Found March 31, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Carl Edwards
When asked a question this week about driving at Martinsville Speedway, Carl Edwards suspiciously dropped the words “coxswain” and “nipples” during a rambling answer that barely made any sense. It was such a weird response that you would think he’d be changing his name to Metta World Peace afterward. But Edwards came clean in the end, admitting that saying “coxswain” and “nipples” was part of a bet with his brother. For those whose vocabulary isn’t up to par, a coxswain is somebody who navigates or steers a boat, and nipples are something Ben Stiller can milk. Anyway, Edwards won $10 and is officially the most immature driver in NASCAR. That said, I have $20 for him if he can draw a penis somewhere on Tony Stewart’s car. H/T From the Marbles

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