Evidently Corch was leading a bunch of pansies in Gainesville.
“I would rather have neutral sites,” Meyer said. “I’m not sure you can, on a crisp December day here in Columbus, have a Southern team come up to play. The Southern teams I coached [at Florida], I know it would be a problem.”
That’s what happens when you haven’t played a game outside the borders of the Confederacy in over twenty years, I guess.