“We’d sure like to have him back, but you never know.”

Man, if you can’t get healthy playing only once in the three weeks leading up to the Georgia game, when can you?


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14 responses to ““We’d sure like to have him back, but you never know.”

  1. Hardcoredawg 93

    Best post of the day.


  2. Just Chuck (The Other One)

    Do you think there’s a chance we could run the ball?


    • Will (The Other One)

      Based on the Mizzou game, we’d best hope so, because I don’t like our odds if we have to pass 30+ times vs their secondary.


    • Napoleon BonerFart

      If they come out in an 8 man front, we’re just dumb enough to run right into it.

      On the other hand, it’s the tough defenses that Smart/Chaney seem willing to open up the playbook against. So, I have no idea.


  3. Son of a gun this guy,Coach Mac, is damn near as articulate as Coach Goff.


  4. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Baloney. They’ll play and look like they never had anything wrong with them.


    • Chi-town Dawg

      Agree, with the possible exception of the guy who had knee surgery they’ll all be on the field and ready to go for this game even if the SEC East weren’t in play.


  5. Argondawg

    Cox is out for the rest of the year with an injured thumb? I don’t think I’ve ever heard that.

    We seem to be considerably more healthy than anyone in the east and we still are struggling mightily. Go figure.


  6. There’s a path to victory by uglying this game up enough, but not if they don’t figure something out on special teams between now and then.

    Don’t turn the ball over, play field position, and cash in with touchdowns when you get the opportunity.

    Basically play the game Vandy played against us.


  7. 69Dawg

    This game could get ugly fast. Maybe not Ole Miss ugly because FU doesn’t have Ole Miss’s QB and receivers but 21 – 0 bad which is bad enough for us to lose.


  8. Macallanlover

    Florida’s offense isn’t scary at all, we should be able to keep it close with a decent chance to pull one out.