Today, in long snappahs

Kirby, bringing the inner Vince Dooley:

The Gators are currently eleventh in the conference in passing offense.


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16 responses to “Today, in long snappahs

  1. Just Chuck (The Other One)

    What Kirby failed to point out is that a quarterback who just got sacked isn’t going to throw the ball to anybody. Sure hope the defense shows up for this one.


  2. illini84

    Post season ticket letter in da house!


  3. Castleberry

    does that analysis included their suspended guys?


  4. mwo

    What day this week does Callaway get cleared to play? Do NCAA uniform rules clarify which leg an ankle monitor must be worn on?


  5. Dave

    Still expecting last-minute nod for Malik Zaire, and barrage of bubble screens for the Gator win.


    • Mayor

      Don’t laugh. This is probably exactly what we’ll see on gameday–plus Zaire on QB draws and zone reads.


      • Dave

        I’m as serious as a heart attack, Mr. Mayor. Maybe not MZ starting (but then again, maybe), but I feel like UF coaches don’t think they can win just by being the best version of Florida they can be. SwampDonkey got a twist behind those teeth. Hopefully, it just turns out more like the Faton Bauta Experiment.


        • Uglydawg

          They will run wide and run screens with hurrry up to try and wind the defense..when they sense our side breathing hard, they will throw the deep ball. Jet sweeps, reverses, boot legs, screens… I don’t believe it’s going to be easy, but if talent wins, we win.
          Is Trent T. going to play?


  6. W Cobb Dawg

    It’s true, they do have the best wide outs. But they’re all suspended, injured, or incarcerated.


  7. DoubleDawg1318

    I disagree Kirby. Mizzou has the best wideouts we’ve faced. In fact, they embarrassed us spectacularly a couple of times.


    • Scorpio Jones, III

      Actually, while Mizzou’s guys are good, our defensive backs certainly added to their prowess. That actually embarrassed me more.


    • Macallanlover

      Agree, apparently Kirby missed the film review of Mizzou…and certain plays in the game. Mizzou defintely had the best combinations of receivers and passing QB that we will face in the regular season. Saw something about them scoring 58 points in
      8 1/2 minutes last Saturday, dang. Florida isn’t in that league on offense, and hasn’t been for a couple of decades, and it doesn’t matter who the opponent is.


  8. Go Dawgs!

    That stat can probably be blamed on the quarterbacks. The receivers might be awesome, who knows? You have to be Calvin Johnson-level to overcome that kind of quarterbacking ineptitude.


  9. Brandon

    Florida does have good wideouts, they just haven’t had much luck finding someone to throw it to them consistently and accurately.