Interesting choice of words

In reflecting on Chris Rainey’s good-riddance-to-last-year’s-bad-attitude-Gators comment, Chris Low writes this:

… OK, maybe it is a cliché. But in the Gators’ case, they genuinely believe it.

They also believe that last year’s team, as good as it was and as talented as it was, might have had a God complex about it.

God complex, hunh… wonder where he might have gotten that impression from.



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9 responses to “Interesting choice of words

  1. UFTimmy

    I love Meyer for how he responded when he was asked about Rainey’s comments:

    Meyer says Raineys comment about losing rock stars being beneficial is completely wrong. He says Rainey didn’t think that out much. Meyer jokes he gives Rainey a full day to answer a question when he asks.

    BOOM goes the dynamite.


  2. X-Dawg

    IMO, it was a Son of God complex.


  3. Reptillicide

    Blah blah blah “last years team lacked the TEAM attitude that we now have” where have we heard that before?

    Every team, every year, same excuses


  4. Derek

    That attitude worked out great for us last year. I remember how much better some fans thought we’d be without Moreno and Stafford. Turns out, well, not so much.


  5. Richt-Flair

    Was thinking the same thing. And how an underachieving, oft-injured RB in Rainey can call All-American, BCS-winning players prima donnas with a straight face, go figure


    • Seriously

      Your use of the word “underachieving” applied to a RB who averages 7.1 yards per carry says more about you than Rainey.


      • Hackerdog

        Before getting hung up on his average, remember he got 6.36 carries per game last year. I wonder why Corch didn’t think he deserved more touches?


  6. Cojones

    I’ve got your God complex right here.


  7. Scorpio Jones, III

    oh….he’s talking about Tebow….I thought he was talking about MeyerBeforeTheCrackup.

    Nothing like a period of time on Ativan to help your God complex.