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Rumors down here (Florida)
a lot of the kids are at a loss at what to say or do, since they can't talk to coaches because of the dead period...rumor has it this was totally unexpected and was made over the past two days over Christmas.

JMO, its really bad timing from a recruiting stand point. I believe a lot of recruits will look around. I think elam goes to FSU and I think Robert Clark ends up a Vol.

Also the rumor is Myer had a minor Heart attack or episode during the season and kept it under wraps"


[Edited on December 26, 2009 at 8:35 PM. Reason : d]

12/26/2009 8:34:53 PM

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dick sheridan part deux

12/26/2009 8:47:00 PM

goalielax
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yea and on the 3rd day he arose from retirement and ascended into the NFL and sitteth on the right hand of tebow

12/26/2009 9:02:18 PM

beergolftile
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maybe they are homos and they don't want to separate next year

12/26/2009 9:09:24 PM

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I could believe heart problems being a reason. My brother also told me that their was a rumor that he had a cyst on his brain.

12/26/2009 9:17:52 PM

Jaybee1200
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thats not a rumor, been known for a while

12/26/2009 9:23:31 PM

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"GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Urban Meyer resigned Saturday as Florida's football coach after five seasons and two national titles because of health concerns that came to light when he suffered chest pains following the SEC championship game earlier this month."



thats what happens when you havent lost in a while

12/26/2009 9:35:30 PM

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"dick sheridan part deux"


This is what I thought initially.

12/26/2009 9:35:47 PM

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ok, so I am n00bing on myself here, but why are yall talking about Dick Sheridan?

12/26/2009 10:08:53 PM

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He retired for 'health reasons' after several 9-3 seasons and whipping UNC 6 years in a row (I think) 6 out of 7 years. I never heard why he retired. But he's still alive and doing well, never to coach again.

[Edited on December 26, 2009 at 10:18 PM. Reason : d]

[Edited on December 26, 2009 at 10:22 PM. Reason : stats]

12/26/2009 10:15:53 PM

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this seems an awful lot like Larry Brown having "health problems" when he was with the Knicks. My bet, he takes a year off then Notre Dame throws the fucking FARM his way and he takes that job.

12/26/2009 10:23:18 PM

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ND won't be able to afford 2 buyouts and a massive salary

12/26/2009 10:25:32 PM

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^^^ scurvy

12/26/2009 10:27:38 PM

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I bet Brian Kelly is kicking himself for not waiting a few weeks to take the ND job.

12/26/2009 11:05:58 PM

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"ND won't be able to afford 2 buyouts and a massive salary"


sure they can, they have billions of dollars in their endowments. now whether they would or not is a different issue altogether, but they can certainly afford it

12/26/2009 11:19:53 PM

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"JUST IN TIME FOR BOBBY BOWDEN TO STEP IN"


Hahaha, it would be great to see him there for 1 season, especially when they head to Tallahassee.

12/26/2009 11:52:07 PM

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I'M AVAILABLE!

[Edited on December 27, 2009 at 12:19 AM. Reason : .]

12/27/2009 12:18:15 AM

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I honestly wonder who they will go after/get. IMO, as of RIGHT NOW, this is a much better and more prestigious job than ND. The only big up and coming coach, Kelly, is already spoken for. I don't see any of the big names leaving where they are. Boise St coach is the only one that really comes to mind. TCU coach maybe?

12/27/2009 12:38:43 AM

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he'll be back

coaching is like t-dub, you cant ever completely give it up

12/27/2009 12:39:34 AM

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"more prestigious job than ND. "




[Edited on December 27, 2009 at 2:21 AM. Reason : OOPS LOL]

12/27/2009 2:21:34 AM

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they'll get spurrier back. and shit will hit the fan in SC

12/27/2009 2:28:33 AM

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^^funny cause it's true

12/27/2009 2:30:25 AM

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"I honestly wonder who they will go after/get. IMO, as of RIGHT NOW, this is a much better and more prestigious job than ND. The only big up and coming coach, Kelly, is already spoken for. I don't see any of the big names leaving where they are. Boise St coach is the only one that really comes to mind. TCU coach maybe?"


TCU already locked up their coach. UF has the money to buy it out, but they could get another decent coach cheaper. Plus TCU would probably ask for them to schedule a home-and-home which a lot of SEC teams don't like to do with non-BCS schools.

Boise State's Chris Petersen would probably run train in the SEC at UF provided he hires assistants that know the South and Florida. I've heard a rumor that UF has already been in contact with Utah's Kyle Whittingham who is a former assistant of Meyer's. It seems that he'd have an inside track with Urban probably advising the UF AD to check him out and at least interview him.

[Edited on December 27, 2009 at 2:46 AM. Reason : ]

12/27/2009 2:45:00 AM

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whi-cha! down with the sickness!!!!
whi-cha! down with the sickness!!!!whi-cha! down with the sickness!!!!

durnk
!!1

12/27/2009 4:44:28 AM

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lol

12/27/2009 4:55:02 AM

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ok dammit, its the same fucking night, can already tell I was drunk earlier igore theat

12/27/2009 4:59:35 AM

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JIMMY

JOHNSON

SON

12/27/2009 11:48:13 AM

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Whats funny is you left out the part where I said RIGHT NOW.

You can not honestly sit here and tell me that ND is currently more prestigious than UF.

I wonder how many more years of sucking total ass ND has to go through before people realize its not what it used to be. You can only live off the past for so long.

12/27/2009 1:28:19 PM

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ND is more prestigious b/c even when they suck, ppl still follow them. When Florida sucks, no one gives a shit.

12/27/2009 1:31:11 PM

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"I wonder how many more years of sucking total ass ND has to go through before people realize its not what it used to be. "


The answer is A LOT more years. I mean just think about it. There are a ton of catholics in the US and ND is like their football mecca. There are also a lot of football loving rednecks, but there are plenty of redneck schools for them to cheer for besides FU. Hell, some of them even root for teh shitty football schools like UNC

12/27/2009 1:39:38 PM

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^^hard to say when UF hasn't had a losing season in 30 years

[Edited on December 27, 2009 at 1:44 PM. Reason : ^s]

12/27/2009 1:43:58 PM

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"ND is more prestigious b/c even when they suck, ppl still follow them. When Florida sucks, no one gives a shit."


Most people only "follow" them because they hate them and like to see them keep failing. Also, some of the so called "following" is NBC forcing them upon us.

And when is the last time Florida actually sucked.

12/27/2009 1:45:34 PM

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They fell off the radar with Ron Zook. And they were still pretty decent. And if you care enough to hate them, you still care.

12/27/2009 1:53:05 PM

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I hate them because their fans think they are entitled to greatness because of the past. They also don't realize that they are a hasbeen program that hasn't been relevant for decades. Just because I like to see them suffer, along with most sports fans, doesn't make them an elite program.

12/27/2009 1:55:57 PM

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Hahhaha..

Urban is back! Not stepping down but just taking leave of absence...

12/27/2009 2:18:23 PM

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so it's a leave of absence now and not resignation.

IT BEGINS

12/27/2009 2:18:48 PM

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what is it with these Florida faggot coaches?

12/27/2009 2:19:04 PM

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12/27/2009 2:21:21 PM

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It really bothers me when someone changes what they're doing in life because of "faith." Like, great...you're going to abandon something you enjoy doing because you're not focusing enough on a myth. Now, if it was for health reasons, that's legitimate.

12/27/2009 2:22:50 PM

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^I couldn't agree more.

12/27/2009 2:27:05 PM

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^^I thought the same thing

12/27/2009 2:52:10 PM

Talage
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^^^ Did Urban Meyer actually say something about faith or are you just trying to troll people that aren't soulless bastards?

12/27/2009 2:55:25 PM

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""I have ignored my health for years, but recent developments have forced me to reevaluate my priorities of faith and family.""


probably mostly health, but he's a devout catholic so i guess he felt comfortable throwing that in there

12/27/2009 3:08:18 PM

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i dont know why its so funny or hard to believe that a coach should retire when he is feeling that his heart s fuckin up

there have been a few coaches that keeled over due to heart problems, is it not manly or being a quitter when a dude is aware of his health?

i saw the headline and my first thought was "good for him catchin that shit early and not tryna 'tuf' it out"

its nothin to play with, its really not and i dont see what the ridicule is about

fuck football, fuck recruits, if i felt my fuckin heart doin weird shit id stop fighting immediately (well id seek the advice of a cardiologist first) but id do what i gotta do

i just noticed it was leave of absence, still hopefully his heart problems aint that bad...im just naive and take these guys at their word

[Edited on December 27, 2009 at 3:25 PM. Reason : e]

12/27/2009 3:21:59 PM

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Or he was gang banging porn stars with Tiger Woods and he wanted to leave on his own terms before it became public.

12/27/2009 4:36:33 PM

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what is it with UF coaches making an announcement to leave, then backing off of it the next day or 2? first Donovan says he's gonna head up the Magic, now this shit!?

12/27/2009 4:53:01 PM

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now hes coming back, unbelievable...

at least he worked up an excuse for what im guessing will be a shit season next year

12/27/2009 9:40:55 PM

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why will it be complete shit?

other than tebow and nelson leaving, they are pretty much returning nearly everyone on both sides of the ball. if they can get even decent QB play, they will still contend for SEC

12/27/2009 9:43:28 PM

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^ you are leaving out a lot...

Spikes, Dunlop, and James for example

I dont think they will be shit as they are located in Florida so they will always have great talent

12/27/2009 9:45:27 PM

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well im guessing that because meyer worked all this up. he knows what team he'll have next year better than anyone, and it FEELS like he has no confidence in it at all based on his reputation and how this is unfolding

12/27/2009 9:46:44 PM

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