Eh, what’s a little terminal disease between friends?

PAWWWLLL’s audience is living down to expectations today, I see.

But one Auburn fan phoned took his displeasure over the top, calling in to Paul Finebaum’s daily radio show and comparing defensive coordinator Will Muschamp to cancer.

Hey, he can’t say bad things about Agent Muschamp.  Only we can say bad things about Agent Muschamp.

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14 responses to “Eh, what’s a little terminal disease between friends?

  1. AusDawg85

    Hiding him at Texas was clever on our part. May be time to send him to the ACC to hide for a while until it’s time to get him back in the SEC.

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  2. Brandon (Version One)

    Now if an Alabama fan wants to call in and call Lane Kiffin a cancer, I’m cool with that. A ruptured hemorrhoid may be more accurate, but I wouldn’t quibble.

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  3. Mayor

    We really don’t give enough love to agent Muschamp. He fell on his sword for Georgia by taking the HC job at FU where he worked his magic and demolished the program. I thought it was a little over the top for CMR to throw the WLOCP game last season to try to save Muschamp’s job though. Didn’t work anyway. All that said, I was wondering how long it would take for the Aubies to catch on. Keep him going in Auburn for just long enough to completely destroy the Barners’ program, then let’s get him the job at SC or UT when SOS retires or Sgt Carter gets fired. That should get him into the ’20s.

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  4. DugLite

    Omg! This is gold I tell ya. GOLD!

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  5. JCDAWG83

    The best part is thinking back on all the media talking heads who told us over and over and over how Muschamp was the best DC in all of college football and he would turn Auburn’s defense around. Well, they were partially correct, he has turned it around and around and around until they look dizzy on the field.

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  6. Cojones

    My Doctor says I’m chortling too much. I told him I got it here. Whadda you do to treat Overchortling? I’ve heard of overseeing and overhearing, but, Overchortling?

    Senator, you’ve got to quit posting this good shit.

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  7. JAX

    Cancer, in the rhetorical sense. But certainly, some individuals bring a tumor-like personality to organizations, infecting the larger host with their poor leadership until the host eventually weakens through a sickness called attrition. Couldn’t happen to a more deserving group than Auburn football.

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  8. I don’t see how THAT comment is over the top. We hear analysts on TV call individuals a “cancer” to their programs all the time. Sounds like someone is either oversensitive or just reaching because they didn’t get as good of material as they were hoping for on the radio that day.

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  9. Uglydawg

    Auburn’s program had problems before Boom arrived, and they still pretty much persist. Going after the DC a few games into his first year probably isn’t fair. I’d think Gus would be getting more heat than Muschamp.
    This is going to be very interesting if they can’t right the ship pretty soon.

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    • Brandon (Version One)

      There is no shorter leash or quicker hook in college football than at Auburn, which reminds me of the great quote by Spencer Hall at EDSBS: “Never, ever underestimate the slick game of Tommy Tuberville, the man coached for almost a decade at Auburn, any one who can survive for so long under such circumstances is a formidable strategist by any measure.”

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