The unraveling is in full effect. It's so hilarious when I think of all that trash they talked in their "5 year run." They were so arrogant. They lived on top of that mountain looking around as if they were there for good and nobody could knock them off. They acted like they had arrived for good and Clemson was a nobody school that they were gonna beat from here on out. Ohhhh how things have changed. My my how the chickens have fallen. It puts a smile on my face to see them suc. And it only appears that it will get worse and there is no answer or fix in sight. I love it.
I hate them too and believe they deserve all they get, which I hope is at least seven more losses this year. Plus, I'd love for the old ball sac to hang around for another couple of years and really destroy their football program for the foreseeable future. I laugh when I recall my niece's coot husband boast, when they got a commitment from a quarterback from NC a couple of years ago, that they were finally competing with Alabama for recruits. How he pretends football doesn't even exist. Best part of their implosion --- none of my coot relatives want to high-five me anymore. LMAO!
As I heard over an over when I lived 4 years in that hind-teat suckin' hole Coottown, "Well, there go them Shamecocks again."
> "I'll be a gamecock. I'll watch some other sport we are good in. I am not going to support > mediocrity. I will not waste a moment of my time wondering if this is as good as it gets." When them Questrians supposed to start ridin' them horsies, anyway? And ain't Wimmins Basketball right around the corner?
With all his success, his highest salary was $25,000 a year. The president of the university, Dr. R. F. Poole, feared that professors who earned less would be upset. "He called me up and said that he didn't want me to tell anybody what I made," Howard once said. "I said: 'Doc, you don't have to worry. I'm as ashamed as you are of what you pay me.' " - Frank Howard Obituary, New York Times, 01/27/1996