I’ve got you under my skin.

Evil Richt, for the win.

Just wait ’til game week, Coach.


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27 responses to “I’ve got you under my skin.

  1. Biggity Ben

    Can we hire a psyche out coordinator to think of things like this for each coach?


  2. Rebar

    It’s good to see the shoe on the other foot!


  3. Hogbody Spradlin

    Well I’m not tired of it. Are you tired of it Blutarsky? How bout you Fla.; you tired of it? Cojones? Mayor? Normaltown? Anybody . . . Bueller? Are you tired ot it?


  4. Mike

    No question…he’s the best college football player of all time.


    • HahiraDawg

      Mike, you underestimate, he’s obviously the best college athlete ever.


      • Dog in Fla

        Who coincidentally happens to be coached by a mastermind

        @ Kelso : (One of my favorite Spurrier stories comes from Charles Chandler, now at the Charlotte Observer, who in the 1980s was the Duke beat writer for the Durham Herald-Sun. He was at practice one day when Spurrier motioned him onto the field to talk. Spurrier said he didn’t like what the paper’s columnist had written about him. “He called me an offensive genius,” Spurrier said. Chandler perked up, surprised at the thought of Spurrier being humble. “What description should he have used, Coach?” Chandler asked. Spurrier said, “How about mastermind?”)



  5. gastr1

    That is awesome, and that is all.


  6. AthensHomerDawg

    You read blogs reporting that SOS is loaded because he is quiet. Then you have Coach Richt throwing down with the “Clowney is the greatest…” CMR is loaded and beating SOS at his own game. 😉
    oh… and “Bobo has an IPAD. They all do.” Seriously.


  7. John Denver is full of shit.

    Line up Toby Johnson at TB for the first 3 downs and run it right at Clown-Face-Spirit-Hair…


    • SlobberKnocker

      You know, there is a new reason for that logic. If you can get him to target……..

      You’ve heard lots of comments that his hit on the Michigan back would have resulted in a targeting penalty.


  8. jn

    It’s not what Richt has said that I both like and am surprised by, it’s what Spurrier hasn’t been and isn’t saying that I like so much. He’s the proverbial scorpion in the scorpion and the frog story.


  9. Matt b.

    How bout Herschel vs Clowney.


  10. Brian Dawg

    Clowney is the greatest. Spurrier is the greatest. Repeat as necessary.


  11. TennesseeDawg

    Now you know why Spurrier continues to hate Georgia. Richt is the only coach in the SEC the knows how to troll Spurrier like a pro. lol


  12. Beattech

    I Like nice Richt. I LOVE evil Richt.


  13. Merk

    So Manziel is being probed by the NCAA for signing stuff for money. If true, he damn well better get 4 games, as that is what it cost AJ just for selling a jersey.


    • Careful Brad

      They are saying he took five figures, if that is the case he better be done. I’m pretty sure he will play. We live in a crazy world where Cam and Johnny play and AJ gets punished for telling the truth.


  14. JasonC

    Gosh, maybe Spurrier should have sent Clowney to the pros so he wouldn’t have had all these headaches.

    Actually, reading the post above, what we need to happen is for Manziel to somehow say something or be involved with something about Clowney. College Station & Columbia would go into full-time hyper-media circus mode.


  15. 79dawg

    Problem for Spurrier/Clowney is the same problem for Manziel – you feed off the media hype, create these unrealistic expectations, ride the wave, and then realize trying to live up to them may be too tall a hill to climb… Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind…


  16. uglydawg

    There’s some peculiar reason that SS doesn’t want to talk about Clowney. Could it be he’s avoiding or even hiding something? GT was pretty good at hiding something recently, so it can be done.


  17. Normaltown Mike

    We’ll know Evil Richt has overpowered nice-guy Richt if CMR refers to Clowney as a “BAMF”