Corch: “No.”

Really, they could have shut down this article after the sixth word in the header without changing the message.

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17 responses to “Corch: “No.”

  1. munsonlarryfkajim

    He is a psychopath. Seriously

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    • gastr1

      Yeah, I was just thinking that. He has issues. Might have been a great football coach but as a human being he’s as likeable as the flaming bag of turds on your porch.

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  2. Derek

    That’s what college football IS.

    You can hate the source, but the message is spot on.

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  3. HirsuteDawg

    What a shining exemplar of sportsmanship he is! An example to us all.

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  4. 79dawg

    I dunno, I think a more interesting question would be, “Did Urban Meyer ever feel humble(d)?” Answer is probably the same though…

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  5. Hogbody Spradlin

    We can smile at the fact that we do not have to look in the mirror and see Urban Meyer.

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  6. 3rdandGrantham

    Surely I’m not the only one who appreciates Urban’s mentality. Love it. By the way, this is why I give Smart the advantage over Mullen, as Smart grew up living and breathing the Georgia Florida rivalry. Mullen, meanwhile, grew up in Vermont and played football at a small school in Pennsylvania. Huge difference.

    Simply put, he doesn’t understand or appreciate the rivalry the same that Smart does, particularly given that Smart also played at Georgia in an era where Florida had the upper hand in the rivalry.

    Now, Urban didn’t play at OSU, but he did grow up in Ohio so he certainly understands the importance of the UM-OSU rivalry. As for Harbaugh, he certainly understands as well but frankly there isn’t much he can do, as Michigan is far behind OSU as a program overall. Hell, if he wasn’t such a weirdo, I’d probably feel a bit sorry for him.

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    • boz864

      100% agree with this.. and also add that CKS recruiting hits another gear because he’s so deeply ingrained the UGA program vs. other coaches recruiting at their current stop.

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  7. aucarson

    Urbs never beat rival Auburn while he was at FU.

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  8. Hogbody Spradlin

    After the fifth word would have been almost as correct.

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  9. classiccitycanine

    I will be the first to tell you how much I hate Meyer, but I freaking love his approach to rivalry games. The essence of college football is beating your rivals, not winning national titles. Play fair (not a strength of Meyer’s) but show no mercy to your rivals.

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  10. charlottedawg

    This is a valuable life lesson called: you can learn things from people you dislike and seperate the message from the messenger.

    A fucking men to everything Meyer said in that article. Yes, you do show up everyday and work your ass off and no losing to and especially getting outworked by those fuckers is flat out unacceptable. If you are a Georgia coach, player, alumni or fan and you don’t feel this way about auburn or the Gators get the fuck out. FTMF is a 365 day mentality, you just see the end result at the end of October and November, because the game is won at 6am in the weight room in February or late at night on the practice field, waaaaay before you kick off at 3:30 in jacksonville. You don’t violate ethics or cheat but you damn sure better understand that the goal is beat them so thoroughly they never want to play you again because you can bet your ass they will do it to you if you give them the chance.

    Rant over.

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  11. TripleB

    I hate most everyone affiliated with Florida, Meyer included. However, I would have no problem with our coach acting and feeling the same way about our rivals, especially if they have that kind of record against them. Smart is on his way with Florida and Auburn. I would say he is now creating a rivalry with Alabama and that’s a hill he needs to climb..

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