If Delone Carter were a truck driver mixed up in the seedy underworld of professional arm-wrestling and he entered an international tournament at the Las Vegas Hilton in which thousands of way-too-excited people were on hand to root for their favorite arm-wrestlers, and despite being a massive underdog, if Delone worked his way through the competition, including the sports' elite athletes such as Mad Dog Madison, Canadian champion Carl Adams, feisty Harry Bosco, a F.U.B.A.R.-shirt-wearing John Grizzly and five-time World Champion Bull Hurley, he would indeed leave the tournament in possession of a first place trophy and a new rig and he would do so with Sammy Hagar playing in the background.
What I'm trying to tell you is, #1 when I finally host my own 24-hour movie marathon, Over The Top will be the show-closer. And #2, Delone Carter is going to need a permit to carry the two guns protruding from his arms.
What's the secret to Delone's success? "A lot of conditioning." I concur.
Here's Donnie asking Delone more about his arms and how they affect his wardrobe choices, which is totally not uncomfortable and creepy at all:
|Syracuse University Tailback Delone Carter|
It's been a long, strange trip for Delone. He rushed for 713 yards and 4 TDs in 2006 and had people thinking about him as the next great SU back. Then the injury bug attacked, he missed 2007 and spent 2008 platooning with Boonah and Bailey. He's not the top dog (yet) on the depth chart but expect to see him fight, scrap, punch and gouge for every yard and opportunity. Given those arms, it'll probably be easier for him than most.