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Per, @JoshatTheState :
Steve Spurrier: Recruiting classes "don’t always pan out. Of course, they always seem to pan out at Alabama."
Where has SCjr been this year?
gotta love Spurrier. he has a crazy amount of respect for our program. CFB won't be the same when he is gone.
Spurrier always seems to have bama on his mind.. needs to worry about what hes got going on
And that's because our coaches know how to get the best out of his players...
"You don't always get what you want, but you always get what you deserve"
I think he is saying that Bama and Saban and staff are machines.
I took it as a compliment to our staff's ability to evaluate talent.
Poor bastards getting off the bus in Tuscaloosa will probably feel like those dumped on Omaha Beach - Unknown Vol's fan
I think SOS is smart enough to know what the gap is right now between Bama and everyone and for someone as competitive as he is it can't be easy to accept.
penis envy. can i say that?
This post was edited by youngamerican 14 months ago
SOS is GREEN with envy that he is not where CNS is right now. Green, people. He is always running the "what might have been..." video in his mind. Oh well....
Gotta "coach 'em up", Coach!
lol, he's a trip.
“Although our intellect always longs for clarity and certainty, our nature often finds uncertainty fascinating.” Karl von Clausewitz
Its because he turned the down the job like an idiot...I know he's sick
Thomas Goldkamp 11834 posts
Steve Spurrier asked about recruiting rankings and dropped this golden bomb on your favorite coach Urban Meyer.
Florida signed the No. 1 class in 2008, then "two years later, that No. 1 class drove Urban Meyer to retirement.”
Per Josh Kendall of The State.
That's pretty funny; though he coulda said Saban drove him to retirement
he knows Saban is the best in the business.
Yep, it's called player development Steve.
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