4 thoughts on “And The Visor Came Crashing Down”

  1. Okay, as much as I’ve taken up for the man this year (and received lots of crap for it), the main reason that I’m sad to see him leave my town is that I DON’T WANT HIM BACK IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL!

    Plain and simple. He’s okay if he’s not a threat…and in the NFL (and, more specifically, the NFC), his success (or lack thereof) didn’t really matter to me.

  2. Jennifer,

    I think you’ve suffering from what is known as “Stockholm Syndrome.”

    It is defined as this: “The Stockholm syndrome is a psychological state in which the victims of a kidnapping, or persons detained against their free will – prisoners – develop a relationship with their captor(s). This solidarity can sometimes become a real complicity, with prisoners actually helping the captors to achieve their goals or to escape police.” [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm_syndrome]

    Living in Washington, you have been held captive by the evil Spurrier. Naturally, you don’t want him to take anyone else captive, so you’re willing to bear the burden of captivity yourself.

    You must, however, break free from this hold and come to the realization that it is a good thing to be Spurrier-free.

  3. Dude, move on. There are simply too many Clemson people in the world to hate for the Gators to occupy your attention at this point. I have one right over the other side of the cubicle wall from me.

    There’ll be time enough to hate the Gators again next season. Focus, my son, focus.

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