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ITT So Cal fans don't know how to handle trash talking
Spurrier is just ruffling feathers. No need to get panties in a wad. This is the SEC, its par for the course.
LOL...just Who the Hell are the posters on the BB?
None of your opinions matter a lick, or have relevance at all to the NFL personnel that chose to visit a university to evaluate the talent. Neither does my opinion or the other Trojans on this thread.
FACT: ESPN chose to televise USC's Pro Day, representatives of 31 NFL teams chose to show up at USC - along with the maximum number of media members the university allowed. Spurrier whines like a little b, as usual.
UCLA is 11 miles away, they have never been able to pull the media - in L.A., or the NFL coaches and scouts USC has, ever.
"Here are provided seats of meditative joy, where shall rise again the destined reign of Troy." Virgil
You do realize how stupid this is right? It is PRO DAY, every team with any talent has 31 reps from the NFL. Also, why not 32? Weak showing, IMO.
If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.
Ruffling feathers? Where did the NFL and media show up?
We're pretty much laughing at the buffoon.
Exactly. Kiffin wishes he was Spurrier
I never asked that question
I asked if you were ESPN where would you have gone?
This whole debate about ratings iis dumb anyway
There were never going to be mire than ten or fifteen thousand people watching no matter which team was doing it
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Like I said, the joke is on you guys for getting pissed off about it. Every one else knows this is just what Spurrier does, the man invented trolling.
South Carolina College *crickets*
USC was unranked...that is the point...and no, 31 or 32 representatives of NFL franchises do not show up to every program that has talent.
You obviously don't read what happens at other universities Pro Days - the number of NFL teams represented is always published...if significant
Who did Southern Cal beat last year?? Lol
You play on Fox....enough said
Spurrier accomplished more at Duke than Kiffin has in his entire career as a HC. Facts.
And when Kiffin can win as many games as Spurrier has then you can talk
You call him a man????? He's an embarrassment to manhood, much less a college football coach????
His mama should have slapped the woman out of her little boy the moment he opened that ugly mouth of his.
SCar = 32 NFL teams represented
USCw = 31 NFL teams represented
Who cares. Basically your an for feeling the need to write that every time.
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Four years of disappointing seasons (minus 2011)>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>than your entire freakin history.
Instead of worrying about Spurrier, you might wanna worry about Kiffin winning enough games this season to keep his job
We all know our history.
Now, who did your powerhouse program beat last year?
Not televised, and tiny SC #7, real USC unranked. He's just pissed that in his shinning moment of glory, the national cameras chose to televise USC's Pro Day.
Even when you win, old hag...you lose - you whine.
USC's #7's > South Carolina College's #7 Ranking
USC >>>>>> South Carolina College
While the hype centered around the "skill position" players Wednesday, the big winner may have been safety, T.J. McDonald, who drew praise from Kansas City Chiefs' scout and defensive backs' coach Drae Harris, who, along with Pittsburgh Steelers' defensive backs coach Carnell Lake, put USC's cornerbacks and safety through extended drills.
"[McDonald] is an explosive athlete who is quickly able to take what we were asking him to do and apply it to the field. He's so explosive out of his cuts and covers such ground."
McDonald, who measured in at 6-3, 213 pounds, led each of the defensive back drills. He caught every pass thrown to him, consistently using his height to his advantage by extending far beyond his frame to secure the ball.
Either this website doesn't exist or is not currently available.
Who did your powerhouse program beat last year with all of those 5*
No one, capt obvious.....grossly under performed. It happens, even to the blue bloods, history shows that.
Must mean, even under performing, losing games we should not have lost...USC is still a draw to the NFL.
Even Mediocre USC >>>> South Carolina College who beat a powerhouse program!
That is exactly what he said. He is mad that they chose to go to an overhyped, unranked team instead of his team. Can you blame him?
You lost to Georgia Tech
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