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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by BMF, Nov 15, 2020.
I think they might go for the get lucky. However, if they get that lightning, it could end up biting us in the ass at least once.
That's true. My point was, someone like Freeze is going to have his pick of quite a few decent jobs. South Carolina doesn't have a chance in hell at landing him. You can't win there and he knows it.
If he doesn't know it he probably deserves tp be there...
He could wait a year for TN too.
Hugh Freeze is going to Michigan. His offense is exactly what they've been screaming for. He's already been rejected by the SEC. His buyout at liberty ain't gonna be nothin for em.
Nothing ventured, nothing gained
Please don’t toy with my sanity.
Right. It’s like Ole Miss. Your ceiling is the Outback Bowl, unless you can radically improve recruiting, but that would require...
It really makes Spurrier's tenure there even more impressive.
Worth noting that it took this board just 159 posts to get from Muschamp to prostate massage/milking.
Usually it’s a lot quicker than that. I think we’re growing.
God God, the **** I have learned from the internet, specifically this board.
I like how there's articles out there suggesting Freeze to USC is a done deal (or.."makes sense"), as if USC has the upper hand and will be able to pick and choose who they want. That would be a good move for Michigan. I've also been saying Freeze to Va Tech makes sense. I don't think Freeze comes back to the SEC unless the money is too good to pass up. He may want a 5 year deal where no matter what happens, he pockets $30 million then calls it a day. Otherwise he'll wait for a very good job (Michigan, Texas, Va Tech, Penn State, Oklahoma).
when's the last time they got less than 6 years? not from Fooley.
You making up quotes from me now?
Fuchs you. And fuchs that disturbing avatar you've adopted - and I don't care if it is paying off a bet. I never said they should win 12-13 games per year. I said they have been underperforming and are capable of better. USCe sits in a state that produces top 15 or so HS talent each year - admittedly which Clemmy likely takes the best of. They are proximate to GA, NC, coastal VA and they have tentacles (not testicles) in FL because of their conference affiliation. So based on geography, they should be able to produce at least top 20-25 recruiting classes. Add to that all of the other falderal in my previous post - facilities, fan base, stadium, loose academics.... With the right HC, these guys should at least win 8-9 games per year with the occasional 11 wins or so run they had under an aged and clearly slipping SOS. Clearly, you were drunk-posting again. I will add you and your clearly sclerotic liver to my prayers.
Ok If you say so.
It’s Swonk. The more people complain about the avatar, the longer he keeps it.
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