According to Alligator Army, even if Florida has a bad season, it’s still good, because “Florida will be able to cut Muschamp loose without that move being cutting off its nose to spite its face”. That’s one helluva silver lining, fellas.
If I’d tried to argue something like that with a straight face about Georgia after 2010, I’d have been laughed off the Intertubes.
Looks more like a dragon than a gator, though.
Seriously, you can’t make up shit like this.
Hey, you get hungry on the weekends, too.
O’Bannon watchers, you want proof of competitive balance? Mark Lewis, NCAA executive vice president for championships and alliances, son of Bill Lewis and – most significantly – former Georgia walk on, has your proof of competitive balance right here.
That’s the best evidence the NCAA has presented all trial.
Chris Leak becoming Florida’s sixth wide receivers coach in the past six seasons isn’t good news for the Gator passing game, but, as Year2 points out, it’s even worse than that. Joker Phillips made real progress last season as the position coach and now he’s gone.
Darn shame, I say.
… when Charles Robinson’s reporting something about your program, it’s not good news.
Former University of Florida wide receivers coach Joker Phillips resigned this week after the NCAA received a photo of the coach sitting in a restaurant with a high school recruit during a mandated dead period in recruiting, multiple sources told Yahoo Sports.
Three sources told Yahoo Sports the photo was turned over to the NCAA by an individual with ties to the Miami Hurricanes athletics program. Should the NCAA determine Phillips improperly recruited during a mandated dead period, it could be considered a major NCAA violation.
Moments like that remind me of this golden oldie.