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Awesomeness!!

When I wake up tomorrow morning..

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Class starts at 8:30. I'll probably wake up at 7:30. Last Monday, I checked my phone and Hurney was fired (love living on the West Coast) Tomorrow, I hope the same will be true for Rivera. What a way to start the week..

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I'll only be happy with the news if he takes Chud with him. I'm giving McDermott a pass.

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I doubt anyone will be fired.....but then again who knows, I don't see a point in dropping coaches midseason

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And who would you appoint to take control of the team for the remainder of this abortion of a season?

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Nope, it'll be Brian Murphy, but I'm with you though.

The reason why Ron still has a job is because we have nobody to take over the team

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I'll only be happy with the news if he takes Chud with him. I'm giving McDermott a pass.

Lol it was McDerpett that orchestrated that magnificent and oh so hard game winning drive.

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I'll only be happy with the news if he takes Chud with him. I'm giving McDermott a pass.

The D HAS improved..

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The D HAS improved..

Kuechly's in the middle.

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