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Like I said above, people nationally will see this different than people locally.  Spurrier is just voicing the opinion so many of us here in Columbia have had about Morris for so long.  Spurrier has said he is not above criticism and has no problem with being criticized for his coaching and such.  But unfounded attacks on character (Morris' M.O. with Spurrier) is irresponsible.

 

I think it's funny that when media says anything, they are fine and ok...because they are media.  But when someone stands up to irresponsible, agenda-driven media, they are whiny.  Ha, no, they are taking a stand.

1 year, 11 months ago on No Speculating: Spurrier Hits Morris With Both Barrels, Says He May “Head To The Beach”

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People nationally will see this differently than those locally.  People nationally do not understand the contempt and agenda Morris has had against Carolina over the years.  Like it or not, media has power.  And when power goes to the media's head (for those of you who think power is gone to Spurrier's head), then it becomes irresponsible and wrong.  Freedom of speech doesn't mean freedom from responsibility.  And when a local writer with an irresponsible agenda influences the national perspective of someone locally, that's when it's fine to step in by the one getting unfairly attacked.  That is all that is happening here.  Spurrier is fine with criticism of his coaching.  Questioning his honesty and integrity with no facts, just opinion, crosses the line.  And is irresponsible.  Which defines Morris.

1 year, 11 months ago on No Speculating: Spurrier Hits Morris With Both Barrels, Says He May “Head To The Beach”

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People nationally will see this differently than those locally.  People nationally do not understand the contempt and agenda Morris has had against Carolina over the years.  Like it or not, media has power.  And when power goes to the media's head (for those of you who think power is gone to Spurrier's head), then it becomes irresponsible and wrong.  Freedom of speech doesn't mean freedom from responsibility.  And when a local writer with an irresponsible agenda influences the national perspective of someone locally, that's when it's fine to step in by the one getting unfairly attacked.  That is all that is happening here.  Spurrier is fine with criticism of his coaching.  Questioning his honesty and integrity with no facts, just opinion, crosses the line.  And is irresponsible.  Which defines Morris.

1 year, 11 months ago on Spurrier Speaks, Morris Apologizes, And A Penn State Comparison That Does Make Some Sense

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