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Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by LTG61, Nov 17, 2013.
Yeah he picked on his visor on the sidelines lol
so chalkboard is off limits but throwing your visor 50 times a games and publicly deriding your qbs is ok. got it
Passionate coach. Not a big deal. I had a High School coach that did the same thing to a chalkboard. And he was a Minister.
I’m not sure the video calls for the “Goes Crazy”. Looks like he’s just fired up and wants them to do what they are suppose to. Nothing any football player hasn’t heard before in a locker room, when we don’t do what we are asked.
NO!! Cleary he was possessed. He was frothing at the mouth. He was speaking some sort of demon gibberish and his head rotated 360 degrees right after the video cut away. totally out of control
I don't know which actions you are referencing.
Well first, there's no need to engage in hyperbole. I'm not a fan of SoS throwing his visor, or picking on his QBs, but i do believe he's less critical of his players in public these days. Spurrier did not hit something with his fist, so I think there is a certain line crossed here.
On Muschamp, I believe this is an indication of being overly emotional. It makes me wonder if he's emotionally mature enough to be a strong leader. There is something to be said for composure, esp. under fire, which is an attribute our players must exhibit to be successful.
These days they are more commonly referred to as "grease boards", and use erasable markers instead of chalk. They are still very common items in all football programs...coaches need an ability to express themselves in writing immediately for their teams to view...
This is not the video from the incident that took place at USCe is it?
Maybe someone told Muschamp that the chalkboard belonged to a fraternity.
The guy is obviously upset about our season. Apparently, even more upset than most of us. I think that's a good thing. Guy doesn't lack passion for winning. The vibe I get is that he's either going to get it done or die trying. I think that's why so many fans still are pulling for the him despite the Zook-like stats.
No that was Texas
Why pick this game to punch white boards... This was his best game since KY.
Probably not ironic; probably more like the comment triggered the question--as in:
"...wait....didn't you just smash a chalk board? And your telling some fans to 'get a grip'?"
(Shall we file this under 'do as I say, not as I do?) :wink:
Trashing our players and punching a chalkboard are two different things.
SOS anger was due to frustration and he was always in control
Muschamp's is just flat out rage. HE has not control over his temper or his hurting himself.
He is a great defensive cordinator trying to act like a head coach. I personally don't think it is working.
How exactly did you come up with that conclusion? One is frustration and one is rage?
I am assuming any of your opinions about the matter are doing the same.