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Muschamp has been fired!!!!


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 2:43 AM
 

Bobo will coach team thru this season! At least a rough week ends with more turmoil for coots!!! Not sure I wanted him fired but I love their pain!!! Go Coots!


Re: Muschamp has been fired!!!!


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 2:46 AM
 

28-29 record in 4.5yrs isn't great, but a 48-3 loss 7 times straight to A&M is too much. Tanner trying to save his job now!


Re: Muschamp has been fired!!!!

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 2:50 AM
 

Walter Friedman announced 30min ago on Twitter. Bobo could be considered for HC job based on results or with contingencies moving forward. Jamey Chantwell will be highly considered.


Link?***


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 2:50 AM
 



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Linky below

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 2:52 AM
 




That’s not 30 mins ago. That’s click bait from Sunday.***

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 2:58 AM
 



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Re: That’s not 30 mins ago. That’s click bait from Sunday.***

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 3:24 AM
 

It was posted on the Dirt ###### forum and no one assaulted the poster so I assumed some validity. I guess we'll see?

Like I said, I probably rather he stays since he been terrific for my loved Tigers!!


Re: That’s not 30 mins ago. That’s click bait from Sunday.***


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 3:25 AM
 

It was posted on the Dirt ###### forum and no one assaulted the poster so I assumed some validity. I guess we'll see?

Like I said, I probably rather he stays since he been terrific for my loved Tigers!!


they can not afford to fire him

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 3:28 AM
 

someone has to be financially responsible

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From P & C...Maybe Old News

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 3:17 AM
 

COLUMBIA — Will Muschamp had a typical Sunday. He went over the film from the last game, met with his staff, oversaw South Carolina’s usual Sunday-evening practice and conducted his weekly media teleconference.

That’s what happened. The rumors, innuendo and every USC fan from Socastee to Honea Path chattering that they knew a guy who heard a whisper from a friend who knows an administrator that was already signing Muschamp’s termination papers?

Over a full day later, they still haven’t quieted despite business being conducted as usual at the football ops building and none of the rampant speculation coming even close to true. Much of it is simply wishful hoping, as the more vocal fans on Twitter and message boards want Muschamp gone after the Gamecocks were thrashed, 48-3, by Texas A&M Saturday, their worst home loss in 17 seasons and the second of two straight blowout defeats.

7 takeaways from Gamecocks' worst home football loss in 17 years
SOUTH CAROLINA
7 takeaways from Gamecocks’ worst home football loss in 17 years
By David Cloninger dcloninger@postandcourier.com
“Disappointed with how we played and performed and how we coached,” Muschamp said after the A&M loss. “We plan on continuing to have success here.”

Times aren’t great at USC right now, and folks are wondering what will happen. For now, the answer is nothing.

There will be no moves made until the end of the season, if there are moves to make.

USC has no immediate plans to fire Muschamp and the coach will be assessed at the end of the season, said a university source with knowledge of the situation. The source asked not to be identified so they could speak candidly.

That doesn’t mean Muschamp is in the clear. Thought to be assured of coaching the 2021 season due to a hefty buyout, an estimated $57 million pandemic-related crunch to the athletics department’s finances and the need to give Muschamp’s first-year offensive coordinator Mike Bobo a chance to settle in, that’s now in doubt.

Unless the program shows improvement over the next four games, the source said, USC could hire a new coach, aiming to restore excitement and enthusiasm in what’s expected to be a normal season in 2021.

“Improvement” is a broad term but it has to include wins. The Gamecocks have four games to play, two on the road, and none look unwinnable although they will almost certainly be an underdog for a Nov. 28 home game against No. 12 Georgia.

Gamecocks' kickoff time with Missouri set
SOUTH CAROLINA
Gamecocks’ kickoff time with Missouri set
By David Cloninger dcloninger@postandcourier.com
There was a time where even a close loss could look somewhat soothing.

Not now. USC has looked completely unprepared the last two games, so even winning may not be enough this season. Attention will be paid to how the Gamecocks look during the games.

“These blowouts are disappointing. But can you judge his tenure on these last few games in a COVID situation when you got one of the toughest schedules in the country?” asked booster and Mount Pleasant resident Joe Rice, whose name adorns USC’s athletics center. “I’m certainly not ready to give up on coach Muschamp. I think he deserves the benefit of the rest of the season.

“But we have to make improvement.”

More unfounded speculation had other USC boosters blowing up athletics director Ray Tanner’s phone and email, threatening to yank their contributions if no changes were made. One booster, a self-described holder of multiple Silver Spur memberships (one Silver Spur membership costs $3,500 per year) and at one time a buyer of 12 season tickets, said they haven’t contacted Tanner but won’t be attending games anytime soon.

“It’s so hard to explain, because I love the Gamecocks so much, but to see that product on the field now is embarrassing,” said the donor, who wished to remain anonymous. “I honestly don’t think I’ll ever go back as long as Ray is the AD and Will is the coach.”

The booster said the only way the message would get across is for longtime donors to stop giving and/or stop attending, something the administration always has to watch. Tanner has been on record in the past saying fan apathy is his chief concern.

Many feel apathy has settled in, the donor said.

“I hate it in this pandemic. I know how devastated all these programs have been,” the donor said. “I got a full refund on my season tickets and I don’t regret it. It’s time. I know a lot of USC donors and I’m not the only one feeling this way.”

Rice has had no conversations with other boosters or administrators, except friends who shared in the letdown of another loss.

“I’m sure walking out of the stadium Saturday night you might have heard that. Frankly, I heard more people excited about Notre Dame beating Clemson than talking about Muschamp’s job,” Rice said. “There’s nothing cheap about a change. Got to have some consideration about that.”

The buyout, listed on Muschamp’s last contract amendment as $13.2 million if he is fired on Dec. 31, could perhaps be negotiated down if it was taken as one lump sum, instead of spread out over several dozen monthly installments. There’s also less to be paid if Muschamp were to be hired at another school.

But all of that, plus the buyouts of the remaining staff and the cost of hiring a new coach and his staff, are as far off the range as the breathless floatings of potential coaching candidates. Muschamp is the Gamecocks’ coach and he will get the chance to douse the current fire.

Follow David Cloninger on Twitter @DCPandC.

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From Rock Hill, S.C., David Cloninger covers Gamecock sports. He will not rest until he owns every great film and song ever recorded.



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Worst home loss in 17 years (does 63-17 ring a bell)

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 3:24 AM
 

they forgot to mention that little fact

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Re: Worst home loss in 17 years (does 63-17 ring a bell)

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 5:45 AM
 

To bad we didn’t get a chance to entertain the coots so we could get our depth chart some experience.

Imagine that kick’in ?? chicken!

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Re: From P & C...Maybe Old News


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 6:37 AM
 

Please don’t disparage Honea Path by associating that fine small town and home of my ancestors with uofsc. My favorite Tiger fan (my Dad) was from there via Seneca.
Go Stingers! And Tigers of course!


Re: From P & C...Maybe Old News


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 7:45 AM
 

I judge Mustcoot by what he did at a big time FB school in one of the richest recruiting grounds in the country. He was fired bc he couldn't win at Florida, so how could anyone with just a half a brain have hired him at Coot U, nobody unless they didn't have a choice, and that's exactly why Mustcoot was hired at Coot U, they couldn't find anyone else to go there!!!

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At the time, uof6c and CussChamp were both desperate...


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 12:32 PM
 

Every decent coach on uof6c's wish list (at least seven or eight of them) either turned them down or withdrew their names from consideration.

CussChamp, who was the DC at Auburn, knew that Malzahn was about to fire him. I guess he figured even Chicken Central was better than unemployment so he literally begged Tanner to hire him.

Fortunately for NoChamp, Tanner was also out of other better options.

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Libs favorite Jamie Harrison tweeted


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 3:34 AM
 

That is was time and given that Champ needs to be fired. Jamie said he would help with fundraiser for buyout. I don't have Twitter acct but this was posted on coot site. That said, Harrison proved he was a major mayor Fundraiser, he could easily make a good portion of the $13mil buyout. Seems to have traction.


So Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer are going to order


Posted: Nov 11, 2020, 8:43 AM
 

money be sent to Harrison's 'fundraiser' because they want Muschamp fired? Because that's how he 'raised' all that money.

Harrison was a puppet, and now he's trying to play politics with the coot fans for future considerations. Trying to stay in the public eye, that's all.


Re: Muschamp has been fired!!!!

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 4:06 AM
 

So if he was fired ,how come it's not been reported on the eSECpn website?


Re: Muschamp has been fired!!!!


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 4:14 AM
 

Just regurgitation of the coots underground site. I think keeping Chump is better for Clemson but seems to have traction with Jamie Harrison and other posts.


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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 7:36 AM
 

If the state fish wrap isn't reporting it, it ain't so!!!

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Re: Muschamp has been fired!!!!


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 7:44 AM
 

You use it to wrap fish.I thought it was only good for liner for the cat litter box.


Re: Muschamp has been fired!!!!


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 6:06 PM
 

The fish market uses it all the time for wrapping uncleaned fish!!!

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Why would any Clemson fan be happy about that?***

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 8:22 AM
 




I firmly believe...

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 8:51 AM
 

they should offer him a lifetime contract.

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 8:32 AM
 

Sorry ... don't believe it until I read/hear it from a more reliable source

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Wishful thinking by the fighting Phallus faithful !!!!!


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 8:50 AM
 

uof6c doesn't have the financial capability to fire NoChamp and that issue has only been exacerbated by the COVID pandemic.

If the Capons had the money, they would have s**t canned him after last season.

Unless and until some donor or group of donors steps-up and covers the cost of the buyout, it ain't happening.

Jaime Harrison would apparently like to help-out but he pi$$ed-away all of his money trying to buy an election.




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Bewm!***


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 9:09 AM
 



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You got me


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 9:58 AM
 

Hope that made your day

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Re: Muschamp has been fired!!!!


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 3:29 PM
 

Like a reverse of Trump being fired...Smells like BS to me...

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Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 3:35 PM
 



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Darn it!***


Posted: Nov 10, 2020, 6:10 PM
 




Re: Muschamp has been fired!!!!


Posted: Nov 11, 2020, 11:18 AM
 

For people that hate USCe, this is not a good thing. Muschamp was the perfect coach there for perpetual mediocrity or worse.


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