Originally Posted by Bubwheat
A. Help me here, what did/does Paterno's lack of character and morals have to do with Muschamp being a douchebag?
B. And, look, Paterno's character was in question by quite a few people, when he failed to retire when it was pretty evident, he had been over the hill for the last 15 or 20 years.
C. If there aren't any coaches in college football with morals and character, maybe we ought to just scrap the whole college sports thing and get schools back into the whole teaching thing.
You're a troll in the worst way possible. I don't just mean in an internet sense either. I literally picture you living under a bridge. With a laptop. Writing things on advrider just to annoy people.
A. Muschamp isn't a douchebag, and if Linzi wants him gone to get Spurrier back, then she obviously doesn't remember the era well. Spurrier was easily one of the most hated men in college sports. He went into Athens one year and put 50 points on the board just because he could. He also did exactly what Muschamp did when he left Gainesville for a better job. What does Paterno have to do with Muschamp? The point is that even the most sainted personas in college sports had serious flaws. So far, every "good guy" in college football has eventually been exposed as a sociopath. If we're going to be in business with the devil, one might as well hope we end up winning a few damn games.
B. You're equating refusing to retire to harboring a child molester? Want to go down that road pal?
C. Ironic how when your school starts to lose, academia should scrap athletics.