The Creepiest Picture Of Houston Nutt You'll Ever See

January 30, 2014 at 12:45a    by DJ Byrnes    
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Creeeeeeee. Pyyyyyy.

Remember Houston Nutt? He's the old Arkansas coach who wouldn't let Gus Malzahn call plays when Felix Jones, Darren McFadden and Peyton Hillis were all in the Hogs' stable. (Coincidentally, the Hogs' stable is now where Bert Beliema eats his nightly HungryMan TV dinners.) Nutt was subsequently ousted from Arkansas, hired by Ole Miss and fired again a few seasons later.

Welp, Houston Nutt is back, baby! On top of that, he's naked and in some sort of cryo-chamber/whirlpool contraption that looks like it was won at a Star Trek memorabilia auction in 1976.

CryoUSA's Twitter bio says the company is "a performance life sciences company featuring Whole Body Cryotherapy." Houston Nutt is apparently a big fan, although it's unclear if he's getting paid for this. 

We're more worried about who is paying for our therapy after gazing upon this picture.

Source: @CryoUSA

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Knarcisi's picture

He's the latest re-tread on satellite college sports radio on College Football Playbook with Jack Arute. 

bigbadbuck's picture

I'm more worried about who took the picture and why he has that silly grin on his face.

cinserious's picture

Oh well. In this day and age, weirder and more traumatic things are in the daily news by the dozen.

Life's daily struggle is choosing between saying F--ck-it, or soldiering on with your responsibilities.  

Geraffi's picture

Is that a turkey deep fryer?

acBuckeye's picture

I'm more worried about the poor bastard that has to go in and sanitize the thing afterwards.

MN Buckeye's picture

Isn't cryotherapy just another term for freezing your nutts off?

Doc's picture

It puts the lotion on the skin.  He's Creepy McCreeperson.

"Say my name."

OSUStu's picture

In the year 2000, Houston Nutt's cryogenically frozen body will emerge from its tomb to take the reins as the coach of the Ole-Ole Miss SpaceRebels.

If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them.  ~ Bruce Lee

osu07asu10's picture

"They don't know what they don't know." - Coach Mick

Olemissbuckeye's picture

There it is. I'm a luddite. GoofyHouston Nut Ole Miss hat tip to OSU07
THAT is the creepiest HDN image you will ever see.

Squirrel Master's picture

My shit gets Cryofrozen everyday this week, just step outside!
but instead of a creepy smile, its more like...

I saw a UFO once.......it told me to have a goodyear!

PittBuckeye's picture

Whatever it is he looks way to happy to be inside of it.

Buckeye Knight's picture

LOL, that is creepy.
 
I had to look this therapy up and it sounds interesting.  Anyone tried it or know someone who has?  As someone with joint problems from old injuries, this sounds like it may help (if it really works).
 
 

causeicouldntgo43's picture

Seeing good ol' Houston inspired this tune with National Signing Day coming up. Just popped into my head. Sung to the tune of "The Christmas Song"
With apologies to Mel Torme and Michael Buble......
The SEC National Signing Day Song
 
Houston's nuts roasting..... on an open fire
Saban's nipping at your nose
RollTide carols being sung by a choir
And folks dressed up in jorts (yes, some are Noles)
 
Everybody knows,  some turkey with a little turf toe
Helps to make the medical red-shirts bright
Seldom used grey-shirts, with their eyes all aglow
Will find it hard to sleep tonight
 
They know that St. Nicky's on his way
He's loaded lots of bling and cash 
On his Cadillac Escalade sleigh
And every Mother's child
of a 5 star prospect
is gonna spy
To see if Beilema's poached recruits will make him cry
 
And so, I'm offering this simple phrase
to recruits from 4.3 to 4.6 (in the forty)
Although it's been said, many times, many ways
Happy Signing Day,
To you
 
 
 
 
 

Boxley's picture

Cryotherapy is used mostly for post surgery rehab, provides significant pain reduction while rehabbing which in turn speeds up the rehab process.
A positive side affect to the cryotherapy is that with the reduced post surgery pain, it allows for most people to reduce the amount of pain medication they use. Which can be a very good thing for those highly susceptible to addiction issues. 
Now for some of us we may prefer a little extra pain medication, especially the Southern bourbon kind;)

"...the man who really counts in the world is the doer, not the mere critic-the man who actually does the work, even if roughly and imperfectly, not the man who only talks or writes about how it ought to be done." President T. Roosevelt

OSU_1992_UFM's picture

Trick to pain pills is save some until you're better, then do a combo with the Southern bourbon lol

UFM_Renewal

OSU1995's picture

http://cryousa.com/purchase.html

The only reason I have this information is because I use one at my office.

“You have to make decisions, ... I've never pretended that every decision I've made was right. And I've been reminded of that.” 

     - James Patrick Tressel

Boxley's picture

Well don't leave us hanging/standing? What do you use it for and how well does it do/
How much is one them babies?
Us older arthritic guys want to know.
I have recently been thinking about installing a oforu soaking tub at home, but was not sure of the physical relief it might provide. What say you osu1995?

"...the man who really counts in the world is the doer, not the mere critic-the man who actually does the work, even if roughly and imperfectly, not the man who only talks or writes about how it ought to be done." President T. Roosevelt

OSU1995's picture

It's a standing unit. It is mainly used by patients that are some type of athlete (mostly high school, some professional), in order to get back on the field, court, or back to training. The unit I have gets 'up to' -250 degrees Fahrenheit. Some of the newer units can clock in at -275.

 I paid $35,000 used for the one in my office; and that was a good deal. A new unit will run you about $55,000. The results are very impressive, but it's mainly for acute injuries. Arthritic conditions and other chronic conditions don't respond as well. You should receive some relief with the Oforu tub if you have a truly arthritic condition. The relief-time will vary, but that shouldn't be a big factor, because you have the unit at your disposal. I hope this information helps!

“You have to make decisions, ... I've never pretended that every decision I've made was right. And I've been reminded of that.” 

     - James Patrick Tressel

Hovenaut's picture

Houston Nutt - cryotherapy.
Jabba the Hutt - carbon freezing.....

I am not the Last Dragon, therefore I do not possess the power of the Glow.

Boxley's picture

Well played Hove, nicely done.

"...the man who really counts in the world is the doer, not the mere critic-the man who actually does the work, even if roughly and imperfectly, not the man who only talks or writes about how it ought to be done." President T. Roosevelt