Damn, son, that was quick.

UF January enrollee announces his May departure, citing irreconcilable differences with Weis’ offense.

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UPDATE:  Spencer Hall claims this is just another example of Florida one-upping Georgia.  Maybe it’s due to something else entirely, though.

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24 responses to “Damn, son, that was quick.

  1. Brandon

    You read to much into this, the genius merely decided that Blakely was inadequate and in his infinite wisdom told him to get lost. All is well, all is well.

  2. heyberto

    So, because he signed a letter of intent and enrolled, does that mean he has to sit out a year unless he goes outside of Division 1 (or whatever the designation is), even though he never played?

  3. Trbodawg

    I wonder if we could have worked out a trade for Washaun…

  4. Ubiquitous GA Alum

    From te EDBS link the kid called Gainesville “Satan’s crotchpit” … LMAO!!!

  5. Hogbody Spradlin

    Spencer’s gonna have to get control over at his place. The commenters are in a contest to see who can be the most off the wall. EDSBS is turning into a vent-a-thon.
    There’s only one true LSU Freek.

    • NRBQ

      Since they went corporate, it often reads like an exercise in the esoteric.

      Like, 50-60 comments on what constitutes the midwest?

  6. Dog in Fla

    “It’s hot. I’m from Bradenton, but at least we get a breeze there, you know? This feels like you’re living in Satan’s crotchpit, and it’s only May.”

    With those observational skills, the kid’s certainly got a future as a weatherman but needs fine-tune his analogies a little to bring them up to a sophisticated level like this one comparing pre-K to fascist Italy:

    “In South Carolina, Rick Santorum did well* in the first Republican debate, won the Republican straw poll and compared pre-kindergarten programs to fascist Italy. His grandfather left Italy, he said, because his uncle:
    …used to get up in a brown shirt and march and be told how to be a good little fascist. I don’t know, maybe they called it early pre-K or something like that, that the government sponsored to get your children in there so they can indoctrinate them.”

    http://swampland.time.com/2011/05/09/analogy-of-the-week/#ixzz1Lz26lL9o

  7. Cojones

    Maybe he has bad smells in his laundry. Heard that happens when you live in Satan’s crotchpit. Think we can offer him laundry service? Auburn will. As far as being down because of the tree faces…I don’t know. Show him around Athens in the fall and see what the big yellow leaves on the gingko tree (on Prince) will do for him. Uh,uh,uh. What’s this world coming to when you leave college because you have a bad laundry day and the trees snarl at you? Could have lost his bi to his polar.