Stuff happens.

Believe it or not, the Sugar Bowl wasn’t the most nauseating moment of TV yesterday for me.

It was the respectful tongue bath the broadcast crew gave Urban Meyer for his ride into the sunset (at least for now).  How you let the schmuck get away with saying something like this…

Utter garbage.  It’s really going to suck hearing the same people falling all over themselves in a few years when he decides he’s ready to get back into coaching.  Five minutes after the game, he was already backtracking about that.

Believe is doing some heavy lifting there.  Barf.

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18 responses to “Stuff happens.

  1. Mayor

    I know I’ve floated this idea before and been shot down but….I see Irvin in South Bend in a few years.

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  2. Normaltown Mike

    The Tebow talk got me. I’d rather they ran stories about Tua than all the love they were throwing on Timmy

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  3. Urban’s situation to me feels like Lance Armstrong at the end: a dam straining to contain a river of shit.

    There are a lot of whispered stories about Urban that he’s avoided having really spill out.

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  4. Rampdawg

    Fuck Urban, but it was the Dawgs that made me sick.
    Talk big crap on social media all week, and then “SHIT THE BED”. Well boys, you’re gonna have to sleep in that shitty bed for 8 months.
    Think before you speak, or tweet.

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    • Macallanlover

      The crap they spewed publicly made me sick even before the game was played. Lack of discipline, and character to me. Those tweets put Dawgs in a bad light, even if we had beaten Texas. Whining like CF is never a good thing.

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  5. Mick Jagger

    What Rampdawg said. ^

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  6. DC Weez

    If someone doesn’t get out a wooden stake, that jerk will be back.

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  7. Tom Rinaldi for the win, with the bro shake and embrace after the interview with Meyer was over. Talk about an effete sycophant……..

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  8. Hogbody Spradlin

    I was inspired by Urban’s sincere and moving words. I’d like to see him, and Paul Johnson, on the sidelines again.

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  9. Bulldog Joe

    He’s a pill, but his team showed up ready to play after narrowly missing the playoffs.

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  10. UGA '97

    Sadly, Tom Herman is the most recent disciple from this garbage.

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  11. Russ

    “Coach, do think your legacy will be Aaron Hernandez, Chris Rainey, and Zack Smith, or your fake heart problems?”

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  12. He will be coaching in less than three years. Money and ego.
    He wins and that is all that matters to some folks.

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  13. While scanning the blogs today it amazes me how folks simply gloss over the filth that is Corch. Talk about a fan base that clearly has no interest in right vs. wrong and extending a free pass as long as they win. Then you have ESPN and Herby doing their spiel to canonize this man. Simply disgusting.

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  14. Doyle Hargraves

    Was vile

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