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    Scott Van Pelt to interview Chizik on ESPN Radio RIGHT NOW


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    Re: Scott Van Pelt to interview Chizik on ESPN Radio RIGHT NOW

    Quote Originally Posted by ISU_Alum_2000 View Post
    "At the end of the day you have to win, and I think that's true for any college football job."

    Apparently not, Gene, or you would have done it here.


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    Re: Scott Van Pelt to interview Chizik on ESPN Radio RIGHT NOW

    SPIN, GENE, SPIN! Make those dreidels (and Auburn fans' heads) look like they're standing still! SPIN FASTER!


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    Re: Scott Van Pelt to interview Chizik on ESPN Radio RIGHT NOW

    what a ****... plain and simple.


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    Re: Scott Van Pelt to interview Chizik on ESPN Radio RIGHT NOW

    I'd like to get a count on the "you know"s in this interview.




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    Re: Scott Van Pelt to interview Chizik on ESPN Radio RIGHT NOW

    Well there were eleven in the last two sentences...


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    I also remember a game with Kansas when Cy (wore a huge suit then) went out to center field, squatted, and "pooped" a couple of chickens that had been dyed blue then chased them around.
    Quote Originally Posted by DJK15

    God I hope so, even if it's not the right thing to do, KF needs to do it.
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    Re: Scott Van Pelt to interview Chizik on ESPN Radio RIGHT NOW

    ugh. my internet stream cut out after the first minute or so. Somebody give me a recap on it and SVP's take when it's done. tnx



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    Re: Scott Van Pelt to interview Chizik on ESPN Radio RIGHT NOW

    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestZest View Post
    ugh. my internet stream cut out after the first minute or so. Somebody give me a recap on it and SVP's take when it's done. tnx
    Nothing much. Pretty much said a lot of the same stuff he said in the press conference earlier this afternoon. Van Pelt said after the interview that if Auburn got rid of Tuberville because a win-loss record of 80-something and 40-something wasn't good enough, Chizik is going to have a very short timeframe to prove himself.




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    Re: Scott Van Pelt to interview Chizik on ESPN Radio RIGHT NOW

    Quote Originally Posted by dustinal View Post
    Nothing much. Pretty much said a lot of the same stuff he said in the press conference earlier this afternoon. Van Pelt said after the interview that if Auburn got rid of Tuberville because a win-loss record of 80-something and 40-something wasn't good enough, Chizik is going to have a very short timeframe to prove himself.
    Short...as in up until his first loss, at which point Auburn fans run him out of town?


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    Re: Scott Van Pelt to interview Chizik on ESPN Radio RIGHT NOW

    Could you imagine if he only wins 4-5 games? How big a train wreck would that be?



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    Re: Scott Van Pelt to interview Chizik on ESPN Radio RIGHT NOW

    hopefully its on the podcast tomorra.



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    Re: Scott Van Pelt to interview Chizik on ESPN Radio RIGHT NOW

    4 more radio interviews and he tops the number he did at ISU.


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