College Football

Steve Spurrier Vs. Les Miles… In A Freestyle Battle?

Money talks, B.S. walks
When I stalk like a hawk a victory is chalked
So put your money where your mouth is, you don’t know about this
Battlin’s for real men, and I doubt if
You can even hang or give a run for the money
You’re just a sucker, and it’s funny

-Kool Moe Dee

The action on the field is guaranteed to be hard hitting when #3 South Carolina and #9 LSU square off in Death Valley tonight, but the action off the field and on the sidelines will be just as entertaining. Usually I’m not a big fan of sideline reporting unless it’s the lovely Sam Steele, but when The Hat and The Old Ballcoach are near a mic anything can happen.  The post-game press conference? Must see TV no matter who wins.

We should settle LSU Vs. USCe like back in the day… With Spurrier Vs. Miles on the mic.

If you’ve followed College Football at all during the last decade or so no persuasion is necessary, but in case you needed some prodding to pay extra attention to the sound bytes of this game check out these gems:

“There’s been a wound. And where there was a wound there was some healing. Now there’s a scar.” – Miles 

“I don’t know. I sort of always liked playing them that second game because you could always count on them having two or three key players suspended.” – Spurrier

“Mississippi State is going to play Kentucky every year. I think that’s disproportionate. I’m not for that.” – Miles 

“We knew coming in nobody had scored 50 against them here, so that’s what we wanted to do. This may be the only time in our lifetime that Florida plays here, so we wanted to make it memorable for the Gators.” – Spurrier

“Frankly, I don’t know how high too jacked-up is.” – Miles 

“Why is it that during recruiting season they sign all the great players, but when it comes time to play the game, we have all the great players? I don’t understand that. What happens to them?” – Spurrier

“This day is about dominating an opponent. This day is about being LSU, and taking a team by the throat and choking the life out of them.” – Miles 

“He’s got a nice little gig going, a little bit like (John) Calipari. He tells guys, ‘Hey, three years from now, you’re going to be a first-round pick and go.’ If he wants to be the greatest coach or one of the greatest coaches in college football, to me, he has to go somewhere besides Alabama and win, because they’ve always won there at Alabama.” – Spurrier

“I fight for unique and accurate ways to be descriptive.”  – Miles

Now who else wants to see a Kool Moe Dee Vs. LL Cool J type freestyle battle to decide the REAL winner of the game? I say put up or shut up, get up, yeah what up?

Make fun of me all you want but it can’t be any worse than this…


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