I currently have a full head of rapidly graying hair, and while my family history would suggest that I'll hang on to most of it as I get older, I've also made peace with the idea that I might have to shave my skull to a shiny bright dome one day.
And I don't feel bad about it! There is no shame in being bald, and LSU's Dave Aranda answered the one question worth a damn posed to anyone on either the Tigers or the Tigers leading up to tomorrow's championship game.
LSUs Dave Aranda answered questions for a solid 5 minutes about his perfectly bald head.— Jeff Nowak (@Jeff_Nowak) January 11, 2020
Reporter Breiden Fehoko working again today. Wanted some advice on pulling off the bald look
You gotta look in the mirror, and see whats looking back at you and say this aint right pic.twitter.com/0tFKm2FdAx
Minnesota's P.J. Fleck has his own bald story, courtesy of his wife:
“I lost a bet to my wife, first and foremost,” Fleck told SB Nation’s Alex Kirshner. “And then she’s always said she never wanted me to be a head coach one day that is 10 years past wanting to be able to cut his hair. You know, like, ‘Man, that guy should need to cut his hair.’ I don’t wanna be one of those guys.”
That quote is from 2017, and the article goes on to say "Either way, he’ll want to grow it back pretty soon. Minnesota weather isn’t exactly conducive to a bald head," which, I mean...