Agent Muschamp just got a little dumber.

It’s getting buttah and buttah on the Plains, as Gus announces that stud defensive end Carl Lawson will miss “an extended period of time” because of a hip injury.

Somewhere out there, Ellis Johnson is nodding and smiling.

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22 responses to “Agent Muschamp just got a little dumber.

  1. The return of Carl Lawson was one of the reasons the Barn was supposed to be the best team ever in the minds of the media this offseason. Terrible for Lawson but excellent humble pie for the Cast of Thousands.

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  2. roswelldawg

    I am most pleased. This brings to mind the time my Auburn fan walked in to the room, rubbing his hands, saying, “We got us a DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR NOW!”. (Emphasis to show how his voice raised as he spoke). Look, I know it is early and we have full ability to spit the bit and throw up on our shoes – and we may end up doing just that, but, hey, I have to enjoy these brief moments such as we saw Saturday as the War Tigers/Eagles/confused arrogant jerks stumbled around in Death Valley. Allow me the pleasure…..

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  3. Spike

    roswelldawg…enjoy.. and take as much time as you need with this..

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  4. BCDawg97

    He’ll be back by the UGA game 😉

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  5. ScoutDawg

    Being a Georgia man, I hate injuries. I want to whip their ass, and I want Bo, Cam, and every one of those no-good bastards to play while we are doing it. We just did the HBC. Lets do CGM. I kinda like Bo, though.

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  6. ScoutDawg

    Love me some Trigga Trey though. How ’bout his tackle last week! Oh yeah…

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  7. AceDawg

    Muschamp runs the offense at Auburn now. Malzahn’s got the D.

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  8. steve

    Somewhat of a mystery surrounds this incident. I am thinking it isn’t medical. Either his checks are bouncing (considering the huge payouts Auburn is still supplying to Cheesedung, et al), or he is working on a legal defense for a court appearance ‘in the near future’ for ‘domestic…’. Also, he could be sharing Larry Tunsil’s attorney for an NCAA investigation. Troopha Taylha..the gift that keeps on giving.
    One thing is very clear. Muschamp is all mouth. A toothless whore whose gum job is really just disguised palm friction.

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  9. JN

    Muschamp is clearly a top level D coordinator. No one is questioning that. A thought hit me this morning, however. How much impact did Dan Quinn have while at UF. Folks across the country didn’t realize what that guy brought to the table while he was at UF.

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    • AceDawg

      The thing is, somebody that is top level at one point may not be top level at another. Times change. Football style changes. The fire and focus of coaches change. Maybe Auburn is just a poison pill at the moment, but whose to say that Muschamp can definitely turn things around? You’d assume that he has enough talent on the defensive side to mold to a respectable defense, so if things don’t turn around, either Malzahn is a complete disaster, or Muschamp is off to a rough start himself as well.

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  10. Russ

    Man, I’m looking forward to the beat down we’re going to put on the war tiger plains eagles. We are going to beat them like a rented mule.

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  11. AusDawg85

    “I hate that this is happening to Auburn.” — Things no one has ever said.

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    • roswelldawg

      That my friend sums it up for me…thank you for a succinct explanation of what I think of a culture that opines that because they have the two luckiest plays in college football history occur at the very end or essentially the end of the game, and in back to back contests, they are somehow a “great” program. No, Auburn and your fans, you are actually a culture in love with yourself, with a huge inferiority complex that obscures any rational perspective about the actual moral integrity of your leadership – ( see any number of thugs kicked out of UGA that have crawled into your fold). Your willingness to overlook thuggery and embrace outright dishonesty (Question: “What happened to that player, Coach Malzahn, when he kneeled at the goal line? Answer: “He got injured”. Response: “What about the signaling from the bench to kneel down?” Answer: ……crickets) is the true compass of Auburn as a university and a football program. You are at once delusional, self-absorbed, angry and petulant. And that is the good stuff about you. We at UGA may not win this year, and you may succeed. We however, rest in knowing that our football leadership ascribes to a true set of values and makes the hard calls when it comes to integrity and morality. I believe that is called “the Georgia way”. Go Dawgs.

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      • Macallanlover

        Hear, Hear!! The fairy incidents in that 2010 game, and the way the fans and Auburn staff and fans (all of them) embraced them is when I knew they were the worst. Then they trotted Troopa and his towel out to put an exclamation mark on what they are. Scum, should be banned from CFB.

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  12. Cojones

    I’m waiting for his “Guarantee!” to some 11yr old Auburn fan. It’s good for 3 wins by UGA, at the least.

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  13. A10Penny

    Losing CFB stars to injury bums me out, although it couldn’t happen to a better team. Two of the most exciting players should be squaring off in the desert this weekend (Scooby Wright and Miles Jack), but the injury gods are on a roll.

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