Week 12 was a bit of a snoozer outside of some injury news in Starkville and Georgia trying to get back into the College Football Playoff discussion after defeating Auburn and sending them one loss away from probably wanting to fire Gus Malzahn. Speaking of weird situations, South Carolina is also going through a bit of a thing with Will Muschamp. His buyout is through the roof and the athletic director supports him, but what exactly should/will they do?
After recapping the week that was in the SEC, we spend the second half of the show talking about another school’s issue with their head coach. Granted, Southern Cal has won more than Ole Miss in the past three years, but Clay Helton and the Trojans are at odds and most believe that he will be out after this season and former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer will take over.
What do we think about this? Could Southern Cal really fire a coach that goes 8-4 and potentially wins another game in the postseason to make it nine wins? Weird, right?
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