Published Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010 | 3:40 p.m.
Updated Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010 | 3:58 p.m.
Kenny Mayne, in his years at ESPN, has without question established himself as the king of NFL and football satire.
This time around, we get an actual glimpse into his past, when in what seems like another life, he was a backup quarterback at UNLV in the early 1980s.
In his latest video venture, Mayne's subject was former NFL/current UFL quarterback Jeff Garcia, attempting to re-teach the 40-year-old the craft that has already made him millions.
It's a spoof of the film sessions former NFL coach and current ESPN analyst Jon Gruden does with some of today's top young quarterbacks.
Mayne didn't teach the old, freckle-faced dog any new tricks, but did get the tables turned on him when Garcia took control of the remote in the film room, looping a clip of Mayne getting sacked in his UNLV days.
The best part of the whole video, aside from the completely random Maurice Clarett cameo, was this golden exchange:
Garcia: "Do you even have credentials that allow you to coach me?"
Mayne: "I played at UNLV in 1981. I was a contemporary of Joe Montana, John Elway. You might have heard of them ..."