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Rejuvenated Spurrier: Just Getting Started

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I find it interesting that Spurrier is once again claiming that he will be taking over the playcalling duties himself for what seems like the third off-season in a row.  My guess is we'll be halfway through the UGA game and we'll once again see Spurrier a good 20 yards away from GA Mangus or SOS Jr. while they frantically try to signal a play in to our offense while there's only 5 seconds left on the play clock when we break the huddle.  

Seems like a wash-rinse-repeat scenario the past couple years or more.....just like his more or less calling Garcia out for lack of leadership, work ethic and commitment.  Hopefully the trend of adding a win or two per season will continue as well...?

Let me get this straight. We're going to be "gifted" with a health care plan we are forced to purchase and will be fined for if we don't, written by a committee whose chairman says he doesn't understand it, passed by a Congress that hasn't read it but exempts itself from it, signed by a president who smokes, with funding administered by a treasury chief who didn't pay his taxes, to be overseen by a surgeon general who is obese and financed by a country that's broke.

What could possibly go wrong?


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Marcus Lattimore, combined with a top notch recruiting class, and #1 Recruit Clowney....Spurrier definitely has this program headed in the right direction...if I were him I'd ride Lattimore to another SEC East title, and keep piling up the recruits.
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I'm not so sure about Shaw but hopefully he's the QB we've always needed.  McEvoy at 6'5" is an interesting recruit at QB that I'm looking forward to seeing develop.  I think the rumors of Spurrier's retirement are simply a negative recruiting tool that hasn't worked.  I'm sure teams that used to benefit from grabbing South Carolina's top recruits are hoping Spurrier leaves soon and hate they couldn't selll that BS to Gilmore, Jeffrey, Lattimore, or Clowney.  When you've got head coaches telling recruits they've just met, "I love you," like Dabo did to Clowney, I'm sure lying about pending coaching changes is second nature.

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GamecockDieHard said:

I'm not so sure about Shaw but hopefully he's the QB we've always needed. McEvoy at 6'5" is an interesting recruit at QB that I'm looking forward to seeing develop. I think the rumors of Spurrier's retirement are simply a negative recruiting tool that hasn't worked. I'm sure teams that used to benefit from grabbing South Carolina's top recruits are hoping Spurrier leaves soon and hate they couldn't selll that BS to Gilmore, Jeffrey, Lattimore, or Clowney. When you've got head coaches telling recruits they've just met, "I love you," like Dabo did to Clowney, I'm sure lying about pending coaching changes is second nature.


Seriously?
Clemson is so effed up.
So, so effed up.

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JoeGator said:

Seriously?
Clemson is so effed up.
So, so effed up.

Yep, seriously. That Boy Swinney told Clowney on the phone that he loved him.

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Yep, seriously. That Boy Swinney told Clowney on the phone that he loved him.
What's not to love? Small price to pay for the top recruit.

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uscrules said:

What's not to love? Small price to pay for the top recruit.

Besides being off-the-chart weird, it's obviously disingenuous. That's getting awfully close to downright prostitution right there! A hooker loves you too, as long as she gets what she wants in the deal. Creepy stuff.