The saddest thing I saw yesterday.

Sometimes, a man just wants to be left alone with his mediocre pizza after losing a shot at the national title.

There’s a Papa Johns commercial lurking somewhere in there, Corch.

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UPDATE:  Delicious.

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26 responses to “The saddest thing I saw yesterday.

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    New Category?: ‘Urban Meyer Schlumps and Mopes’

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  2. Hogbody Spradlin

    Oh, and:

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  3. DawgPark81

    Can’t a guy have a brain tumor and a heart condition induced sad in a corner these days?

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  4. Scorpio Jones, III

    Tee fucking hee Urbs….tee fucking hee…how’s yer heart now?

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  5. gastr1

    All future uses of “schadenfreude” in the known universe must include this pic

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  6. Mayor of Dawgtown

    This will forever be in the mind of Urban Meyer.

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  7. Dog in Fla

    “I kept saying to him all along, ‘What’s it going to be like when we lose?'” Meyer’s wife, Shelley, said outside Ohio State’s locker room. “This what I’ve been looking for. Now I want to see how he reacts.”

    Irwin is going to be thirsty. Even more so if he is matched up today with Nick in the Sugar Bowl

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    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      I certainly hope tOSU has to play Bama. The wrath of Saban will be something to behold.

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      • Dog in Fla

        It’s a dream bowl matchup. And the good thing is that Nick always has time for wrath against Irwin even when Nick is not coming off a loss.

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  8. The Ghost of Christmas Present

    “Eventually, Meyer got up from the golf cart and walked slowly out into the night, with his eyes cast down toward the ground, and the regret of one fateful play stinging him like a bitter wind.”

    ‘Cause some things just bear repeating…

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  9. Bob Sackamano

    What a bitch!!

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  10. @gatriguy

    Let it bleed Urbs. Karma’s not done with you yet, not by a damn sight.

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  11. Turd Ferguson

    Better coaching. Better team. Papa Dantonio’s.

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    • Scorpio Jones, III

      “Better team”…better products through coaching…Meyer puts great talent on the field, once it a while it coalesces into a team.

      That Meyer is regarded, in some circles anyway, as a far superior coach to both Dantonio and Mark Richt is, to me, far worse than the thief and rapist theme.

      Maybe I am wrong about Meyer, but he appears to me to actually be all the bad things people say about Spurrier who don’t know Spurrier.

      Of course this may be only in the Mind of Scorpio Jones. 🙂

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      • Biggus Rickus

        Spurrier’s a dickhead, but he doesn’t represent the skewed priorities that are too common at all levels of athletics the way Meyer does. I’ve often said Meyer seems like a broken person. He’s like a sleazy lawyer who spends all his time in the office at the expense of everything else that makes a life.

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  12. Scorpio Jones, III

    Not only did TOSU get beat, breaking Meyer’s streak, but TOSU is now the second best team in a mediocre conference….kinda like Clemson?

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  13. DA man

    It almost makes me sad for Corch. Nah! Must have been gas. Glad he lost – made my day.

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  14. Tronan

    A while back, I entered the phase of my existence where I realized that it was pointless to get too worked up about sports personalities. They’re entertainers playing a role, and I figured there was no reason for me to care one way or the other about their public personalities. Coupled with the fact I don’t know any current athletes/coaches personally, this seemed like an especially sensible approach.

    But, God, I loathe Corch.

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  15. uglydawg

    Corch UM is having the realization set in…the realization that he will never again coach the kind of talent that he had at Florida and face the kind of talent he faced in the SEC. He once stood at the top of the mountain and didn’t realize any other direction was down. Now he’s just part of the over-hyped, worn out myth that OSU football has really always been. He should leave before the ghost of Woody Hayes shoves him on down the hill.. OSU, indeed. Corch UM should thank the MSU Spartans from sparing him a REAL humiliation against Auburn. Maybe they’ll get Clemson and he can smack a Clemson player on the sideline.

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  16. Dawgy45

    Oh…I’m supposed to be sad about that? Umm, yeah, I’ll try.

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  17. ctfain

    That play call will forever be in the mind of Urban Meyer and it’s going to be a big deal.

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  18. Going for it was the right call. And if you called the play to counter what the defense did, then you made the right play call. In football, as in life, sometimes shit happens. Sometimes you do everything you are supposed to do, and you still don’t win. Sometimes the other guy gets lucky. Sometimes they are just better. For Urbz to believe that he and he alone controlled the destiny of the outcome, and the only thing that could stop his team was him making a mistake… that is so egotistical that I bet A-Rod is taken aback by it.

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  19. Spike

    He should have pointed and stared at the Sparty defense.

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  20. Urban can’t finish his Papa Johns because he feasted on too many cupcakes during the regular season……not orginal but good

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