Well, now we know what it takes.

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UPDATE:  Sure, Corch.

It all depends on what your meaning of zero tolerance is, amirite?

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UPDATE #2:  Oh, brother.

What BS.

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16 responses to “Well, now we know what it takes.

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    Yes, Corch has such high values and integrity.

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    • gastr1

      He’s compiling quite the track record…I expect his career will eventually end in scandal. Just waitin’ for the other shoe to drop.

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  2. Pretty clear that Urban has been looking the other way for a long-long time… But he’ll get a pass…

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  3. Spike

    Real tough guy.. beating up women. Allegedly, of course. Somebody will hire him, sadly.

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  4. ChiliDawg

    In b4 “tired of these lying women ruining men’s lives.”

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    • Biggus Rickus

      I mean, it happens, but apparently not in this case. Some people are always carrying around their hammers for one side or the other, though.

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  5. Kevin

    I live in Jax, Fl, and unfortunately am subjected to more gator talk than i prefer. Meyer is the dirtiest coach in college football, and even gators have come to realize that. I’m convinced he departed Gainesville as part of a deal to keep the NCAA away. Just look at the players he was able to keep in school: Hernandez, Chris Rainey, Percy Harvin. These guys are genuine thuggery. And, i believe this assistant coach was also on his staff, and was arrested here in Fl for the same offense when his wife was 8 months pregnant.

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    • Cojones

      She was 3 months pregnant in 2009 when the incident occurred. He brought another woman home in early morning and he kept calling the other woman “Baby”. His wife drove her home and, after returning, they had a second fallout with police being called. She later dropped charges. Seems she did most of the hitting (who could blame her) after attempting to get him out of her bed. I mention sordid details as a preamble concerning what his lawyer would make about her behavior being physical while his was not. The fact that he has continued for 9 more years speaks a great deal towards her attempts to continue a relationship while he has been the aggressor.

      Scroll down in the Eleven Warriors site to see posted newspaper articles that chronicled his behavior through the years he worked for Meyers, going back to his time at FU. Some OSU people put Meyers in the same category that we do.

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  6. Doug

    This reminds me of that quote apocryphally credited to Churchill—the one about how you can depend on Americans to do the right thing when they have exhausted every other possibility.

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  7. South FL Dawg

    The funny thing is it’s Florida fans that hate him most. If you ask Lane Kiffin that just shows how good of a job he was doing.

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  8. 69Dawg

    Well at least nobody was killed this time. It’s hard to hide bodies.

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  9. Russ

    St. Urban said he looked at the 2015 incident and there was nothing there. I think he means there were no reporters there.

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