Category Archives: ‘Cock Envy

Cocky

Question for you guys — do I stick with this image as the stock reference for South Carolina…

… or do I ditch it in favor of this dude?

Tough call, no?

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When life has to imitate art

I’m sorry, but if you’re not doing this…

… after reading this ($$)

Luke Doty is a natural passer. In the (NFL) Draft, you look for a big brain and a natural passer. He’s got a big brain.

… Now we just get to marry up all the other little attributes that go with it. Big Brain? Check.

… you’re just not doing it right.

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One thing binds the SEC East.

Vapid slogans.

While they’re at it, maybe they can replace “Sandstorm” with this.

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TFW you don’t have results to sell

Thought this makes for an interesting contrast with the complaint from Chip Towers about player access.

Keep in mind Beamer coached under Kirby, so he knows how the other half lives.

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South Carolina’s loss is Georgia’s gain.

This, I believe, is the opposite of a cannon shot.

And look who’s minding their ABCs.

Obviously, there’s a long way to go here, but if Stockton does eventually sign and enroll, that may very well set up Georgia’s quarterback room better than it’s ever been set in my memory.  Dayum, Kirbs.

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Columbia West

Will the last coach to leave South Carolina for Auburn cut the lights off on the way out?

I don’t want to say that happened in the dead of night, but it went down so fast Rocker hasn’t even had time to change his Twitter bio yet.

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The beginning of a beautiful friendship

There is so much to unpack from this one tweet, it approaches the density of a dwarf star.

LOL.

Somehow, though, he manages to top it with this:

But of course.

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Second time’s a charm

Following Mike Bobo’s quick departure, Shane Beamer’s found his man ($$).

A high school quarterback and wide receiver, Satterfield has coached quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends at the collegiate level and last served as an offensive coordinator in the FBS ranks at Temple from 2013 to 2015.

Temple improved from 2-10 to 6-6 to 10-4 in Satterfield’s three seasons, although the Owls never finished higher than 60th in the nation in yards per play.

This is what you get when you have to shop for coaches at the discount store.

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Get me out of here, Percy.

Originally, this was going to be a post about how South Carolina was going the frugal route with its new coaching staff, presumably to offset Boom’s enormous buyout.  Here’s what the numbers there look like:

Offensive coordinator/QB coach Mike Bobo: 2 years/$1.2 per year
Offensive line coach Will Friend: 2 years/$700,000 per year
Tight ends coach Erik Kimrey: 2 years/$200,000 per year
Running backs coach Des Kitchings: 2 years/$300,000 per year
Special teams coordinator Pete Lembo: 3 years/$450,000 per year
Linebackers coach Mike Peterson: 2 years/$300,000 per year
Defensive line coach Tracy Rocker: 2 years/$525,000 per year
Wide receivers coach Justin Stepp: 2 years/$460,000 per year

Plus, “Beamer had his contract approved by the Board of Trustees officially on December 15 and will make $2.75 million per year each year over the life of the five-year deal.”

They’ve still got a defensive coordinator and strength/conditioning coach to hire, but you get the drift.

Anyway, this post took an abrupt turn when I saw this:

Yep, you read that right.  Friend took a hundred thousand dollar pay cut to get away from Jeremy Pruitt.  Talk about your vote of confidence.  Things must be going great in Knoxville these days.

Anybody got a bag of popcorn to spare?

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UPDATE:  Probably just a coincidence

The University of Tennessee has hired two Overland Park, Kansas-based attorneys to assist its internal investigation into whether the Vols football program committed NCAA rules violations, Knox News has learned.

Lawyers Mike Glazier and Kyle Skillman will work alongside the university. Glazier is well-known for his work on investigations involving college athletics.

The Vols certainly know that.

Glazier, who worked seven years on the NCAA’s enforcement staff, has represented universities in scores of NCAA cases since the 1980s. He has worked with UT previously.

Glazier assisted the university more than a decade ago during the NCAA’s probe of the athletic department that led to the 2011 firing of men’s basketball coach Bruce Pearl.

Yeah, this is going to end well.

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UPDATE #2:  LOL.

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Athens East?

Shot.

Screenshot_2020-12-28 Is Kirby smart a bust

Chaser.

Including Shane Beamer, four current South Carolina coaches (Beamer, Bobo, Friend and Rocker) have a Georgia connection, including two who coached under Kirby Smart.

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