife, Laura and their kids: “I don’t think I talk about them enough. It is just all that I do. You don’t get tired of Laura because you learn with her, you learn how to be a good human being and there are so many things that we have done together in our life and the kids are so great.”

On if he feels like he’s been denied a national title: “I think everyone that is a fan of the University of Alabama would say yes. I don’t know if there are many people that would understand as much about the game of football as me. A lot of people might change their minds if they had to play against us and that is the way it has always been in my life. They don’t offer me anything to be a starter, but they are very supportive after the game. You go home and things start moving on in your life and you start thinking about the other stuff and you kind of turn off from that dream. That is the way it always happened with me in my life.”

On if he still dreams of winning a national championship: “I wouldn’t have time to dream about it because I am just thinking about being out there coaching at Alabama right now. I’m just trying to get better at my job and I don’t have time to dream about that. I am kind of living in the present right now.”

On what he misses most from playing football: “I think it is the preparation part of it. We play a game on Saturday and then we have to go back to work on Monday, so you really start thinking about it as soon as the game is over. ‘What do I need to do to get ready for next week?’ And you don’t have that luxury to think about what you could have done better. It is always the next week, the next game. It is always trying to figure out what you are going to do. When you are coaching, there is that part of it where you are always trying to figure out what your team can do better.”

I was a bad kid, getting into a lot of wild stuff.” — Booger McFarland

“I never said I want to be the football guy. But when that opportunity started to become real, I said, ‘Okay, let’s see where this goes.”― Booger McFarland

“I know guys that win the Heisman Trophy and they are not the best player on their team.”― Booger McFarland

“I have always wanted to be a part of something good. And I don’t want to just be a part of it, I want to lead it.”― Booger McFarland

On life as an Alabama fan: “It is hard, man. It is really hard being an Alabama fan sometimes.”― Booger McFarland

On Alabama’s dominance: “People want to say we are dominating because of Nick Saban. I think it is more than that. We have got a great team, man, and everybody else has got a great team. They just don’t get the job done. We’ve got a great team, we’ve got great players and all these other teams have great players… but they just don’t get the job done. We’ve got a great team, we get it done.”

On his duties as a broadcaster: “I enjoy the behind-the-scenes stuff and I enjoy being able to talk to the players. It is very enjoyable for me and my family. And we are blessed with having a lot of good kids that come play for us and they are very respectful, which is most important because we need them to be that way on game day.”― Booger McFarland

“I watch all sports in some shape or form. When you grow up in a small town, sports become a form of you.” ― Booger McFarland

On staying connected to his high school days: “I am not trying to relive my high school days or anything like that, but I have been blessed to be around good people and get better. I like watching (Alabama football). I watch everything.” — Booger McFarland

On the hardest part of being in broadcasting: “The hardest part is making sure you are listening, knowing everything you need to know about the game and keep your mouth shut as much as possible. That is the hardest part.” — Booger McFarland

On being compared to his father: “My dad was a good high school football coach and he has been a great friend of mine over the years, but I am not trying to be him. I am not trying to be anyone like that, because my dad is a great guy and he’s done a lot of great things for kids and people all over the country, but I am not trying to be him. I am trying to be the best Booger McFarland I can possibly be.” — Booger McFarland

On his father, who is a former high school football coach: “He was home every night and made sure he talked to us. That was pretty awesome for my dad to be able to do that.” — Booger McFarland

“I’ve always lived by a quote, ‘Your talent will make room for you.’ Whatever it is in life. I don’t care who you are. If you get an opportunity, your talent will make room for you.” ― Booger McFarland.

“I tell my kids don’t be afraid to fail. Be afraid not to try.” ― Booger McFarland

On how his father handled him being injured: “It was a tough time for me, but I am blessed and thankful that I am able to get back on the field and do what I love with people that have encouraged me and supported me through tough times in my life. It really means a lot for me to be sitting here with you guys right now.” — Booger McFarland

On if he thinks about his father’s achievements: “I think about it, I do think about it. But I don’t try to look at his numbers because I am not trying to be him.” — Booger McFarland

On what he is thankful for: “What I am thankful for is my family and the people that have stuck by us through hard times and hard times in our lives.” — Booger McFarland

On winning a national championship: “I would say it is just a sense of relief that you accomplished something you have been waiting on and wanting for so long.” — Booger McFarland

“I was always a role player, I was never the star player. I don’t know if that helped me in life or not, but I am thankful for the guys who have helped me along the way. I have always been a team player. I am very thankful for that.” — Booger McFarland

On how he helps the younger kids: “I just try to be someone they can look up to and grow up to be a good human being and do something that will help other people along the way.” — Booger McFarland

“How I grew up. I was a pretty bad kid, but being around those guys… I learned a lot from them.” — Booger McFarland

On what he is afraid of: “I am afraid not to try. I am afraid not being able to do well in my job and that was my biggest fear when Coach Saban first asked me to be on the staff. I told him, ‘Coach, I don’t know if I can do this.’ He said, ‘Don’t worry about it, you can do this. We are going to work together and get you ready for whatever it is you are supposed to do.’ That’s what I tell my kids, don’t be afraid not to try. Don’t be afraid to fail and don’t be afraid of the process. It is a wonderful journey. Take it one day at a time and if you mess up, keep trying… You can mess up, but there is an end result that looks good.” — Booger McFarland

“Find somebody who has been successful, and learn how to do it. Find somebody who has been unsuccessful, and learn how not to do it. The clues are there. Find ’em.” ― Booger McFarland

“That’s what I try to tell all of my kids: Find somebody who has been successful, and learn how to do it. Find somebody who has been unsuccessful, and learn how not to do it.” — Booger McFarland

“He always said, ‘You can do this.’ I worked so hard for him because he knew that I wanted to be his coach and work for him.


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