My, how the cannon shot has turned.

How do you know it’s 2021?  Because a kid who committed to Georgia over the weekend cited Agent Muschamp as a reason for his choice.

“I feel like Coach Smart, Coach Muschamp, Coach Lanning and Coach Schumann are a great defensive core that our (sic) great defensive people,” Walker said. He’s a coach’s kid himself as his father is the head coach at Catawba College. “I feel like they can mold me into the linebacker that can make me achieve to the best of my ability and excel in the NFL if I have that chance.”

Boom, needless to say.

(And, yes, it feels good to pull that gif out of storage.)


Filed under Agent Muschamp Goes Boom, Georgia Football, Recruiting

24 responses to “My, how the cannon shot has turned.

  1. Ran A

    Anyone besides me believe that USCjr is going to regret letting Coach Muschamp go for oh so many reasons over the next few years?


    • Probably not. I’m sure they’re not too happy about where he is now, but HC didn’t seem to be a crown he wore well.

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      • Dylan Dreyer's Booty

        “…but HC didn’t seem to be a crown he wore well.”

        That is certainly true enough if you compare his HC career with Saban or even lesser lights, but if you compare him with …. Shane Beamer? Then you have to think Ran A is right predicting some Cock buyer’s remorse. Who knows? Beamer may be the next Saban, but if there are odds on something like that, I am certain they are so high that a winning $10.00 bet will pay off your mortgage.

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  2. Down Island Way

    Don’t know nor care how the staff at carolina will turn out or how many winning football games they’ll get this season, there might be a little buyers remorse, not the decision by the powers to cut boom loose, but the price that will be paid going forward….

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  3. RangerRuss

    Boom said a lot of shit he can’t just take back. I know it’s simply a job to him. This ain’t WWE though. He’s going to have to impress the fuck out of me with more stuff like this before I’ll forgive him. Of course he doesn’t care what I think. Kirby is the man who matters. The Dawgs are getting Boom on the cheap for now. Thanks USCum.

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  4. akascuba

    It will take an awful lot to rehabilitate agent Muschamp after the things he said as FU`s head coach. Glad to see he is working on it.

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  5. practicaldawg

    Will be interesting to see how many people are still whining about Boom being in town after the 2022 defensive class.


    • chicagodawgfan

      No doubt the 2022 defensive recruiting class is shaping up to be a monster. However, Lanning, Schumann and Scott along with Kirby have been bringing in incredible talent on that side of the ball for awhile. The fact they can also offer an opportunity for early playing time the next 1-2 years is a bonus. Boom can’t hurt, but I don’t know how much he’ll really move the needle.

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      • chicagodawgfan

        I like having him around as defensive bench strength. When Lanning takes a HC job, it won’t hurt to have Boom as an option for DC. Not to mention the guy is good with the Xs and Os on D.

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        • W Cobb Dawg

          Tucker left a bigger vacuum than many of us figured. I think Lanning is still learning and doing some ojt. He’s got loads of talent he likely won’t have at his next stop, IF he becomes a HC.

          Reminds me of all the years Bobo was on CMR’s staff until he became an effective OC. Not that he wasn’t a good QB coach, he just needed a lot of time/training before he turned the corner to become one of the better OCs.

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          • junkyardawg41

            In my mind, the comparison is apropos although for slightly different reasons. I saw Bobo’s improvement occurring when Searels left and Friend became the O-line coach. I don’t know if Tucker left a hole as much as I wonder if Warren’s coaching style meshed with Lanning’s defensive philosophy. Maybe Addae is that guy for Lanning.


        • miltondawg

          I agree Chicago. I think that it was on a podcast I was listening to with David Pollack, but Pollack had several good points as to why bringing in Muschamp was a great move. One, it wouldn’t be surprising for him to be in Athens for a while with his son there on the team (and while what the Dawgs are paying is a nice salary, he is still getting paid by USCe). Two, he and Kirby are pretty tight and while Kirby will ultimately make decisions, having someone who has coached in multiple spots as a sounding board for ideas and thinking outside the box from someone he trusts is invaluable. And third, if Lanning does get another job or another of the defensive coaches moves on you have a built in replacement in Muschamp who will have time in the program. And bottom line is that as a defensive coach Muschamp is, from everything I have heard and read, very well respected.

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    • akascuba

      Sorry I could not find the correct short GIF.

      Boom like Hattori Hanzo in Kill Bill has a very large obligation takes needs to take care of.


  6. An analyst can have contact with a recruit? Why did i think thats not allowed?


  7. akascuba

    Sorry I could not find the correct short GIF.

    Boom like Hattori Hanzo in Kill Bill has a very large obligation he takes needs to take care of.


  8. bigjohnson1992

    One of the greatest classic GIFs ever.