Tuesday’s tidbits

Here are a few random things for you to chew on:

  • The Gator Nation’s cockiness starts to grow after the Tennessee win.  You gotta love a columnist who grudgingly thinks that LSU has a “puncher’s chance” against the mighty Gators.
  • And over at Orange and Blue Hue, Gatorpilot thinks that, for Florida fans, Tennessee is the new Georgia (a fair cop in my mind, too).
  • Urban Meyer is pissed with the new clock rules… not because it’s costing his team wins, but because he wants more from life:  “Where are the points? Where are the yards? What are we doing? Let’s go.” How existential.
  • Expect to see a lot more of this comparison making it into the narrative as we head towards Saturday night’s game.
  • Finally, it sounds like some Idaho cheerleaders may need to go on a diet.  One of the reasons cited for a recent change in cheerleading uniforms is, um… none too complimentary of some:

    The previous uniforms didn’t flatter every member of the team, and some girls said their outfits were uncomfortable, Robson said.

    “Girls are just bigger these days, not everybody’s a size zero,” Robson said. “We’re not being a bunch of prudes.”

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3 responses to “Tuesday’s tidbits

  1. NebraskaDawg

    Wow, Urban’s more concern with points and yardage than wins. Big shock.

    Hey Idaho, how does going to skimpier outfits help girls who “are not a size zero”?.

  2. Heyberto

    Right.. there goes Urban Crier trying to justify his high powered offense. I hope it blows up in his face. I guess he’s just laying the groundwork for his first loss and the excuse that there wasn’t enough time to run as many plays.

  3. dean

    I must have watched a different Florida/Tennessee game than the one Ray McNulty watched. ‘Cause the one I watched was more of a UT meltdown than UF domination. 3 turnovers (2 inside the 3 yard line) and allowing a punt return for a touch down will get you beat, oh about 98% of the time. Not to mention UT’s struggle at QB. Florida is a good team maybe even a great team but to dismiss LSU as having a “punchers” chance at beating them is just blind homerism, IMO.