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Actually he has 34 from Florida on his team..... And he DID NOT WANT TO LEAVE USC..... The rest of what you said I agree with...
I bet Dook fans wouldn't condescend to voice their superb opinions on something so lowly as a message board.
Do you have any idea if dookies constantly speculate on public message boards who will succeed their head basketball coach who is a year younger than Steve Spurrier?
Do you think dildo uses threads like this in recruiting, or do you think he says "that Spurrier is such a great guy, I'm not gonna bring up USC fans speculating on someone else being their coach. it just wouldn't be the Christian thing to do?"
Looking forward to your thoughts.
This post was edited by 81 Alumnus 15 months ago
Excellent point sir, +1. Charlie did not want to leave USC !
This post was edited by Knot Hole Cock 15 months ago
I don't know whether the members of Duke's board speculate about Coach K's successor. I'm not sure it makes a difference whether they do or not. Paying members of this board want to discuss Coach Spurrier's successor and it's their right to do so. It's your right to fuss about it.
I don't know whether Dabo Swinney prints threads off TBS to show prospects and I don't care. It's not a state secret that Spurrier is almost 68.
Spurrier...I appreciate him plenty
Yes, I'm certain that when Coach Spurrier said he'd be here 4 or 5 more years that he sincerely felt that he'd be here another 4 or 5 years. He also said shortly after he arrived at USC that he couldn't see himself coaching when he was 70.
I hope y'all do realize that you get nowhere arguing with Al. He's probably sitting behind his computer giggling as we speak.
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