Boom in da house

Agent Muschamp returns:

Will Muschamp is already working for Georgia. In exactly what capacity remains unclear.

The former South Carolina head coach has been entering and exiting the Bulldogs’ highly-secure football complex daily this week and parking in a space at the Butts-Mehre Building. What he has been doing in the hours in between is unknown.

Probably trying to find out what happened to that cannon shot…


UPDATE:  Nothing to see here, sez Kirbs.



Filed under Agent Muschamp Goes Boom, Georgia Football

47 responses to “Boom in da house

  1. Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2024)

    I mean look, Boom’s gonna be living that Booch-Buy-Out-Life for the next three years, so why not do it where his son goes to school and is the walk-on scout team QB for the next three years?

    Why not try to repair the burned bridges with Bulldog Nation? And then when Lanning gets an offer to be a head coach sometime in these next three years he can step in and do what he’s truly good at doing: coordinating a defense.

    I’m happy to have Boom here, and so should everyone else. Time to let bygones be bygones and welcome a DGD back into the fold.

    Come on y’all, it’s not like he ever sunk to the depths of the worst Bulldog ever, Greg McGarity.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Ozam

      Agree. He may have gone to UGA but his professional career is as a football coach. His loyalty has to be to his employer! I guarantee you there are many former UGA players coaching at competitors who bad-mouth the Dawgs! It’s their job!

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      • tiredofidsearch

        Exactly, your loyalty is (and should be – subject to limitations obviously) to the people providing your paycheck.
        I never could understand people getting pissed off at Pollack for picking against Georgia.
        Wanting someone to win is different than thinking they will win. Everyone hated Holtz and called him a homer.


      • No. He could have said, “my job is to win at UF and beat the dawgs” thats not what he said. Hes a bad leader.

        Liked by 1 person

    • classiccitycanine

      On purely football matters, I’m happy to have him. However, I’m going to need a public apology for all that “temporary insanity” bullshit before I even think of restoring his DGD status.

      Liked by 10 people

    • One of the posters known as Mark

      I will never understand the desire to have Will Muschamp as Georgia’s defensive coordinator. Everywhere I can think of he has ever served as DC, UGA has absolutely TORCHED his defense at least once. The only exception was at Texas. And that’s only because Georgia and Texas never played while he was the DC there.

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      • He’s also been 2 places that have all the resources that exist in college sports and was terrible. About the only decent thing I can say is his LBs at UF after he left were pretty good.


        • Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2024)

          Sakerlina doesn’t have all the resources in CFB. They are lacking in the most important resource of all: in-state talent, and then they are also the second-best program in their state. Let’s not pretend Sakerlina = Floriduh because you don’t like Boom. That’s not fair play.

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        • classiccitycanine

          He had good defenses at Auburn and especially Florida. UF’s defense was excellent IIRC.


    • poetdawg

      McGarity is the Mini-Me to Adams’ Dr. Evil.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2024)

        Yeah, but the fact that Greg McGarity is an actual Bulldog and still did (or in reality didn’t do) all the things he did makes him the worst Damn Bad Dawg ever.


  2. MGW

    Dude’a got some advanced Clemson knowledge, for sure.

    Liked by 7 people

  3. miltondawg

    Good for Boom.


  4. ApalachDawg aux Bruxelles

    Fuck clemson
    Glad to have will back in the red and black. he is a DGD.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. DawgFlan

    The agent who came in from the cold.

    Liked by 6 people

  6. Hogbody Spradlin

    Good. We need somebody on popping veins on our sideline.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Down Island Way

      You don’t think CKS has blown out a vein or two while having a friendly conversation with the staff upstairs, plus Coach Cochran has popped a few veins in his time…or is this just the beginning of Kirbs Revolving Door Coaching Rehab Process Relocation Clinic for those with nice buyouts….

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      • RangerRuss

        Kirby needs to calm his ass down on the sidelines. Being fiery is one thing. But having to employ a “get-back” guy is simply ridiculous. There’s no way he can make his best decisions when he can’t even control his ability to stay behind the lines.

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  7. jsteph1967

    I hope him and Smart are thinking about the deep pass that killed and that GD Wheel route.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Kirby, date who you want but we are not inviting him and his family to Thanksgiving dinner.

    Unless he solves the wheel route…

    …or we have to start his son.


  9. Do.not.want

    And I don’t have to like him or forgive him or any of this other junk. He’s a bad coach and a really bad leader.


  10. Hmm. Been a good recruiter, position coach and DC. The only possible negative I can think of is that these buddy/former teammate hires have turned bad for some coaches, though, Kirby seems the type to make decisions he believes are best for Georgia.

    It’ll be interesting to see if he stays as an analyst or gets a position. If he’s gonna be an analyst, I hope he knows his role and doesn’t interfere with Lanning. Even as an analyst, he could be very valuable in recruiting and coaching. Plus, as mentioned previously, his son is here and he shouldn’t be hurting got money. I have to think this can only be a good move for Georgia. For now.


  11. Saying that Dawg fans are divided over this might be anunderstatement, though. 😳

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  12. mashdogg

    good recruiter, a good guy, and his players play hard for him
    Welcome back to Athens, CWM


  13. based on the update: maybe Will can visit at Smarts house or something.


  14. practicaldawg

    I think it’s typical for double secret agents to report to their home base every so often. Probably nothing more than that. Welcome home, Agent Muschamp and godspeed on your next assignment.

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  15. armydawg

    Just like with Biden, time will tell.


  16. stoopnagle

    Defensive Consulting Analyst on Retainer


  17. PTC DAWG

    He can coach D…glad he’s around.


  18. gurkhadawg

    The Boom that came in from the cold.