WM punched a chalk board?

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    Just doesn't make sense to say when Spurrier went crazy on the sidelines it was out of frustration but he was in total control. On the other hand Muschamp's outbursts is just rage. You'd think the two would be the same. He gets very "frustrated" when a bad call or no call happens. He may hit a chalkboard in private meetings with his team. How you can differ between the two using observation as logic is beyond me. I've seen Spurrier in the locker room, control isn't the word I would use but I understand because he's a coach. Football is an emotional game.
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    Spurrier never bloodied himself when he got mad.

    At the end of the GA game i saw players out of control fighting on the field.
    Spurrier, in my opinion, would bench those guys and put whoever is on the bench out there to finish the game.
    Muschamp on theothere hand is also out of control screeming at the refs when the game was over and obviosly whatever he was raging about wouldn't change that.
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    SOS was/is screaming and throwing stuff and now he has this on the sidelines...
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    Exactly. you expect that out of defensive coordinators. They tend to be a little crazy.
    Not of head coaches.

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    We had multiple brawls under Spurrier. We were also always heavily penalized and "undisciplined" under him too. I love Spurrier. I'm just not going to fall in line with the vitriolic antimuschamp rhetoric going on. I swear its like listening to a major news network here. Polarize every action
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    Well obviously nothing I say will change your opinion but its way off. You may our may not like him as a coach but to justify one and crucify the other is baffling.

    Also assuming you've been following Gator football for a while, you will have noticed plenty of fights between the Gators and other teams under Steve's leadership. You're are confusing rage for being emotional. There is no emotion involved with rage. Rage is straight crazy....Muschamp is not.
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    What? They're coaches, PERIOD!
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    Well SOS acts a little crazy on the sideline and you expect a man in control to not have his assistance fighting.
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    You keep moving the bar. I said Muschamp not his asstant coaches.
    You keep talking about assitants and players not Spurrier.

    Look i don't care if people agree with me on these boards.
    I just don't care for muschamp or his stick.
    He is a great DC but i don't like him as the coach of UF.

    I also don't see why people think we owe him something. HE has been paid enough money to never have to work again and has delivered in the bottom 5% of all college football for three years in offense.
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    See that's just it. Your dislike for Muschamp is clouding your judgment.
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    In case people missed it, today there was a good article today about Ed Orgeron in the NYTimes. I particularly found this paragraph interesting from the aspect of wondering where WM is in his maturation.

    As he stood at the end of the Coliseum tunnel late Saturday night, Orgeron said he had learned much from his experience at Ole Miss, where he was fired after going 10-25, with three Southeastern Conference victories.

    “I coached that team as the defensive line coach,” said Orgeron, who had made his mark working with Warren Sapp and Cortez Kennedy at Miami and arrived at U.S.C. for a previous stint the year before Pete Carroll did. “I said when I lost my job, the next time I do it, I’m going to treat these players like they were my sons. The head coach’s words are very powerful. A defensive line coach screams, and it’s O.K. When the head coach screams at you, it just carries too much weight.


    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/18/s...-doesnt-crumble-it-bonds.html?ref=sports&_r=0
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    You're correct that we don't owe Muschamp anything.

    The disagreement is on whether giving him another year is a smart move. Personally, I think he has tremendous upside and has already proven he can beat better teams by out coaching his opponents. This year was going to be a bit down just based on all the turnover from last year's team... that's before we lost 8 starters and 12 from the two deep, for the year. Plus multiple games for three or four more players.

    No doubt he needs to make some changes on offense, but I believe a smart young coach has the ability to do that. And to win a ton of games moving forward as he gets experienced depth on the roster.

    In the worst case (probably), he pulls in another great class and stocks a loaded roster for the next guy.
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    moving the bar how?

    So the real problem is you just want to cry about the offense not his actions?

    Muschamp is owed nothing
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    In his defense that incident was the first even remotely of it's kind going on 9 years as the head coach at USC. It was entirely out of context for Spurrier's staffs at USC and was a shock to all who witnessed it. I doubt very seriously that anyone within the USC fanbase considers that incident as anything more than an out-right anomaly...
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    The chalk-board incident was the most offense CWM has shown in 2013. Too bad he throws a punch better than the ball.
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    looks like a clown when he does this. It is sad and god help his blood pressure.

    I agree, Defensive coordinators can be rah rah and crazy. This is the last thing I want to see out of my head coach.

    Spurrier did yell earlier in his career. Primarily at the Refs. However, it was never, never ever, never ever ever in a complete out of control fashion. Mad, yes. Spazzing out. NO.
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    Well he'd have to be A QB first.
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    Some of you guys seem to have amnesia.
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    Selective amnesia
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    Very true

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