Will Muschamp Had To Be Restrained From The Refs During Florida Game
Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports
That temper of Will Muschamp, I tell ya. On Saturday, the Gamecocks head coach blew a gasket after a South Carolina interception was overturned due to a penalty call and had to e restrained from going after the refs...

They went on to lose to the Gators 38-27.

(The Spun)

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41 Comments
Reminds me of Clemson Bama 2016
Reply8 months
I’m a Clemson fan and I concur. The gamecocks were ref-raped in this game. I’ve never seen a 40 yd holding penalty until this game.
Reply8 months
Not called either.
8 months
The referees in this game should be ashamed. The Gamecocks were screwed over big time.
Reply8 months
It's not fair to the fans to call these guys in stripes referees. The more accurate term for them would be paid protesters or ref imposters.
Reply8 months
The problem is nothing will be done about the terrible officiating, and nobody will be held accountable moving forward. Those refs have no business calling another game again.
Reply8 months
The South Americans have, on occasion, demonstrated a pretty effective solution to bad refereeing...
8 months
They'll be back, refereeing the LSU/Bama game, Shaw has given them instruction ($$)
8 months
Well to be fair it was fricking awful refereeing. Some of the worst i have ever seen
Reply8 months
Muschamp acts like that all the time. Nothing new
Reply8 months
Amazed at how many Idiots don't know the rules. Play was legal.Block initiated within 1 yd of LOS is LEGAL.
Reply8 months
Lol bro. Do you even know where the LOS is? If so, check the yard marker that the block begins and apologize to everyone for your stupidity. But as a boy and not a man, you wont.
8 months
Block within 1 yd of LOS is legal only if the blocker is an ineligible receiver (IE a lineman). WRs cant do that until the ball is caught.
8 months
Well, in this instance he was right.
Reply8 months
Every OC in America should run that play from 7 yards out to the goal line. The refs never call it and it is completely indefensible. I'd call it every time until my team was flagged.
Reply8 months
We need to nationalize ref crews. No more SEC or ACC. Just a team of refs that rotates without conference affiliation.
Reply8 months
NFL refs suck too
8 months
They do what they are told to do it’s really that simple
Reply8 months
No fan of Boom as a HC but would hire him as a DC any day but he is 100% correct. They hosed they on every single call
Reply8 months
Same, if Aranda were to ever leave and Boom got fired, id love to have him back as a Defensive Coordinator.
8 months
There should be an immediate doubling of SEC ref's; so that an every Monday Skype meeting of coaches could fire the truly worthless before the day is done with a simple majority vote. It wouldn't take long before the meeting was 30 minutes of howdy's and see you again next week.
Reply8 months
Anyone who watched that game would be on Muschamp’s side. The officiating was atrocious. It’s even fair to say that officiating gave UF that win. Having watched the entire game, I did not come away with the impression that UF was 11 Points better than USC.
Reply8 months
The level of officiating in college and NFL has declined so egregiously it's literally horrifying. And not all of these 'no calls' are missed, these refs just ignore some calls, for whatever reason. I mean in the NFC champ game last season 2 refs saw perfectly the interference by the Rams DB and one started to pull his flag and the other ref waved him off. You cannot convince me these refs are not putting money on games. The FBI should investigate officiating!!!
Reply8 months
No, the official FBI needs to be investigated.
8 months
The ole pick an roll. A basketball favorite
Reply8 months
I just wanna see Will Muschamp do karaoke to Danzig's Mother.
Reply8 months
He’s right. SEC officiating is god awful..
Reply8 months
Yea did you see the Florida TD were the blocker WR held the SC players uniform for 30 yards! Ridiculous!
Reply8 months
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