Craig James polling at just 3% in Texas Senate Primary!

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Today is election day in the Texas Senate primary and the prospects for former ESPN analyst/bane of Mike Leach existence Craig James don’t look too promising.

Yesterday, Craig James was polling almost as popular as  “Undecided” and better than  “Other.” James was receiving 3% in the polls; which is less than the 4.5% margin of error. Therefore, James could actually be receiving a negative 1.5% of the vote. Theoretically.

h/t Awful Announcing

So why is James doing so poorly in the race for U.S. Senate? Why do Texans not want someone who benefited directly from the most corrupt program in college football history representing them in the upper house of Congress?

The former New England Patriots running back is an embarrassment to the political process because…watch this video. It says it all.

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