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Former Florida head coach Dan Mullen is returning to college football...to be a studio analyst for ESPN...
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cousin Eddie!
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Remember kids, Merlins never got outcoached. There are plenty of times he was let down by his players underperforming to his standard... #GoDawgs
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He’s actually pretty good on tv.
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Guy knows a lot of football, just not recruiting. This is a great pickup and it's nice to listen to him talk Xs and Os.
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Damm espn is scraping the bottom of the barrel...
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ESPN is the bottom of the barrel.
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Maybe he can give a weekly update on his Shoe collection.!
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I thought he was going to play Warren in Something About Mary 2
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About time ESPN had a scientologist perspective on football. /s
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Will he provide his expertise on recruiting?
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Said it 5 years ago. He never should’ve left State. He had a lifetime job there if he wanted it.
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I wonder how many coaches will not want to deal with the new NIL situation. Players needing to get playing/tv attention time to meet their individual NIL deals, is going to be a mess to deal with from the coaches that are set in their pre-NIL ways. I'm wondering if that is in part why Gary Patterson stuck to being a "special assistant to the HC" at UTX. Plenty of money, and just has to give advise. I have a feeling a part of the reason he left TCU was due to what he was seeing NIL wise.
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When I saw Mullen laughing it up following his loss in the Egg Bowl I knew he was weak. Some folks got it in ‘em and some simply don’t.
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When I saw him dancing in the locker room after they had to come from behind to beat lowly Samford I knew something wasn't quite right with him.
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Are they going to force him to say SJW stuff, and slide in little grooming comments?
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You need professional help
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You do understand this is a Disney company, and is their modus operandi?
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You gonna spend all day thinking about it?
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The guy was a king at MSU, should have never left.
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I thought he would win big at UF. I think most people did.
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He taking the Urban Meyer Career Track?
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Hide ya wives!
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I hope that he will wear the Darth Vader costume.
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I love how ESPN continues to hire former head coaches that were failures.
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So you think they'll pull in Saban next year?
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I mean it makes sense to hire former coaches as analysts right? Although Mullen hasn’t exhibited any personality in public.
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Odd choice by Espin. Mullen isn't exactly Mr. Personality!
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He actually did quite well on the ESPN coaches feed for the NC a few years ago. I'll be interested which analyst chair they put him in.
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Mullen is actually a funny guy and an interesting interview tbh. Occasionally he is still heated over a game. Without the coaching/game aspect, he will kill it in an entertainment/analyst role.
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It's like he was at Florida for a cup of coffee. Florida needs to realize it's no longer a football school, never was really.
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:lol:
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"Florida needs to realize it's no longer a football school, never was really." .... come on now, Florida was dominant in the 1990s under Spurrier, and then again in the 2000s under Urban Meyer. They won 3 NCs in 12 years. They've struggled lately (particular at QB) but to say they've never been a football school is just absurd.
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