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Will Muschamp (HC South Carolina Gamecocks)

Discussion in 'College Football' started by Muck, Apr 20, 2012.

  1. TampaBuckeyes

    TampaBuckeyes Senior

    You think those playing for Saban aren't getting paid?
    lvbuckeye likes this.
  2. DoctorWho

    DoctorWho Geronimo

    Saban has the best team money can buy. But he's also a hard ass. The cars and $500 handshakes are a nice bonus for playing for Bama.
  3. Lol

  4. kujirakira

    kujirakira Senior

    To be fair, they have a point.
    Nobody in that locker room will be sad to see Muschamp leave... if anything, they will be united and have a feeling of getting a new start.
    Whereas a lot of potential recruits and kids already on scholarship were dismayed when Urban left.

    It's the difference between ousting a tyrant from your midst and a great leader suddenly and mysteriously abandoning you.
    In the first there's hope for the future and a community united behind their shared dislike of oppression and newfound joy in seeming freedom.
    In the second there's a feeling of inadequacy, failure, uncertainty over the future.

    What Urban did to Florida was glorious.
    In a ten year period, the most recent 2 Ohio State coaches managed to utterly obliterate 2 Florida dynasties. I just hope we can see the 3rd sink now.
    lvbuckeye and scarletmike like this.
  5. Buck33Eye11

    Buck33Eye11 Rocky Mountain High

    I don't really keep up with the coaching carousel so this could be loltarded but I'd imagine both Fickell and Ash will get serious looks at HC spots this offseason. Muschamp to tOSU?
  6. Poe McKnoe

    Poe McKnoe Senior

    Loltarded. You answered your own question.

    Brando was suggesting on his show that Muschamp be the DC at South Carolina and be named head coach in waiting. His guest also suggested that was Loltarded.
  7. BuckeyeFan 52

    BuckeyeFan 52 Bring the Pain

    This whole "head coach in-waiting" thing is loltarded. Always has been, and only seems to be applied to Muschamp since his days at Texas. No significant CFB program would handcuff themselves in that way.

    Look for Will to D-Coordinate at Texas A&M next year.
    Poe McKnoe likes this.
  8. NFBuck

    NFBuck Total Coverage.

    Jimbo fisher was head coach in waiting under Bowden. I believe Bert was under Barry Alverez as well.
  9. AJHawkfan

    AJHawkfan Wanna make $14 the hard way?

    Seems to me that when a school names a head-coach-in-waiting, what they really mean is that they wish the guy currently coaching would take the hint and step down because they're too chicken-shit to fire him on their own.
    BUCKYLE, scarletmike and NFBuck like this.
  10. Palpie

    Palpie Senior

    Who did you think taught jimbo how to run such a tight ship.
  11. Woody1968

    Woody1968 Agent Provocateur

    Or they want the incoming recruits to know the situation is stable.
    BUCKYLE likes this.
  12. Poe McKnoe

    Poe McKnoe Senior

    Unless, you know, the HCIW jumps ship for a quicker payday at Florida.
  13. Will Muschamp

    Will Muschamp Rookie

    I'm still waiting for the Texas job you retards. The only reason I took the Florida job was for some extra money and to make Gatorubet's life a living hell. Deal with it!
  14. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    Sandusky, who thought he was the head coach in waiting at penn State, waited 30 years (1969 - 1999) for Paterno to retire. Needles to say, it didn't work out as well for him as it did for Jimbo or Bert; however, in the end Sandusky was instrumental in getting Paterno to finally "retire".

    LovelandBuckeye likes this.
  15. ochre

    ochre Senior

    Pretty clear that he should be Illinois' top choice. Just wait. You'll see.
    colobuck79 likes this.

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