Hope springs eternal.

This is a weird question.

I thought Florida fans believed college football didn’t start until 1990.


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17 responses to “Hope springs eternal.

  1. No, they broke the rules at the time. Reggie Bush has more of a leg to stand by trying to use the $Cam excuse than NLI.


    • Derek

      Reggie, Florida, Auburn, Charley Pell, Clemson, Logan Young and the old-SWC were just college football’s version of Rosa Parks by violating a set of unjust rules in the interest of a greater good.

      Personally, I’m glad that we’ve advanced to the point where we can all recognize that Auburn, rather than the outlaw scumbags some portray them to be, was, and has always been, a trailblazer for economic justice.


  2. 81Dog

    Does Pat call this The 1984 Project?


    • Down Island Way

      Hey Pat, get some different friends with better questions to ask about…friggin’ doofus…


  3. Ran A

    That kind of stupid is just going to be out there and on occasion Pat Dooley can provide some excellent “stupid”


  4. Harold Miller

    You can reinstate the 1985 team, but the score in the WLOCP will still remain UGA 24 Lizards 3.

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    • godawgs1701

      Correction: UGA 24, #1 ranked Lizards 3.

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    • sniffer

      The week of the game, the St Pete Times ran an article about the “Great Wall of Florida” (offensive line) and whether UF was good enough to beat the TB Bucs. No shit. Delirium and stupidity ran wild. I remember the smirks and smiles from UF fans walking into the Gator Bowl that day but can’t recall their responses to the loss…

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  5. uga97

    How bout can Emmert stand at a podium and make public apologies to Todd Gurley and A.J. Green and hand them both those giant checks returning their money? Asking for a friend….

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  6. Just seeing a picture of the Head Ball Sack raises my blood pressure significantly…fuck that motherfucker and all of jort nation.

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