Agent Muschamp, drawing fire

Don’t attract too much attention to yourself, Boom.  We need you on that line for years to come.

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9 responses to “Agent Muschamp, drawing fire

  1. Spike

    After reading this, I am reminded of the UGA-UF game played at the Swamp. As we UGA fans were leaving that shit hole the Gator fans were chanting “Keep Ray Goff! Keep Ray Goff!” Now those assholes know how it feels. “Keep Will Muschamp! Keep Will Muschamp!”…

  2. Reservoir Dawg

    Since we’re on a sweet soul music roll this week, this one sums up how I feel about Agent Muschamp and the FU crowd.

    • Dog in Fla

      This one sums up how Agent Muschamp feels about the tight spot he is in.

      “Stuck in the Middle” was released on Stealers Wheel’s 1972 self-titled debut album. Gerry Rafferty provided the lead vocals with Joe Egan singing harmony. The song was originally conceived by the band members as a parody of Bob Dylan’s distinctive lyrical style and paranoia

  3. Scorpio Jones, III

    “But this is the SEC. Good deeds off the field are nice, but it’s what happens between the lines that really counts.”

    As if winning does not matter anywhere ‘cept the SEC.

    David is a knowledgeable guy, but in this particular case, grabbing the low-hanging fruit is obvious. (as is the fruit)

    Has Missy State ever fired a head coach? (Although Lord knows they have had reason to…I am looking at you Jackal.)

  4. Beer Money

    Evil Richt sips his coffee at his desk, smiles and looks outside approvingly as not only is his name not mentioned anywhere, but he knows that he may be the one giving the knockout punch to any number of the guys’ tenures.

  5. Comin' Down The Track

    As a side note, I just noticed on that coaching chart that if Spurrier sticks around at South Carolina for four more years, he will have coached there longer than his tenure at UF. So, that’s something.

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