Maybe I’m reading this wrong, but it sure sounds like Booch knows he’ll be making changes with some of his assistant coaches this offseason — “Contracts for three assistant coaches are set to expire at the end of February, retirement could be an option for a couple…” — but doesn’t plan on announcing anything decisive immediately while he’s recruiting.
I wonder what he’s telling recruits or, perhaps more accurately, what he’s allowing his assistants to tell them. “Forget about me, young fella. Doesn’t hearing ‘Rocky Top’ incessantly send chills up and down your back?”
If I didn’t know any better, I’d say he’s asking to be mocked.
As I just tweeted, he’s like Mark Richt without the SEC championships.
Yes, 2016 has turned out to be a largely forgettable year if you’re a Georgia fan. Which is not the same thing as saying there haven’t been certain pleasures worth savoring.
For example, Booch will walk away with this season’s doing the least with the most in the SEC East award. (No, Mark Richt didn’t retire the award. Smart ass.) That’s only a little part of the fun, though. Way more enjoyable is discovering how inept he is with spin.
I swear, you can’t make shit like that up. I just hope UT’s learned the wrong lesson from its coaching carousel and lets him hang around for a while. He’s fun.
This is how you go negative with political ads in Urnge Country.
Can you guess what it is?
In the wake of the inexcusable loss at South Carolina the swirl of negativity around Tennessee is at an all-time high in the program’s fourth year under Butch Jones.
“This football team’s fine,” Jones said. “This football program’s fine. I love our fan base. Everything is fine. We’re going to be just fine.”
Life imitates Internet meme.