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Bruce Feldman (@BFeldmanCBS):
2/13/12 5:59 PM
RT @RobbieAndreu: Sources confirm that Muschamp fired Frank Verducci after he interviewed with the KC Chiefs for OL job.
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That's cold blooded. If he interviewed for a similar job with another college team that's one thing, but fired after an interview in the league? Damn.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
Never know, could have lied about the interview or tried to hide it.
Muschamp hired Tim Davis
They might have agreements on how to handle the issue and he tried to go around Muss.
That is absolutely ridiculous.'Nuff said.
Well did the Chiefs even hire him? Muschamp may have just been trying to send a message.
over his head man...and too hot headed...
it will all come down man. He's not a head coach. Lots of us have said it, and it is simply the truth.
1960 Les Paul
Not just us either, most of the long term posters from the gator's boards have said the same thing over the past year.
I dunno... if the guy went and interviewed w/out notifying Muss when that is what he was supposed to do... O'well. I'm sure he's just trying to keep his program in control through tons of turnover and turmoil. I don't have a problem w/ it.
If any of ya'll have contracts for your employment you might want to see if there is a clause about this in your contract. My brother-in-law works for an accounting firm that audits various government entities and they are doing away with their office in Biloxi and sending everyone to Houston. Currently, they are down to 8 staffers in the Biloxi office and his boss didn't want to go to Houston (I don't blame him) so he interviewed with another company. My brother-in-law's employer found out the he interviewed with another company and they canned him (the former boss).
I agree. There are two sides to every story. Right now we know 1 side. Not saying CWM was right or wrong because I don't know but he had a reason that he felt firing him was best for the team.
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