Just because he’s losing doesn’t mean you’re winning.

If South Carolina went 1-11, Spurrier would still be wise-assing it, as long as the one win was over Georgia.

I wonder what the quip will be when he hears about Georgia hiring “Young Schotty”.

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38 responses to “Just because he’s losing doesn’t mean you’re winning.

  1. CSS has to hang his hat on something, he knows he has done all he can at USCe.

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  2. JasonC

    There was part if me that wanted to hire his OL coach just to screw him over.

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  3. Tronan

    Ol’ Hatin’ Ass must have stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night.

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  4. Never have been able to understand the myterious power he has over us. 😪

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  5. Argondawg

    I have come around on Spurrier…..shit like that makes look forward to his retirement and Carolin’s return to mediocrity…..at best.

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  6. He spends the entire offseason game planning for game #2. He said when he took the UF job, that beating F$U wasn’t important. UF needed to start beating us. He knows the Cocks really have no chance to win the East if they lose to us. Therefore, he spends most of his time getting his team ready for the Georgia game. Combine that with our tendency to have a couple of starters suspended and the number of players from Georgia on USCe’s roster, and you have an upset in the making.

    We’re going to find out how good a coach SOS still is this fall when he has a QB with zero meaningful snaps entering the season.

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    • AthensHomerDawg

      Well don’t we both have qbs with 0 meaningfull snaps?

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      • AHD, Ramsey played a lot in some wins including the 2nd half of the bowl game, which were meaningful snaps. Pharoh Cooper threw more passes (8) than the 2nd string QB (Connor Mitch – 2). Ramsey (24-39-333-3 TD-2 INT) has much more experience than any QB on the USCe roster (and he doesn’t have much), but he pretty much played enough in 2014 to have a game under his belt.

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  7. Who cares anymore what he says?

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  8. SoccerDawg

    Unrelated note: Is thedawgbone down?

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  9. Hogbody Spradlin

    He’s gonna rise up from his coffin just to get one more dig at Georgia. We torment him just as much as he does us.

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  10. BigEZ

    Hearing the audio, the comment comes across a lot more matter of fact like than it does when you read isolated

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  11. Macallanlover

    He has become a pathetic, bitter man since coming to SC. I once respected him, and liked him, but he should have quit before he slid to the level he is now. Allowing players to run all over him (Clowney) and afraid to discipline others (Garcia). I thought he had standards when he was at FU, turns out he just had enough depth to cover up that he has no standards at all. Wasted a lot of talent the last five years ago with players out of control. Should have hung ’em up when he left Washington, now his legacy will be how he was exposed as a desperate old man doing whatever it took for his ego. Reminds me of Joe Louis ending up working the casinos in Las Vegas, at least he was shilling for money to live on.

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    • Anon

      What have you become, then? Give us a break.

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    • The Big Twist does a little tune about a Joe Lewis punch and hot dogs for my lunch. Cue it up DIF….Miss them.. Too much Barb-B-Que… 😢

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    • JCDAWG83

      Apparently, his method works better than ours. We are 1-4 against him the last 5 seasons. If he’s wasted talent, what has Richt done?

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      • I do not know this to be true, but I always felt like he would be easy to seduce. …by a woman that can do that well. 🎈

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        • Macallanlover

          You would be wrong about that, he is one of the “least womanizing/flirting men” I have been around. He and Gerri met in college and seem to have never faltered. Nice family and, to my knowledge, never a hint of problems.

          As to the comment about records, my appraisal of coaches, and teams’, performance is never as narrow as against one opponent, or game. Nor do I put all evaluations on any coach, never have seen one make a block or tackle. And anon, you don’t know me at all so your comment is ridiculous but a hint: I am quite happy and have nothing to be bitter about. Step your game up, if you make a statement about someone, it should have some basis in fact. You deserve no break, simply don’t read my comments if you need a break; I think I will survive without your feedback.

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          • JCDAWG83

            I think Spurrier enjoys a much better reputation as a coach than Richt. I don’t like him at all, but he is a great college football coach.

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            • Macallanlover

              “reputation” implies what perception is. He knows, and those who know him know, the old “character is what you are when the lights go off” thing. That actual truth is still important to some, but I agree the general public would certainly agree with your statement. I had been a fan of his until the most recent years as well.

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    • A little hyperbole there. Spurrier still has the legacy nationally as an all-time great coach.

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    • Denver94

      Hmmm. The gentleman doth protest too much, methinks.

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  12. hailtogeorgia

    This quip was actually in response to him being asked about Schottenheimer going to Georgia. The full quote goes into more detail about Georgia being an attractive place to coach, etc.

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  13. TennesseeDawg

    If we don’t want to hear his smartass remarks, then we should quit losing to South Carolina.

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  14. @gatriguy

    We haven’t hired an OL coach yet. I would love to pull Elliott as a lateral move just to screw with him.

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