Practice what you preach.

Yes, if there’s one thing we associate with Urban Meyer’s Florida teams, it’s their humility.

The man is a living testament to the concept that if you win big, people will swallow your bullshit endlessly.

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15 responses to “Practice what you preach.

  1. Sam Johnson

    What a load of crap. This guy wouldn’t know humility if it bit him.

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  2. Yeah, humility is a word to describe all of those Handbag and Suckeye players he had and himself. They were all choir boys, too. Right, Corch?

    #Top1%OfTheTop1%My@$$

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  3. He just dying to get back to lying, cheating, stealing, and some murder. And screwing his kids over.

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  4. As soon as Nick Saban showed up, Urban had a heart(burn) condition and needed more time with his family (1 season). He sure showed his humility (or lack thereof) when competition arrived in the SEC.

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  5. Sweet D

    Unfortunately methinks we haven’t seen the end of Urban, he’s just biding his time until a soulless AD hires him at a top program. Hell it may be Alabama in a couple of years. Wouldn’t that be rich.

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  6. Charlottedawg

    The guy might be a scum bag but it doesn’t mean the statement’s not true. Competition keeps people hungry and motivated. You don’t think there were starters on the later mark richt teams that simply coasted knowing that the recruiting misses and roster mismanagement resulted in nobody realistically being able to take their starting job? (See Isiah crowell, tray Matthews, hell the entire secondary in 2013 where I perpetually thought to myself “you are way too shitty and get absolutely torched way too often too be this damn cocky, STFU”)

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    • I thought Martinez was far worse in that regard, tbh.

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      • Charlottedawg

        Eh, I get what you’re saying but there also were instances under Willie where the clearly better player inexplicably didn’t get the playing time he deserved (bacari Rambo / Bryan Evans, sitting Rennie Curran) so in those instances there was technically competition

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  7. Hogbody Spradlin

    Senator, nothing like a good Corch post to get my circulation going. 😉
    I know I shouldn’t let him annoy me, but the son of a bitch will say anything!

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  8. mwo

    I think he has confused the word humble for hubris, or douchebaggery.

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    • The running back in question, concerning missing two classes…was that in a day, a week, a month, in a semester, was that the only two classes corch knew of, was the running back in question ever enrolled in more than two classes or was that corch being corch…”to know me is to love me, i must be a hell of a man, oh, lord it’s hard to be humble, but i’m doing the best that i can”……#FTMF

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  9. Hobnail_Boot

    Up here in Ohio, he’s viewed as a saint.

    Makes me sick.

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  10. Tlkdawg

    To be fair, Ohio St had to get up for exactly one game before facing Alabama, which IS the point as to why the despicable Liar left the SEC like he did. Bama played 7 ranked teams in the 9 games before osu. I’m sure beating Saban was all he thought about leading up to that game. And still would have lost had Kiffen not let his ego get in the way and let the team run the ball down their throats instead of trying to throw it all over the place.

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