Now this is how you troll.

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30 responses to “Now this is how you troll.

  1. lol, no.

    I am so happy the Chickens prevented Boom from coming to us, and I just want to forget about him for a while.

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    • Russ

      I heartily agree. We get a two-fer, he stays off our sidelines and he continues his work as Agent Muschamp at Sakerlina.

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  2. DC Weez

    And then there was Mark Bradley’s article that totally dissed Muschamp’s hiring. Bradley is a douche but he got it right.

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  3. gastr1

    Muschamp is like Belichick. LOL. Gotta click on the link to see the crazy. Like watching a car accident, that guy.

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  4. Such a great hire that none of the other schools with openings expressed interest, they didn’t think they had a shot at the great Muschamp.

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  5. The Truth

    Think Bianchi is ready to backtrack if Boom hires Roper as reported?

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  6. Bright Idea

    I guess we’ll find out October 8.

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    • Dolly Llama

      Oh, I am so looking forward to that. Back in the day, South Carolina was a “meh” game. Then came the Ol’ Ball Sack. And now Boom. Can’t wait to see him having a stroke on the sidelines.

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  7. Ok, I bit. Muschamp is like Beluchick because Bill failed a his first HC gig too?

    I guess that’s a fair comparison if you don’t delineate that Bill was coaching the Browns and Will got the Gators. I mean, it’s not like one of those is the worst franchise in the NFL that no one has been able to win at and the other a football factory that you can farther your way into 7 wins at or anything….

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    • Biggus Rickus

      That doesn’t even begin to describe how dumb the comparison is. Being an NFL head coach anywhere is vastly different from being a college head coach. Most NFL coaches don’t have ultimate say over personnel, and even if they do, they have a 53 man roster, 7 draft picks and whatever available players are out there in free agency. Going about .500 over five years in that environment may tell you nothing about how good a coach is. Going .500 at Florida, where you have all sorts of personnel advantages and control the roster entirely tells us a lot more.

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  8. Timphd

    Having lived in the northeast since 86 I have become a big Pats fan. I see Belichick up close through his pressers and such. So far I can say with comfort that there is not one thing that he has in common with Boom. For all his grumpiness that gets made fun of in the media, and the allegations of playing loose with the rules, Belichick is a fantastic coach, maybe the best of all times for the pros. He is meticulous, he is a fantastic motivator, a master game planner and I have never seen anyone who was better able to play to the strengths and weaknesses of individual players. This years team is less talented by far than many NFL teams and, last nights loss notwithstanding, they consistently play at a championship level. He is always under emotional control. See, not one thing in common with Boom.

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  9. Hey Senator,

    If you had a Heisman vote, who would be your pick?

    I’ll hang up and listen,

    BD

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      • McCaffrey sure picked a good time to have a great game.

        I really don’t care a ton, but Henry’s a class act and as fan of his team I think it would be cool.

        McCaffrey’s rushing numbers are very similar to Henry’s, plus he’s got a ton of other all-purpose yardage, but…I think Henry’s season will resonate longer because of how he’s toted us on his back on national TV all season.

        BD

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    • Biggus Rickus

      Not the Senator (obviously), but I’d give it to McCaffrey with Henry second and Watson third, though if any of those three win it, I don’t think it would be a travesty or anything..

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      • Saw McCaffrey play twice this season, once in CA and once in WA . Impressive for all he does. Henry though is right up there. A tough vote.

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      • AthensHomerDawg

        And how close did Georgia come to having back to back Heisman Trophy winners?

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        • Biggus Rickus

          You mean Gurley and Chubb? Gurley would have won it without the suspension last year. It’s hard to say how Chubb would have fared. It would have depended on how Georgia’s season went with him. If they still lost to Tennessee and Florida, and he ended up with like 1,700 yards, he wouldn’t have won anything.

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