“It was modest of him to say.”

Mike Leach responds to Junior’s praise of him on ESPN GameDay.

Yeah, Thursday’s gonna be fun.


Filed under Don't Mess With Lane Kiffin, Mike Leach. Yar!

8 responses to ““It was modest of him to say.”

  1. armydawg

    They are both clowns in their own way but you can’t deny the fact that the MS schools have been elevated to relevancy and minor celebrity status by them.

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  2. Texas Dawg

    Over/under on another Piss 6 type play? I’d says with these two “leaders” the odd are pretty damn good this game will NOT be without some really memorable moments. Some of them may actually even involve football.

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    • W Cobb Dawg

      Forget about the players, I’m concerned one or both HCs will do that piss stance after a score.


      • Texas Dawg

        If it’s a stupid action my money is on Laner. If it’s a stupid comment, my money is on the Pirate (just because he is getting too old to pull off the physical stupidity as well as Laner).

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  3. cowetadawg

    Great stuff. If you’re an Old Miss or Missy St. fan you’re in high cotton with the Laner and Yar! squaring off every year. Must see TV for sure.

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  4. Russ

    Can’t wait! Hope I can slip away to watch it.


  5. Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2021)

    Both fanbases are big-mad right now that Leach and Kiffin not only don’t hate each other, but are actually friends.

    They want them to hate each other the way Kirby hates Floriduh, and that just makes you grateful as a Dawg this Thanksgiving Week to have a coach that hates your biggest rival not only as much as you do, but as much as Spurrier hates us. You can’t buy that kinda hate with a multi-million dollar contract. No, for Kirby and Spurrier, that’s a real, lived-in hate.

    That’s what makes their hate so special and worthy of thanks.

    Here’s hoping Floriduh never finds a coach who hates us that much again, while Kirby’s hate keeps giving them reasons to keep looking for one over and over again.


    • Ha… Reading your comment I’m having flashbacks of growing up in Mississippi. Was constantly asked whether I was an Ole Miss or State fan…. you shoulda seen the look I got when I said Georgia. Most folks seemed to pity me. Ha.

      My father was born and raised in Athens. He has often said, “I thought I knew what the Deep South was…. then I moved to Mississippi.” lol