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jayrot

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So has Gus (really referencing back to AU)

Edit:  Their discussion was Reilly vs. Smart


He's so unimpressive, you can't even spell his name.
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The fact that you're calling me butthurt when you're literally revisiting a subject because jayrot hurt your feelings is just too much. 

I'm very much aware, but again, you're taking a discussion that is about the state of Auburn softball and derailing it for the sake of making yourself feel better about Riley. 

Both the University of Georgia and the University of Alabama have the coaches that they want. Read as: NO ONE WANTS YOUR COACH. I'm sorry, I know this really hurts your feelings, but everything will be okay. We're doing just fine down here in Georgia and Alabama and I hope someday you'll reach that point, too. Life sure gets a lot easier!


Yeah, I'm sure you're right about no one wanting OU's football coach.  Sort of ironic, though, that three big-time coaches in the state of Bama never seem to beat the OU coaches – you know, those coaches nobody wants. Saban couldn't beat Stoops; Malzahn couldn't beat Stoops; Can't Keep It In His Pocket's Famous Daddy couldn't beat Gasso.

Maybe Malzahn or Saban will get a shot at "the coach no one wants" next January in the CF playoffs. And perhaps the yet-to-be-named AU softball coach will earn the opportunity to take another shot at Gasso in the postseason.

Well, looky there. Here I am talking about Auburn softball on an Auburn softball thread. What in the world's come over me?
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Yeah, I'm sure you're right about no one wanting OU's football coach.  Sort of ironic, though, that three big-time coaches in the state of Bama never seem to beat the OU coaches – you know, those coaches nobody wants. Saban couldn't beat Stoops; Malzahn couldn't beat Stoops; Can't Keep It In His Pocket's Famous Daddy couldn't beat Gasso.

Maybe Malzahn or Saban will get a shot at "the coach no one wants" next January in the CF playoffs. And perhaps the yet-to-be-named AU softball coach will earn the opportunity to take another shot at Gasso in the postseason.

Well, looky there. Here I am talking about Auburn softball on an Auburn softball thread. What in the world's come over me?


But Murphy has no problem beating Gasso.
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But Murphy has no problem beating Gasso.


Really?  Head-to-head meetings in the last two years would seem to indicate a tiny bit of a problem.
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Really?  Head-to-head meetings in the last two years would seem to indicate a tiny bit of a problem.


Did you specify that? Nah, you didn't. Murphy has beaten Gasso before and will more than likely beat her again. 

And please, don't act like Saban never beat Stoops. You're just focused on most recent results and trying to make that the be-all, end-all. It's not.
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Did you specify that? Nah, you didn't. Murphy has beaten Gasso before and will more than likely beat her again. 

And please, don't act like Saban never beat Stoops. You're just focused on most recent results and trying to make that the be-all, end-all. It's not.


A Saban coached Alabama team has not defeated a Stoops coached OU team.

And your claims about Murphy-Gasso are partly right. Murphy has beaten Gasso before, though not recently.  Since Patty will probably retire within five years, and with the players she's bringing to Norman in the next 2-3 years, it's unlikely he'll ever beat her again.
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A Saban coached Alabama team has not defeated a Stoops coached OU team.

And your claims about Murphy-Gasso are partly right. Murphy has beaten Gasso before, though not recently.  Since Patty will probably retire within five years, and with the players she's bringing to Norman in the next 2-3 years, it's unlikely he'll ever beat her again.


Which is really the only victory you claim, and it's a small one. Saban's win might've came at LSU, but it was for the national title, so you know... I'm sure Stoops is a lot more bummed about that 0-1 against Saban for a national championship than he is happy to be 1-0 against Saban at Bama.

As for Gasso and Murphy... We'll see. The games aren't played or decided based off of recruiting rankings, but you know that.
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Which is really the only victory you claim, and it's a small one. Saban's win might've came at LSU, but it was for the national title, so you know... I'm sure Stoops is a lot more bummed about that 0-1 against Saban for a national championship than he is happy to be 1-0 against Saban at Bama. As for Gasso and Murphy... We'll see. The games aren't played or decided based off of recruiting rankings, but you know that.


You're right, big fella (or little woman – whatever the case).  Games are not decided by recruiting rankings. If they were, SEC teams would have to expand their trophy cases.

Championships are won with a combination of great players and great coaching. Fortunately for Oklahoma fans, the Sooners softball program can lay claim to having both.

Let this sink in: The OU softball program has won more national titles than all SEC teams combined.
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A Saban coached Alabama team has not defeated a Stoops coached OU team.



Hang on to that one game for as long as you can.  You don't want to ask us if we have one second (still referencing back to AU ... it's becoming my specialty).

I'll add one for you too, A Saban-coached Alabama team has not defeated a Weatherbie-coached ULM team.

Oh crap, I forgot another one.  A Saban-coached Alabama team has not defeated a Meyer-coached tOSU team.
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Let this sink in: The OU softball program has won more national titles than all SEC teams combined.


Oh I'm absolutely devastated by the news. I think I'll go ask Lincoln for a hug so he can console me.
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Hang on to that one game for as long as you can.  You don't want to ask us if we have one second (still referencing back to AU ... it's becoming my specialty).

I'll add one for you too, A Saban-coached Alabama team has not defeated a Weatherbie-coached ULM team.


Well we all know what happens when OU football starts singing the national title song too early.....WE ARE THE CH[okers]...."
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Well we all know what happens when OU football starts singing the national title song too early.....WE ARE THE CH[okers]...."


Let me know if/when an OU fan predicts a national title two games into the season.  I'll set the moron straight.

Besides, we all know Bama is unbeatable, especially now that Stoops is retired.
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Oh I'm absolutely devastated by the news. I think I'll go ask Lincoln for a hug so he can console me.


I'll warn coach about the cooties.
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Some people are starting to make a push for Chris Steiner-Wilcoxson. Any thoughts?
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd0AtjVW6NHMlacH9Q3sQv2ViXRKWQdZgo3y990mNLesWBTDg/viewform
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She was one of the finalist for the Troy job. 
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More troubling info?  Like what?


A BIG problem with the women's basketball team and other, similar complaints from the soccer and equestrian teams that were handled in similar fashion to the complaints from the softball team. At least, those are the rumors.
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Fortunately, nobody at Auburn cares what you think.  You can spew your "hostile environment" nonsense until you are literally blue in the face and it will have zero impact because what you think and what is reality are not one and the same.
 

If nobody cares, you contradict yourself.................again. [confused][rolleyes]

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The names I have heard is James Madison's coach and assist. Gerry Glasco, Jimmy Kolitas, LSU's assist coach. The coach from ASU is not on the short list nor being considered. Some folks can make a push but it's not going to happen.

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If she says that Santa Clause joined in and brought gifts, does that make it true?  I do get a great laugh when I read some of the posts on here.  It proves just how easy it is to get some people to believe anything.

If Alexa Nemeth's assertions in the video that Corey was still hanging around the softball complex after his "dismissal" on March 30th that is going to be a YUGE ($1 to Donald Trump) problem for Jay Jacobs.  And if Jay Jacobs assertion that he dismissed Corey on March 30th is true, Clint Myer's comments right afterwards, "I would love to have Corey back and would take him back in a heartbeat" ruins Clint's credibility.  You can choose who you want to believe, but Alexa's assertions should be pretty easy to verify by interviewing other players on the team.
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But Murphy has no problem beating Gasso.


He's had plenty of problems beating Auburn the last few years though.
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The names I have heard is James Madison's coach and assist. Gerry Glasco, Jimmy Kolitas, LSU's assist coach. The coach from ASU is not on the short list nor being considered. Some folks can make a push but it's not going to happen.



Just heard this morning that Dean is the leading candidate. Would be a good hire considering the circumstances.
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If Alexa Nemeth's assertions in the video that Corey was still hanging around the softball complex after his "dismissal" on March 30th that is going to be a YUGE ($1 to Donald Trump) problem for Jay Jacobs.  And if Jay Jacobs assertion that he dismissed Corey on March 30th is true, Clint Myer's comments right afterwards, "I would love to have Corey back and would take him back in a heartbeat" ruins Clint's credibility.  You can chose you want to believe, but Alexa's assertions should be pretty easy to verify by interviewing other players on the team.


Couldn't agree more. 

From reading this thread it appears that this type of situation happens more than one would think, and those coaches usually end up coaching again at different schools.  The reason is because everyone decides to KEEP IT QUIET.  Nevermind that by keeping it quiet you allow the coach to keep his good reputation which allows him the opportunity to do the same thing with different players at a different school. 

In my perfect world, here's what should have happened.  When Jacobs was asked if there was an investigation of Corey, instead of lying, Jacobs should have said "there was an investigation and when confronted with evidence of a serious breach of the AU code of conduct, Corey Meyers chose to resign.  Contrary to statements made by the head coach, Corey Meyers will not be considered for re-hire, at least not as long as i am the AD.  Given that this is a personnel matter, I will have no further comment." 

Instead he chose to KEEP IT QUIET and apparently allowed Corey back on campus.   
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He's had plenty of problems beating Auburn the last few years though.


How many of those against the ace?
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He's had plenty of problems beating Auburn the last few years though.


Going 6-4 in the greatest years of your program's existence is some real chest-beating stuff.
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How many of those against the ace?


How many of those OU wins were against the Bama ace?

Can you say "All of them?"  [wink]
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How many of those OU wins were against the Bama ace?

Can you say "All of them?"  [wink]


Your desire to hang an OU banner every chance you get is as comical as it is sad.
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How many of those OU wins were against the Bama ace?

Can you say "All of them?"  [wink]


So OU is 3-2 vs. Osorio.  Did I calculate all of that correctly?   In post-season play, they are 2-2.
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Your desire to hang an OU banner every chance you get is as comical as it is sad.


Yeah, sure. Paraphrasing the great Johnny Rivers: "If you look closely, you'll see the tracks of my tears."

What's truly sad is the everlasting butthurt of SEC fans who just can't get over their conference's inability to beat a lowly team from the Big 12.
jayrot

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Yeah, sure. Paraphrasing the great Johnny Rivers: "If you look closely, you'll see the tracks of my tears."

What's truly sad is the everlasting butthurt of SEC fans who just can't get over their conference's inability to beat the only team from the Big 12.


Fixed that for you.
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Yep: Everlasting butthurt!
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