apoplectic \ ap-uh-plek-tik \ , adjective;
1. Intense enough to threaten or cause a stroke.
2. Of or pertaining to apoplexy.
3. Having or inclined to apoplexy.
1. A person having or predisposed to apoplexy.
After four years of Mike Shula's deer in the headlights stares, I still enjoy seeing Nick Saban positively apoplectic over seemingly inconsequential mental errors.