C’mon, Gators, you can do better than this.
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Snowflakes do exist in Florida.
What do you suppose Chauncey Gardener tweeted?
“I like to watch”
“This is just like television, only you can see much further.”
“Have you seen Rafael?”
Russ gets the award for best obscure reference. I had totally forgotten.
“If I see Rafael, I will relay your message.”
Literally, the only thing I like about Florida is that they have a player named Chauncey Gardener.
I can just see him now, standing in front of that statue, furiously punching the “channel” button on his remote.
Referring to that as vandalism is a bit of a stretch…I’m sure even SOS got a chuckle out of it…
“You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”
Much ado about nothing!
Just go beat the brakes off of them like you did Michigan.
Great, now there’s orange in my browser history. Did ya have to link it, couldn’t just posted the pic?
When lame is all you got, lame will have to do.
It doesn’t take a lot creativity to Baker Mayfield that flag on the 50 and outfit Spurrier with a funnel, a hose, and a TEAM121 trashcan.
THAT would get the message across.
Come on Vols, you can do better than this.
What’s next? I fart in your general direction. Sheesh. This is so lame.
“Vandalize what we’ve earned”? I am rolling my eyes so hard right now that it may temporarily disrupt the earth’s rotation.
Steve Spurrier earned that statue. This year’s team, on the other hand, has earned a 16-point beatdown from Michigan and not a whole lot else.
SOS nursed a grievance against Bill Stanfill and the Georgia D from the ’66 game into a Hall of Fame Career and hanging half-a-hundred on us in Athens…we once nursed Patrick Fain Dye challenging our manhood on something called the Paul Finebaum Radio Show as motivation to face Alabama…juice is juice (fake or not) as long as it works.
That statue is now a symbol of racism and must come down..
“... Shoot, why does anybody who’s ever won something do it again? Because it’s cool. So, let’s go do it again. Let’s see if we’ve got what it takes.” -- Stetson Bennett, The Athletic, 3/22/22
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