Those who can, coach. Those who no longer can…

take SEC Network gigs.

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18 responses to “Those who can, coach. Those who no longer can…

  1. HVL Dawg

    Interesting that he says he wants to do something constructive, because all his famous comments are destructive of somebody. Entertaining, yes, constructive, no.

    The man is an ass. I hate him.

  2. “I’m busier this off-season that last year”

    It sure showed up on the field HBC!

  3. A gayturd will always be a gayturd.

  4. Bulldog Joe

    Just don’t act surprised when he quits during the halftime show.

  5. AthensHomerDawg

    ON TENNESSEE:

    “Will be the 14th time I’ve coached in Neyland Stadium. … I’ve coached there more than some of their head coaches.”
    “In Knoxville they’re still doing cartwheels because they went 7-6 and won a bowl.”

    I think it will be fun listening to SOS.

    • JG Shellnutt

      Until he is talking about Georgia

      • AthensHomerDawg

        Best way to shut SOS up is beat him.

        Steve Spurrier: Georgia ‘clobbered us’

        Posted : 9 months ago
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        By Brant Sanderlin/AJC
        Steve Spurrier.
        Andy Johnston
        DawgNation staff
        ATHENS – Steve Spurrier hasn’t mellowed with age.

        He’s 70 years old now and still says what’s on his mind, especially after a loss like Georgia’s 52-20 win over South Carolina at Sanford Stadium on Saturday night.

        “They totally dominated us. …They clobbered us,” Spurrier said. “They’re a lot better than us. We’ve got to make some changes somewhere. We have to do something different.”

        • JCDAWG83

          Spurrier is the worst sort of bad sport. He takes digs and gets snarky when he wins and that shows a total lack of class. When he loses, he tries to be gracious and put on the “aw shucks” act but he won’t stay around long at the post game press conference to answer questions and he throws the players and asst coaches under the bus for losses. I can never recall him taking any of the blame for a loss.

          He can be honest in his assessments but that doesn’t make up for being an ass.

      • Spurrier could talk shit about Georgia the entire game and it would still be a huge step up from Mack Brown.

  6. watcher16

    I actually look forward to listening to him try and be impartial and praise us every now and then

  7. hassan

    If somehow he gets paired up in the booth with Jesse Palmer, I will vomit until I die.

    • That would be great!

      SOS: Attaboy chuck it in the seats…get to the next down.
      JP: (Sarcastic) Oh—So, I guess that’s ok now, Coach?
      SOS: Of course–why?
      JP: Uhhh…because you got real mad and pulled me out of 10 different games for doing that.

  8. Comin' Down The Track

    In reality, he’ll hate it when he realizes that he’ll have to do prep work before going on air. We’re already subjected to Brent Musburger’s fixation on the one player he overheard the janitorial crew mention while he was pregaming on the press toilet. SOS would be worse.