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Hillary Clinton is a robot....no, an actual robot

Yesterday, 08:56 AM

Strong glitching....

Also, lmao at the reporters reaction

RB uses GI bill to tell the tarheels to go fukk themselves

20 July 2016 - 06:06 AM


In my eighth year on this particular desk, I can say with utmost certainty that this is a first.

In my eighth year on this particular desk, I can say with utmost certainty that this is a first.

Back in mid-June, North Carolina announced that Ty'Son Williams had decided to transfer out of the Tar Heels football program. Shortly thereafter, the speculation had the running back potentially pegged for, among other places, South Carolina.

Fastforward nearly three weeks and, indeed, the Gamecocks are high on Williams’ to-do list. In fact, as long as he’s accepted, he will enroll at USC and continue his collegiate career with the Gamecocks.

However, transferring to USC was a restriction placed on Williams by UNC. However, the sequel, Williams has apparently found a very unique way to circumvent said restriction.

From the Charleston Post & Courier:

The Tar Heels have put some transfer restrictions on Williams, including blocking him from going to another school on scholarship that will play them in the next four years. USC and North Carolina will meet in 2019, but that’s not going to prevent Williams from joining the Gamecocks if he’s accepted by the school.

“I’m going to use the GI Bill to pay for my first year,” Williams said, noting his mother was just recently promoted to the rank of major by the Army. So, if he’s accepted to school, his plan is to walk on the football team and redshirt in 2016 with the hopes of going on scholarship for 2017.

First, ‘Murica, and God bless those serving. Secondly, God bless whoever it was that thought of this move to get around the draconian and archaic restrictions utilized by NCAA member institutions.

[/puts down dictionary, backs away from pulpit]

Talent-wise, and aside from how it happens, this would be a significant get for Will Muschamp‘s first-year program.

A four-star member of UNC’s 2015 recruiting class, rated as the No. 22 back in the country and the No. 5 player at any position in the state of South Carolina. He chose UNC over offers from, among others, Clemson, Georgia, Michigan, Mississippi State, Notre Dame and Wisconsin.

As a true freshman, Williams appeared in six games. He carried the ball 19 times for 57 yards in limited action.

Question for UGA fans...

14 July 2016 - 03:29 PM

What is the expectation for the first five years of Smart's tenure? Say he gets 8 wins this year, 9 after that, and 8-9 after that...what would be the expectation going into year four and what it take to start warming his seat up? Obviously a division(and obviously a conference) championship would extend his leash, but what if he doesn't get one in his first 3-4 years. What made me think of this is that Richt won 10 games in 4 of the last 5 seasons(only other SEC coach that can say that is Saban) yet he was run out of town. If Smart is going into year 5 without a single 10 win season would his seat be warm? Or will UGA fans be really hesitant to measure him against Richt?

Nick Saban is an angry elf

14 July 2016 - 05:28 AM

I don't know what's funnier....how upset he is or the fact that he's standing up and is the same height as a seated Paul Finebaum.

Mizzou's AD leaves for........baylor??

14 July 2016 - 05:00 AM


Baylor is hiring Missouri's Mack Rhoades to be its next athletics director, a person familiar with the matter told USA TODAY Sports. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because neither school has announced the move yet.

This is a hire that will reverberate through the college sports community, as Rhoades is a little more than a year into the job at Missouri and hired football coach Barry Odom, who is set to speak at SEC Media Days on Wednesday afternoon.

aylor parted ways with athletics director Ian McCaw, along with football coach Art Briles and school president Kenneth Starr, in May following an investigation into the school handled sexual assault complaints.

Rhoades is returning to the state of Texas, where he was previously the athletics director at Houston.

Odom told a small group of reporters he learned about Rhoades' decision in a conversation on Tuesday night but didn't feel it was his place to ask why.

Odom told a small group of reporters he learned about Rhoades' decision in a conversation on Tuesday night but didn't feel it was his place to ask why.
"It was a long night," Odom said. "I wish him the best. The timing, you’re never going to control timing. For me I’ve got an opportunity to lead our program. ...Our athletic department, I'm going to take ownership in that and make Mizzou the best place it can be."

Not trying to rub it in because I like the Mizzou fans around here, but damn what does that say about your school. The guy that's been there for one year trying to deal with the environment of special little snowflakes who demand a safe space looks around and goes "yeah, that school going through NCAA and legal investigations about widespread sexual abuse is looking like a better job right now".