“One is too many.”

For those of you who think that it’s Georgia which has borne the brunt of unpleasant national publicity about player (and administrator) brushes with the law, there are probably a number of Florida fans who would disagree.

And catch this subtle dig:

… Meyer and his staff, Foley said, “are working constantly at modifying behavior and, at the end of the day, the majority of the players who come through this program will make us all proud and not just because they are good football players.”

The statement closely mirrors one Foley released when the player-arrest issue flared 15 months ago.

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3 responses to ““One is too many.”

  1. 69Dawg

    Bottom line for the Gator and Bama Nations “Just Win Baby”.

  2. The Original Cynical in Athens

    I wish I could find the quote from Meyer, that was put into an article sometime during his 3rd season, the year they struggled but Tebow won the Heisman.

    It literally said that he is only concerned with how the players perform on Saturdays, as that is ultimately how he makes a living, and he would do whatever he had to do to make sure that the kids would perform on Saturdays, and that was all that mattered.

    Obviously, any Gator fan would refute this article, and I am still mad that I did not print it out and keep it, because I was so astounded at the time that I had to read it 4 or 5 times. I am going to go do some digging…

  3. Vious

    Winning cures everything

    The combo of losing + the arrests = Firing

    Winning + arrests = bad apples that have a coach making excuses AND getting by with it