UF Coaching Thread: Stapleton hired away by the Commanders

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I still think McElwain was the worst of the head coaches these last 20+ years. Yes, I know his record is better than Napier's, but McElwain got a lot of help by having the easiest schedules of any Gator coach since probably before Spurrier. Plus, he inherited a much better defense thanks to Muschamp's focus on that side of the ball.
I think Muschamp may have been worse, but it's really a tossup.
 

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I still think McElwain was the worst of the head coaches these last 20+ years. Yes, I know his record is better than Napier's, but McElwain got a lot of help by having the easiest schedules of any Gator coach since probably before Spurrier. Plus, he inherited a much better defense thanks to Muschamp's focus on that side of the ball.
Trying to measure the length of these last four turds and count the peanuts is still measuring turds.
 

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I think Muschamp may have been worse, but it's really a tossup.
He certainly inherited more and absolutely destroyed the offense, which really never recovered. I just find it hard to dislike one more than the other, but being a fuchsing dwag on top of it makes him special, for sure.
 

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But muLLLLLLLen would be close. Because unlike the others, he didnt even try.
Close to what? A career .500 SEC coach and "offensive genius" who put a 70th - 90 th ranked offense on the field 3/4 of the time?

And he "didn't even try" his entire career. It was nothing new.
 

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5.5 wins and third worst in SEC. People are really noticing all THE CULTURE Slingblade be building.

Im betting the house on the under.
 

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Craig Fitzgerald, the strength and conditioning coach sling blade just hired about a month ago jumped ship today. He's going to be the strength coach at Boston fuching College instead. :lol:
 

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Craig Fitzgerald, the strength and conditioning coach sling blade just hired about a month ago jumped ship today. He's going to be the strength coach at Boston fuching College instead. :lol:
Another indictment on Billy. No one wants to work with him except his buddies
 

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Craig Fitzgerald, the strength and conditioning coach sling blade just hired about a month ago jumped ship today. He's going to be the strength coach at Boston fuching College instead. :lol:
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Well, at this point it seems obvious. It's not that tater is too dumb to go after some upgrades on the staff, it's just that every coach out there isn't dumb enough to say yes unless it's their only option. And more than willing to bail as soon as a better option comes along.
 
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Craig Fitzgerald, the strength and conditioning coach sling blade just hired about a month ago jumped ship today. He's going to be the strength coach at Boston fuching College instead. :lol:
Did you bust a nut? The glee from you guys over every perceived slice of bad news is nauseating.
 

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Well, at this point it seems obvious. It's not that tater is too dumb to go after some upgrades on the staff, it's just that every coach out there isn't dumb enough to say yes unless it's their only option. And more than willing to bail is soon as a better option comes along.
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