12 responses to “You don’t have to be crazy to be the next Ole Miss head coach, but it might help.

  1. Somebody crazy or desperate will need some money.

  2. SouthGa Dawg

    Is Billy Brewer still alive? He may be the best choice right now, dead or alive…

  3. Lrgk9

    Mike Leach or Chris Hatcher.

    Need that ‘Bombs Away’ Offense.

    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      Either that or an option attack like the service academies. Troy Calhoun, HC at Air Force, would be a possible “option” ( pun intended).

  4. Cojones

    Ole Miss may be better off than FU next year. Hell, the fans think UGA lucked into the win. At a party last night (all FU plus FSU grad/ fans and one Dawg) one FU fan said if the receivers had caught yada, yada, yada ……I explained that D was the reason and he seemed unaware of 6 sacks and one man having 4. The level of denial and excuse-making extends from the coaches to the fans. It is truly unbelievable.

  5. I would dare say the wheels on this FU – GA rivalry has finally turned to the DAWGS favor.

    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      If we win the WLOCP next year it will be 2 in a row and 3-3 for the last 6. At some point the talking heads will have to stop with the “18 out of the last 22″ BS.

      • Coastal Dawg

        While I am thrilled with beeating the gators and the signs point to a change of fortune in Cocktail party for us, those same signs appeared after 2007. “If we win the WLOCP next year” hits it on the head.

  6. Two comments;
    1. It’s Mississippi football who cares
    2.Can anyone tell me why all the media and Gator fans always choose to go back 22 years? Is that just date that makes UF the best, is that when the OBC took over, is that the beginning of divisional play? What is it that allows or justifies the ignoring the overall series record. Any insight would be appreciated. Other than Gators are stupid and eat boogers because I already know that.

  7. Bryant Denny

    After watching Ga. Southern against the Tide, maybe they’ll go after Paul Johnson. :)

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