“Not a close-knit team.”

Shorter Omar Hunter:  Tim Tebow leaves and everything goes to pot around here.

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32 responses to ““Not a close-knit team.”

  1. ScoutDawg

    I guess Teblow really was the Greatest Leader Of Our Era.

  2. UGAfoo

    It’s not surprising when Tim Tebow was about 90% of your offense and 100% of the media attention. Just ask Tim Tebow’s kicker that bailed him out with 59 and 51 yard field goals a few weeks ago against Tim Tebow’s opponent of the week. Tough living in the shadow of the Tim Tebow even in the professional league that has Tim Tebow as a player.

  3. HK

    All signs point to UF still sucking for a while. Fantastic.

  4. Go Dawgs!

    “The players say that doesn’t exist any longer, that the team is much more together now, despite a winless October and a 6-6 record.”

    Wow. The Florida Gators are engaging in offseason happy talk. This truly is a brave new world.

  5. charlottedawg

    Just my neophyte opinion but I’ve always believed losing reveals/leads to chemistry issues not the other way around or basically the other side of the “winning cures everything” coin. As an example in his book (granted a biased opinion) Kevin Bozworth the great linebacker for OU in the 80s said he and his class made it a point almost from Day 1 to tell the upperclassmen how much better they the freshmen were than the seniors and juniors. Since OU kicked ass it wasn’t that big a deal.

  6. charlottedawg

    On a seperate note I also believe any “UF is going to suck for a long time” talk is very premature if not baseless. They’re still not the program they were pre 90’s and if any program has the resources especially the talent pool to rebound in a big way and quickly it’s Florida. Which is not to say I don’t thouroughly enjoy their current suckitude and rationalizations.

    • Reptillicide

      Florida basked in the splendor of a state of Florida without a strong FSU or Miami to oppose them during the Meyer years. That’s over, at least, for FSU’s part, it seems.

      • Macallanlover

        Not sure how long it takes for UF to get their act together, probably when the doofus coach they hired is gone, but I agree it will be easier for them to mount a comeback with the talent base they have to draw from.

        I don’t understand your comment about FSU and Miami The Seminoles were horrible after being over rated at #5 this year, and Miami declined to even go to a bowl. I don’t know where Jimbo got the reputation as a savior but they have looked pitiful every game I have watched this year, including last night. He has been HC, OC, or recruiting coordinator for about 5-6 years and they have no QB talent, no RB, and an OL that looked like a sieve. Florida’s improvement isn’t likely to be hampered by either of those teams, imo.

        • Mayor of Dawgtown

          Jimbo is not the “savior” at FSU. He will follow the usual path taken by those that follow the “legend” and get fired after about 5 years. The next hire will be the savior.

    • Biggus Rickus

      The only major difference between the late ’80s Gators and the current batch is that they aren’t on probation. The roster attrition has been just as bad as if they were though. With the instability of their coaching staff at the moment I don’t see it being remedied quickly. I’d say they’re at least two years from being a legitimate East contender, and that’s assuming the state of the East remains unchanged until then.

  7. HVL Dawg

    Omar, Omar, Omar….poor guy.

    He’s the guy that waited too late in committing then decided he wanted to be a Dawg, but by them CMR was out of schollys and wouldn’t oversign. So Omar had to settle for his 2nd choice which was UF. Meanwhile during the offseason we opened up three slots via the normal off season attrition – one could have been Omar’s.

    Omar could have been a DGD, but he waited too long and instead he’s a stinking, slimy Gator (with a championship).

  8. charlottedawg

    @ BMan: yeah i meant Brian Bosworth. Wow I feel stupid.

  9. The Lone Stranger

    What would any of us expect? I listened in rapt disbelief last night as the “always measured” Chris Speilman termed him the ‘greatest college football player in history.” It won’t end until he is driven from the NFL by his obvious inability to execute the forward pass. (You would think the GPOA(ll)T(ime) would be multi-talented.

  10. Scorpio Jones, III

    Ya know, I was over Tebow the moment he left the field as a senior….I don’t give a fat rat’s ass what happens to him in the business world, if the Worldwide Order of Weasels wants to continue about him, so be it. I mean Herschel?….yep, miss him forever, but Tebow? Kinda like talking about Tech football. Yesterday’s laundry.

  11. Hobnail_Boot

    Tebow was their Herschel.

  12. D.N. Nation

    All I need to know about Florida is that Georgia played as brain-meltingly stupid as always this year in Jacksonville and still won. I would be very worried about that if I rooted for nacho-cheez orange and blue.