South Carolina AD Issues Statement On Will Muschamp's Future
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South Carolina is 4-6 on the season thus far, which makes head coach Will Muschamp's seat quite warm. However, on Friday Gamecocks athletic director Ray Tanner issued a statement on his future...


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Hey we can make millions losing these football games guys!
Reply17 months
We aim to help y’all fire him and fire up your Christmas festivities early this year.
Reply17 months
Translation: "we have no higher aspirations than to be competitive and have thus lowered our expectations. We are a women's basketball school now!"
Reply17 months
I just want to see Muschamp do karaoke to Danzig's Mother
Reply17 months
Hell no Mushy is doing just fine, give him an extention I say!!!
Reply17 months
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Tanner about to be shown the door before Muschamp
Reply17 months
Kiss of death. He gone.
Reply17 months
The same idiot AD who gave Will Muschamp a $22 million buyout.
Reply17 months
He gone
Reply17 months
I’d be cool with him knocking off ATM to save his job
Reply17 months
Cool, I'm good either way I think his better preparations are as an assistant than head coach but either way I like the LSU tigers chances of beating his teams
Reply17 months
He gone... Welcome to LSU Shadow Staff
Reply17 months
I hope Will Muschamp remains at USC forever, just as I hope all mediocre coaches remain at their respective schools forever. Cause it is good for LSU.
Reply17 months
Except for Tennessee.... I would like to see them with a good coach
17 months
It's not like SC is a hotbed location to draw in coaches...
Reply17 months
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Yeah our last two hires before Muschamp were nobodies
17 months
You are bragging about hiring an 80 year old Lou holtz?
17 months
80 year old holtz made the program competitive
17 months
Kiss of death
Reply17 months
SEC East will remain a two team division for some time to come.
Reply17 months
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