Again, now Thomas Brown is my hero. Here 1 year, he chooses to get a title and a raise to work for a dumbass. Head-scratching to me when Coach Kirby Smart was SO OPEN about his love of Thomas Brown too !
2 of my personal heroes, battling it out in public to one show no love to and the other nothing but the highest of praises.
Trade Thomas Brown for this man’s Man Coach Dell McGee ?
Do you even remember who this Coach Dell McGee is ?
HE is the MAN who stepped-up to the table and gave Coach Kirby Smart’s FIRED PREDECESSOR such hell.
He booted that dumbass off his campus. He picked up his considerable toys and picked up his welcome mat and left us holding the bag. He made us look bad.
I have NOTHING BUT RESPECT for this Man Coach Dell McGee !
You pussies should take note !
Division 1-A FBS Head Football Coach Dell McGee.
Undefeated college football coach.
One of the most accomplished coaches in all of America !
Carver-Columbus State Champions AAA Georgia Head Football Coach too.
I was certain Georgia Southern University would make him their head coach.
Then, they left him there undefeated, and did not hire him as head coach for next year.
Not sure Coach Dell McGee will quickly forget that, either !
But, Coach Kirby Smart scooped him up.
BIG NEWS !
I love this man, Coach Dell McGee !
He has been my hero for a long while now. He got on MY RADAR when I was having problems with Coach Kirby Smart’s predecessor’s dumbass stupid shit myself.
Booted him from EVER stepping foot on his campus. NEVER allowed to recruit one of his players EVER AGAIN !
Thank you Coach Dell McGee, sir !
We needed people like you to help men like myself make this Great Bulldog Nation realize what was going on here at my alma mater, necessitating you being hired here to replace that staff, now finally all these years of bullshit since sir !
How ironic !
You hired to replace that staff that PISSED YOU OFF !
I used you as fodder against the old regime here since.
Now, Georgia Southern University hires you as HEAD COACH, lets you coach the team and you go UNDEFEATED !
Now, we get you a seasoned veteran head football coach. As our Running Backs’ Coach.
Oh, boy !
I can’t wait !
Maybe this will convince graduate scholar-athlete 6th year eligibility Medical Redshirt Keith Marshall to return for his final year ?
If not, I am quite sure the kids will FLOCK as running backs to have THIS MAN COACH them.
For as long as we can groom him, and then the Coach Kirby Smart tree can begin because Coach Dell McGee is the next College Football Head Coach.
Whiff by Georgia Southern University Eagles !
Coach Dell McGee played at Auburn in The Mighty SEC !
Drafted NFL Draft 5th Round !
Football Player at the HIGHEST LEVEL !
Smart, this man is SMART !
This is a man of Extreme Integrity !
Do you know what folks say about this MAN, this Coach ?
Coach Dell McGee COMMANDS respect !
You let him slip through your fingers, you just messed-up !
He played against us and I watched him. He played us just before Coach Kirby Smart played for us. Ray Goff era.
Coach Dell McGee is young, only 42. He played in the NFL.
Born September 7, 1973 Columbus, Georgia !
Georgia boy like myself.
He is a lifetime football coach.
He coached on OFFENSE at Auburn !
89-19 Record Head Coach High School and College Head Coach Record !
That’s better than Coach Kirby Smart’s predecessor ever did !
I am telling you this is the next college football head coach.
We will pay him a TON to stay here !
Coach Kirby Smart might name him Assistant Head Football Coach.
Here’s his Twitter :
The Recruits are LINING-UP NOW !
Wait for the announcements !
KENDRICK HIGH SCHOOL
went too !
Remember Don Bessillieu ?
I sure do.
He played with Miami Dolphins’ Jake Scott !
He was on all those teams, and played for Georgia tek yellowjackets before Don Bessillieu went to Miami in the NFL too.
Coach Dell McGee played in the games in the NFL for the 1998 Arizona Cardinals.
Carver-Columbus had not had a winning record in 9 years when he took over. His 88-19 there got everyone’s attention. He went undefeated one year, 2007 and won the Georgia State Championship !
8 years he was their head coach.
Then, he worked at Auburn on the Offensive Side of the ball.
Stand-out player for Auburn.
He and Coach Kirby Smart both played the same position.
State semi-finals 5 years in a row !
All-America Jarvis Jones and Georgia Bulldogs’ Favorite player, was his player !
Coach Pat Dye recruited Coach Dell McGee to Auburn !
He lettered there all 4 years, and graduated as the Starter at Auburn his Junior and Senior Seasons.
He played on Auburn’s undefeated team !
They would not have been undefeated without him.
He is an Auburn HERO !
He is my hero.
Like Tracy Rocker !
Coach Dell McGee is also a track star, like myself.
He beat the shit out of his GoDaddy.com Bowl Opponent 58-27 as Head Coach for Georgia Southern University Eagles !
It was like watching Georgia Southern of Erk Russell !
They were picked to LOSE !
I thought Sam Pittman was a great hire !
Coach Dell McGee is a great football coach !
The kids adore and worship this MAN Coach Dell McGee !
The kids will follow Coach Dell McGee wherever he leads them !
No questions asked.
I listened to all those interviews back in 2009 and watched him stand up for his men at Carver-Columbus on Atlanta News’ stations. It was a BIG DEAL !
He has had MY RESPECT since.
His coaching career is fixing to TAKE-OFF !
Up and COMER, arrived ALREADY ! Coach Dell McGee !
Want to be 1st Team in The Mighty SEC !
Want to be Drafted in the NFL Draft !
Want to play in the NFL !
Coach Dell McGee can tell you how to do that and graduate !
All that !
Coach Dell McGee also was the Athletics Director at Carver-Columbus !
“He just made guys jell together.” Riyadh Jones, who graduated from Carver in 2011 and just signed to play at the University of Tennessee out of junior college, said McGee’s impact came in a lot of ways. “It starts with him being a great person,” Jones said. “Also, he’s a great coach. He had a great staff and everything. He saw great things in us and he made us keep working hard. I’ll never forget that.” D.J. Jones, former Tiger, Georgia Bulldog and current Bi-City radio personality, spoke of McGee’s ability to take Carver to the next level among the state’s elite. “Dell took Carver to the next level,” he said. “Once he got his system in place, the program took off. “I’ve had the opportunity to watch Dell come in as a young coach and see his maturity and growth. He called on former coaches, myself, other guys that were respected in the football community, and he was just a sponge. Watching him grow each and every season, it’s no surprise Auburn scooped him up. He took his team to the next level, and now he’s ready to go to the next level.” Former players and colleagues also spoke highly of the impact McGee had on his student-athletes off the field as well.”
“Sometimes he’d even give you a call,” Riyadh Jones said. “Not all coaches do that. He’s always looking out for his guys.” “A lot of guys didn’t have fathers period,” Furr said. “A lot of guys looked up to him as a father figure. He’d help the team bond as a family. It let’s me know he cares. There are people who have been in my life a lot longer than Coach has, and I’ve received more texts and calls from him. It means a lot.” Lindsey and Muscogee County athletic director Gary Gibson spoke similarly of the impact McGee had on academics at the school, as well. “What I saw is Coach McGee giving kids an avenue to higher education,” Gibson said. “He gave students the tools they needed to make that possible.” “People don’t realize athletics and academics go hand in hand,” Lindsey said. “He came in with an attitude of discipline and that he wouldn’t put up with a lot. He made the kids work hard in everything they do.”
Head Coach Dell McGee at Carver:
2006: 12-2 (AAA state semifinals)
2007: 15-0 (AAA state champions)
2008: 11-3 (AAA state semifinals)
2009: 11-2 (AAA state quarterfinals)
2010: 13-1 (AA state semifinals)
2011: 12-2 (AA state semifinals)
2012: 11-2 (AAA state quarterfinals)
CARVER RECORD | 88-19 (67-13 reg season, 21-6 playoffs)
“I say that to show them that the incident that occurred wasn’t appreciated,” McGee said. “The biggest thing is, the University of Georgia knew, they had knowledge of he and his parents coming there for the weekend. For them not to communicate that they had rescinded that offer before that was not very professional.”
“We have a lot of kids and just being from Georgia, we’re going to have a lot of kids that want to go there as Georgia Bulldogs fans. When an incident like this occurs with one of the players and we still have those remaining players in our program, it opens their eyes and could deter them from going to Georgia.”