Spurrier: "You can win and still be a dummy" ESPN

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  1. Cajun Sensation

    Cajun Sensation I'm kind of a big deal Staff Member

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    Didn't see this posted anywhere.

    Spurrier: You can win and still be a dummy - SEC Blog - ESPN

     
  2. LSU-SIU

    LSU-SIU Founding Member

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    I don't consider him one of the smarter coaches. His offensive schemes are stuck in the 90s when he could out talent the other team in the passing game.

    He has failed to adjust to changes in the SEC.

    Although I think Crowton and Miles are idiots, I for sure don't want to hear it from him... came running back after he had an EPIC fail in the NFL. Oh he forgot about that already.

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  3. LaSalleAve

    LaSalleAve when in doubt, mumble

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    Spurrier is still running up the score.......... damn...
     
  4. QBLuke

    QBLuke Hickey Da God

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    Rather win and be a dummy than lose and be a d*ckhead.

    I like Spurrier, but come on, he has no room to talk about any other coach's abilities post his NFL stint.
     
  5. LSUtiger327

    LSUtiger327 Pow right in da kissa

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    bob stoops as a DC also made him look good in the 90's.

    his time has passed. although he put together a good staff at carolina they can't win the big game.

    (you hear that carolina?? you hear that this weekend you cocks!!?)
     
  6. mctiger

    mctiger RIP, and thanks for the music Staff Member

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    Someone could also mention that Spurrier is 0-2 against Miles, but it won't be me. :lol:
     
  7. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    He's actually adjusted.

    Watch SC play and they are nothing like the gunslinging offenses of the Gators in the 90s. Actually a 180 degree difference from that.

    What I find amazing is he could never recruit the type QB he needed to get back to that type offense. Trust me, if he had the players to do it, SC would be scoring 40+ points per game.

    He found out quickly that offensive blue chippers weren't going to flock to South Carolina.
     
  8. StaceyO

    StaceyO Football Turns Me On

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    I can still see that pained expression on his face as Colt David sprinted past him on that fake FG.
     
  9. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    That was classic.

    he actually had a smile on his face afterwards, appreciating something that he would have done many years before.
     
  10. Calcajun

    Calcajun Freshman

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    You can write for ESPN and still be a Dummy.....

    Chris Low wrote:

    “Those were two of the real good offenses we had down there at Florida,” Saban said. “We looked like we were a lot smarter than he was the first two games. But recently, he was a lot smarter than I was last year. Let’s put it that way. Who knows who’s going to be the smartest this year? Who knows who’s going to be the smartest?

    The quote should have been related to Spurrier...but the ESPN Dummy listed the quote as "SABAN"?

    Apparently, it takes a Dummy to write about another Dummy!
     
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