Could go to Jacksonville. Or Carolina. I dont think Tampa will can Dungy, well, they SOULDNT, at least. And I thin Green will go to San Diego. SO CRZ and GURU can deal with his annoyingness like I have for the last....what..10 years?
All I know is he's out of the SEC. Thank goodness. Too bad the Cats never got to him tho. Close once, but they remembered they were UK and were supposed to lose, much like they did against the Vols this year.
I think Dungy deserves to stay in Tampa, and am against him being fired. The only guy who I might accept in his place (like my acceptance really matters) is Spurrier. The Bucs have several players he coached in college (Riedel Anthony, Jaquez Green, Kenyatta Walker to name a few) and I think he could do nothing but good.
That said, I don't think Dungy deserves to be let go, and as a UF student, I am worried about future Gator teams without his leadership. I don't know how Spurrier will handle the loud-mouthed, outspoken players of the NFL. He must be looking for a lot of $ too, because at UF he was the highest paid coach in the nation (2.3 million dollars a year).
"This team is in the playoffs and we expect to do some damage because every team up there, we can play with." -- DT Warren Sapp
Speaking as a huge Cowboy fan (huge heat) I really hope Spurrier goes to Dallas. He is exactly what the Cowboys need...a trash talking offensive genius with a proven track record as a winner. Dave Campo stinks as head coach. He did a decent job rebuilding the defense, but the offense remains horrible and probably isn't getting much better. Spurrier would give the Cowboys a Jimmy Johnson-like coach who can rebuild the offense and make the team respectable again. Hopefully, though, he can look past his Miami bias and take Clinton Portis in the first round to hopefully replace Emmitt in the next year or two.
Word "on the street", whatever that means, is that if the Bucs dump Dungy, they're bringing in Parcells. And Parcells will take it, unless Minnesota can tempt him. Then, maybe Spurrier is gonna happen at Tampa.
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