South Carolina football: Shane Beamer’s first month brings challenges, opportunities to show he’s ready to be an SEC head coach
Good point, 90Dawg. If there's one thing UGA knows it's bad coaches.
Good for them. Trying to catch Bama is tough. Keep it up Gators!
South Carolina releases statement confirming the Gamecocks will not be playing in the Gasparilla Bowl
yeah right, if there's one thing this virus has shown us is that it takes a while to spread.
Dabo Swinney destroys FSU: I’m not worried about what they say, they’ve had 3 head coaches in 4 years
He's no fool and all these folks falling all over themselves trying to get one up on him only makes them look foolish. He continually takes every advantage to promote the Clemson vs Everyone else mentality. If it were anyone other than Clemson, FSU plays that game.
Either way this is a win for Clemson and Dabo. He's a genius at working the us vs the world mentality.
UK peaked over the last 2-3 years and the only thing keeping them barely relevant now in their div is the others aside from 2 teams are struggling to field decent teams.
In too deep. Maybe there's other issues at tenn as well? Like living in your glory days and expecting them to return magically. Tenn is the Nebraska of the SEC.
Wow. He looked and sounded off.
Is he sending back his tuition, housing, meals? All were ultimately paid for by.......fans. Yep, they're the worst. Just keep sending your $ but don't question what you're getting in return.
That's about the usual effort by this HS newspaper team.
It does make sense and I'm sure he'd jump at the opportunity to be at Bama if given the chance. It builds suspect coaches credibility to be there. However, it does appear from the last few season that all Muschamp is capable of analyzing is what just went wrong instead of player development, defensive schemes, and game plans.
All good but they're not competing with the team up the street in any way for recruits. I assume he means Clemson. They recruit nationally and SC regionally at best, mostly in state for what would be bit players at Clemson. The process doesn't start over if you're trending down, which Muschamp was.
Clemson and Dabo will blow out Notre Dame in the ACC CG. A healthy TL and it would have been so in last weeks match up.
It will cost them much more $ to keep him in future losses, on the field and financially. Invest in the future now and get ahead of the rest. Let him go. Also should consider letting whomever approved the buyout go or demoting them.
Tenn recruits well and should be getting better results. If Arkansas can turn around and play respectable in year one of a new HC and staff there's no excuse for Tenn not to be better. Resources, $, fan support, facilities, recruiting are all on par or better than their foes. Must be the coaching, possibly the admin too.
Paul Finebaum says there’s no excuse for Will Muschamp’s latest loss, his future is increasingly in doubt
You made me curious so I looked it up. Didn't know there was someone named Sparky Woods, but you're correct. He coached at South Carolina from 1989-1993. Then looked up your record vs Navy, which is 5-3 but you didn't play them when Woods was there. Maybe you were alone because nobody was there. South Carolina did lose to Navy in 1984 when Joe Morrison was the coach but looks like you had a good season otherwise. You beat Navy in 85, 88, and 2011.
What does USC have to do with this?
Will Muschamp shares thoughts on Collin Hill, South Carolina’s QB situation after blowout loss to Texas A&M
Watched some of that game during commercials of others. They need more than a QB. WRs, OL, DL, LBs, Safeties...and probably more. They're way off from being a complete team. Saw one play where two DBs took each other out. Same guys lost on other plays. DL looks sluggish and easily pushed around.
No because when Mason told him to STFU.....crickets.
From watching some of their game vs LSU, doesn't look like their QB is mobile at all. Their RB is good and some of their line blocks well.
He got lucky that more of his players showed maturity that he isn't capable of in stressful situations. Dude was freaking out and used the old "you'd better be glad they're holding me back".
Not a bad coach, just a terrible head coach. He cannot manage a game at all.
Mullen is more along the lines of the SEC's Mike Gundy
He incited the fight as much as the late hit did. Dude was out of control. He tried the same thing vs Vandy last year until Derek Mason called his bluff. Dan wanted no part of meeting him at mid field.
The crew definitely missed the hit but there's a huge difference between stoic and what Mullen did' He can handle things better between the refs and set an example or loose his $hit like he did and help start an all out brawl. A leader should be able to control his emotions a little better.
Mullen incited this entire thing running around like a crazy man. Then later plays it off as if it were nothing and he wasn't involved at all. He should take responsibility and the SEC/E$PN, media, should all call him on it, but we know that won't happen.
Absolutely the best college player right now but they'll be ok vs BC without him. Their back up is better than any other QB in the ACC and most in the SEC/Big 10 or other.
Yes, Trevor - PLEASE LEAVE THIS YEAR - ALL BAMA Fans. LOL
SC and the SEC better hope he leaves. Dude owns them all.
Nick showed his only emotion - disappointment.