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Top SC recruit in 2022 is #30 nationally. In 2020 and 2019 they were #8. I'm 2018 they were #26. Talent per state is not always proportional to population.
You're right, we should just stop talking about it. Like all problems, the best thing to do is ignore it and hope it goes away...
I wouldn't really mind if it was just called the "Duke's Bowl" or something. Not really a fan of "Mayo Bowl" though.
> he’s still won more games in his first 3 years than most other program coaches I wish everyone, especially Muschamp himself, would quit saying this. We're now officially 4 years in, and each year matters more than the last. That 9-4 season is long gone. Muschamp can't keep hanging his hat on it, not after going 4-8 this year.
I expect our defense to look pretty good, but I won't be surprised if we don't manage to score even once on Venables's defense
I wish Tanner and Caslen would quit releasing statements. This is just getting embarrassing and I'm sure it doesn't make recruiting easy for the coaches or help current player morale. Until they can say either "Muschamp will be head coach in Fall 2020" or "Muschamp is fired", just shut the fk up.
> if not for this job, then for the next. I'd take any of these except Butch
We're 2nd in the SEC in number of offensive plays (behind only LSU), but 119th in the country in points per game. 112th in red zone scoring attempts per game, but 124th in red zone scores per game.
You can't just demote a HC to a coordinator. His continued presence would undermine the authority of his replacement.
What exactly do we have to do to earn an F? Why do we keep getting let off the hook with these D- grades?
At that point it didn't matter, and I guess he figured he'd rather have 3 more points than 0 more points. It's not like we had any shot of actually getting in the endzone.
I'm getting tired of statements. Whether they're from Muschamp or Tanner or Caslen, they're clearly meaningless and just meant to placate fans and possibly players and recruits. Muschamp will coach two more games, and then someone will sit down and do the math on whether firing him on January 1 is worth $19 million.
"South Carolina pulls off another upset" That's definitely a bold prediction. Too bad it's wrong.
SDS is just reporting what people say, not actually stating their own opinion. The article you're referring to was what Muschamp himself said. This article is what Caslen said.
Spurrier had the program going in the right direction at least. Muschamp posted 9-5 his second year, then dropped to 7-6, and now we're about to go 4-8 with losses to UNC and App State. That's decidedly the wrong direction to be trending. One thing is for sure, McClendon and Dillman both need to be fired on December 1, and actual qualified outside candidates need to be hired asap. If Muschamp can't do that, he needs to be gone before 2021.
Highly unlikely Muschamp doesn't come back for 2020. Ray Tanner is way too loyal, and we don't have $19 million laying around for a buyout.
Of course he has to say yes. What a dumb question to even ask. It's like asking Chad Morris if he's still the guy to rebuild Arkansas. On Saturday he said yes. On Sunday he got canned.
The site has been like this for years. The win-loss updates immediately, but the order doesn't update until later. It's not bias, just bad site design.
Uh, there are 7 SEC games this weekend. You missed one...
If they're going to poach a Clemson coordinator, can it be Venables instead? I'm tired of playing his defense every year.
Yeah, we just barely "squeaked out" that 17 point win. It was super close.
Maybe the refs blew the same number of calls against both teams, but blown calls against SC were far more valuable to Florida than vice versa
Because the poor officiating in SC's favor didn't gift us two touchdowns
TAMU is a senior military college, one of only 6 in the country (The Citadel is another). Also, the students literally wear uniforms to the games, the band performs military-style drill, etc. It's definitely a military school.
They hurt our quarterback, we hurt their hedges. Sounds like a fair trade to me...