… but I really wonder how the media can expect a team that can’t field enough players to hold a spring game to be a serious contender to win the SEC. As thin as Georgia’s numbers were last year, it never got that bad in Athens.
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Edward does the smoochies to Boom’s Backside.
Yeah, he does. I had to remind myself I was reading an ESPN.com article, not a Gator blogger.
ESPN hired him away from the Gainesville Sun….he is a Gator blogger!
He is a gator alum.
Sucks they watered down the ESPN blog with Aschoff. Chris Low is one of the best ESPN has…
Why can’t he like Selena Roberts?
Apparently things have changed in Gatorville…….
“I had a really bad day at the keyboard,” Ed said later, “then I went into Coach Muschamp’s office and he handed me some cash, I think it was like $400…
SEC title? From what I’ve been reading they’re presumed in the mix for the BCS Championship.
Aren’t they the same?
I don’t think FU will be in the SECCG this season, more like 3rd in the East, but I do feel they will beat someone they shouldn’t this year, hopefully not us. My best guess would be LSU because they have the more questionable offense of their major opponents going into Fall Camp.
2013 Gators….8-5. I’ve been saying that for a while to anyone who’ll listen.
If you keep sucking up to the Gator, there’s going to be a recall
Leave the Mayor alone. He can suck up any way he likes, especially since the Dawgs are in his 5. And everyone knows you are sucking up to Selena and tongueing…….sorry, lost it when the sucking started.
And quit deriding the Mayor’s memory by mentioning “recall”.
A forensic examination of awesome comments from fake-named incredible sources in the Durham is Wonderland link somewhere, shows that I would have to make her change teams.
As an idol from an earlier generation, Garry Templeton, nicknamed “Jumpsteady”, said when he wasn’t selected to start at shortstop for the National League All-Star team but was named to the team as a reserve, “If I’m not starting, I’m not departing”. That’s how I feel about Selena reclamation efforts.
Well if any of Conjones comments are true…..you were doing more than pinch hitting. Roll with it. Whatever is revealed on GTP ….stays on GTP! ;-)
Georgia Offensive Players You’d Rather Have Than Anyone On Florida’s Offense:
Bennett, when healthy. And probably another OL or two.
If this were strictly a position-by-position comparison, I’d be inclined to toss Mason’s name out there as well.
Florida is a name brand coming off of a big year. Not at all shocking to see lazy writers pimp them as a team to beat. It is surprising to see good writers (Feldman) doing so. I just don’t get it. Florida lost the best players from a bad offense and the best players from a very good defense. They also play SoCar and LSU on the road. I 10-2 is a ceiling, with 9-3 being far more reasonable.
When it comes to FU, pundits have a hard time getting off the Gator drug once they’ve tasted the tale.
There were some people who really should’ve known better coughMattHintoncough who were suggesting a potential screw job if Georgia had beaten Bama and gotten into the BCSCG instead of Florida. It got pretty absurd there for a while. Many thanks to Louisville for putting an end to all that.
They lost to Louisville…..
What was Miami thinking when they fired Randy Shannon and lost Teddy Bridgewater and the Alabama wide receiver?
Now I remember: strippers, the booster and what was then a viable NCAA that may have been fresh off its dismantling of PSU
And that was the last time Gatoridiots saw their team in action. So Mushcamp would really be stupid to cancel the whole shabang..they’re needing some positive re-enforcement. If the Dawgs beat them this year, it’s going to get ugly for Will.
FU has taken the place we occupied over two years ago. Richt even stopped scrimmages for fear that injury could spell our doom. It was just bad luck, “snakebit” I called it, and it accounted for an offensive letdown that many blamed Bobo and Richt for perpetrating. Few seemed to recognize what had happened overall that affected the way we practiced and played. FU now has the problem and I don’t blame them for not hitting hard in their publically-viewed Spring practice. Haven’t seen anything to give any accolades, but don’t see a donkey’s tail pinned on anyone either.
It’s time we put two and two together for accolades to our S&C Program and the great work our coaches have done to steer us away from that disaster that was hanging over our heads.
Snakebite – It’s a terrible thing unless it happens to FU. “Suck it up!” has turned to “Suck it out!” in the Swamp.
Gainsville, FL April 4, 2013
Edward Aschoff descends on the home of college football: Gainsville, FL. He first meets with Coach Will Muschamp for a brief interview, where he asks the new Corch about schemes and personnel. From there, the two head off to practice. Aschoff proceeds to watch a debauchery of a practice along with all the other reporters in section 37F. Tight ends are lined up as tackles. Quarterbacks stand around, bored. A running back fumbles a ball. A receiver drops a sure thing touchdown. Kickers miss chip shot field goals. All of a sudden, Coach Muschamp goes zombie and begins literally chewing on the face of temporary practice ref as he grabs for a yellow flag. Then, Jeff Driskel literally craps his pants from boredom. Off to the side, former coach, Steve Spurrier, visiting to trade secrets with Boom, begins publicly urinating in a water cooler. Chris Rainey, back from a temporary stint with the San Diego Stallions of the California Penal League, sends death threat text messages to white cheerleaders watching practice while Percy Harvey smokes a blunt with Aaron Hernandez and Corch at the 50 yard line. Ronnie Wilson pickets outside the stadium in jean shorts for gun rights, simultaneously firing his semi automatic rifle into the air while holding a sign that says, “Don’t taze me, Bro.” At that exact moment, a field goal upright collapses and paralyzes the entire starting defense. Worse, a lightning storm strikes at that moment and electrocutes the rest of the team, all the coaches, the training staff, and the water boy. Their bodies all spontaneously combust and set fire to the Swamp, burning it to the ground.
Aschoff turns to Foley and asks, “What in the hell was that?” to which Foley replies, “The Aristocrats!”
Next morning’s ESPN SEC blog headline proclaims: Aristocrats favorite to win SEC East.
Upon completion of the story of electricity, Puffdawg inhales an electronic cigarette and tells someone to make him a sandwich
Channeling my inner Dog in Florida and Gilbert Gottfried, perhaps one in the same.
Almost. Gilbert is more handsome and has a better tone of voice
Puff, I can’t believe that anyone would just make shit up on this blog. Now we have seen it all.
Not only iis Puff on a roll, Russ is talking about transmissions.
I know because some transmissions are my acquaintances as well.
I’m dissapointed to learn that Puff made it up. Man I was happy for a few moments….Thanks Puff…made me lmao!
Auburn cheats and BoomMF helps them by sliding hundreds to his players? What a great day! :)
The only thing that would make it better is if the story broke about Michael Adams and the 4 dead hookers.
Yeah, the female hookers are all fishing at PC today. The ‘Nesian belongs to that fishing club and even has a Hookers T-shirt.
“Muschamp is doing the right thing, here. He could have easily just shut things down all together, but he’s decided to allow fans to come and watch,”
I’m calling bullshit on that statement. He could have NOT have “easily” done any such-a-thing. The people paid..they’re already nervous about the program, and Muschamp isn’t ready to have his head on a pike, paraded around the campus …just yet….but that day may be fast approaching..
Upon hearing ugly call bullshit, Boom yells back at him, “$400.00, same as it is in Auburn.”
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