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Florida is probably not announcing Chip Kelly as its head coach today, not with less than a full working hour left in the day and a men’s basketball game on tap for tonight.
In Stricklin, Florida has a savvy athletic director who knows better than to burn his first hiring of a football coach at Florida on a late-afternoon or early-evening press conference.
And that raised some eyebrows, both for seeming to throw water on talk of Kelly being vetted and for deigning to respond to a message board-based troll.
That a Florida fan could deliberately and successfully troll the more excitable and gullible members of the fan base so easily says plenty about both how people can be jerks and how people who want to believe can be deceived.
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Chip is represented by David Dunn.— Darren Heitner (@Darren Heitner) November 13, 2017 Later in the day, Stricklin responded to someone tweeting at him to notify him of a message board posting suggesting that Kelly’s hiring was “basically a done deal,” but that Florida had to get NCAA approval for the move, and that former Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley was interfering with the Gators’ coaching search by pulling strings for Charlie Strong.
For example, it went to Richmond in 07 to pick up Anthony Grant. https://t.co/NLThfc Yq Li— Andy Staples (@Andy_Staples) November 16, 2017 This is hilarious.
“It looks like they were.” (Spoiler alert: They weren’t. A school’s officials would go to the person to negotiate, not bring the person’s people back to the school.) https://t.co/IULXXP6S2T— Andy Staples (@Andy_Staples) November 16, 2017 To put what Staples said differently: Florida’s coaching search is not likely to involve a coach or that coach’s representatives coming to Gainesville unless there is something to sign and/or something to announce — because, essentially, Muhammad must go to the mountain.
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