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Ole Miss Sends A Message To Steve Spurrier

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on August 11, 2007

Let’s all face the facts people. “Bat Shit Crazy” Coach O is a goner at Ole Miss unless he wins the SEC championship game. The chances on that happening are the same as the chances on discovering Elvis Presley was in fact a woman.

So Ole Miss is sending a clear message to Steve “Old Ball Sack Coach” God Spurrier by admitting 2 highly profiled recruits even though they can’t or possibly never will meet aren’t meeting NCAA eligibility standards.

“The University of Mississippi has accepted two high-profile football recruits despite the players’ lack of NCAA eligibility.

The university made the announcements about defensive lineman Jerrell Powe and linebacker Chris Strong on Thursday.

Strong, a 6-foot-2, 245-pound South Panola High School standout, was provisionally admitted to the university while he works to get his grades up. Strong was a Parade All-American and helped lead South Panola to four consecutive state titles.

The 6-foot-3, 330-pound Powe signed a Southeastern Conference scholarship with the Rebels, the university said.”

The message is clear and direct to God Spurrier and that message is “Hey coach we’ll be firing coach O and the end of the season and since you acted like a bitch about 2 recruits not making your already 84% stupid as fuck team, look at what we’ll do for you!”

However crazy coach O hasn’t caught on yet…God bless him after all he could be considered legally retarded.

“Chris was the No. 1 player in the state,” coach Ed Orgeron said. “He really worked hard on getting his grades up. He’s going to give us a big boost.”

Yeah…really working on getting his grades up…yet he isn’t meeting NCAA standards…Spurrier will love Ole Miss…I think he’s found his yellow brick road after all.

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