The Peter Principle, SEC style

The Southeastern Conference currently boasts eleven former head coaches currently employed as assistants.  (LSU accounts for four of them on its own.)

It’s none other than Agent Muschamp who’s got the interesting quote about taking a step down, natch.

“It’s not just about being the head coach,” Muschamp said after becoming the defensive coordinator at Auburn. “It’s about being somewhere where you know that you’re going to get the support, the resources and the finances you need to have to be successful and to win championships.”

Finances, says the man who received a $6.3 million buyout from Florida.

Even Junior admitted to being a little humbled when he was shown the door, Boom.


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7 responses to “The Peter Principle, SEC style

  1. Mr. Tu

    I don’t think that was the type of finances he was referring to. I immediately thought about the kind of “petty cash” available to spread around the community, like, for example, Cecil Newton’s church


  2. Mayor

    Methinks Boom and FU parted not on the best of terms. Keep up the good work Agent Muschamp. You have a new assignment now. Don’t dwell on the past.


    • Gurkha Dawg

      We need not worry about Agent Muschamp. He is a true professional when it comes to infiltration and sabotage. We can just sit back and enjoy the coming apocalypse.


  3. Hogbody Spradlin

    How can a person who is incapable of embarrassment be humbled?


  4. watcher16

    Finances made through money handshakes to players instead of the organization footing the cost. Well, at least until the COA issue came about


  5. Spike

    What a douche that guy is. Auburn and Boom deserve each other and gives one even more reason to hate the Barn.


  6. Mike Cooley

    Boom is on a short list of people who wore red and black that I never really cared for even when they were playing. At the time I never could put my finger on what it was about him that I didn’t like. In the years since he has shown me.