Your Daily Gator isn’t living up to the Gator standard.

Florida fans, how y’all holding up?

Emory, you knew the job was dangerous when you took it.

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30 responses to “Your Daily Gator isn’t living up to the Gator standard.

  1. RangerRuss

    Bock! Supergaytard.

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  2. Gaskilldawg

    I beg to differ with your heading. Being jackasses to everyone IS the Gator Standard.

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  3. Derek

    I wouldn’t say “nobody” exactly, but there are too many “somebodies” who act like that and will defend the home team fans when they boo (or worse) their own team, players and coaches. I think its reprehensible. If you want to act like that do it in a NFL stadium where they’re at least getting paid to play.

    Oh, wait…

    Whether that argument has been diminished by NLI or not, my suggestion is to be like me (or CKS) and save your insane, rage-fueled strings of profanities for the opposition.

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  4. chicagodawgfan

    There’s a difference between yelling for or complaining about your team/players and crossing the line to where it becomes personal. Sadly, this happens everywhere in sports. It wasn’t that long ago when I remember some sorry MFers vandalized Aaron Murray’s house and car because they weren’t happy with his performance. Talking about missing open WRs is one thing. Talking bad about someone or their mama just ain’t right.

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  5. moe pritchett

    Just imagine for a second, if your son was a starting quarterback and people were talking about you son in a negative way. That he wasn’t getting the job done…..and he was QB1 on an undefeated #1 ranked team. Yes….I have it first hand that guys parents hear the bullshit talk about their son too. It’s fucking bullshit that some people are like that.

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  6. practicaldawg

    People keep comparing modern Florida to UGA during the Spurrier/Meyer eras. I don’t think it’s accurate because we at least held our shit together after a loss or two. It seems like they routinely from “natty bound!” to full on Chernobyl every few years. Maybe Kirby has done to them what Saban has done to most of the SEC. They look like they’re in a death spiral now.

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  7. Ran A

    Yup… But guess what? That’s the nature of sports today. Especially if your son happens to be one of the top players on the field. Seems like whatever he does, it isn’t good enough for some. The irony being is that it usually comes from a parent who’s son rarely finds the field or never played a lick of football (or whatever the sport is) in their life.

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  8. gastr1

    “Go play intramurals, brother…” –Dan Hawkins

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  9. Whiskey Dawg

    Blue & Orange is the new Orange. Congrats to the Gators; you’re the Vols.

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  10. Opelikadawg

    Everyone would do well to remember that the player they are badmouthing is someone’s son and that someone could be sitting right in front of them. I’ve had that happen with my son before and it’s not a pleasant experience. Fortunately, my son later made a play that pulled everyone’s ass out of the fire and I was able to say to the other guy, ” You were saying …” That was a pleasant experience.

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  11. PTC DAWG

    Act like an adult around other adults. Life will be better.

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  12. Russ

    I learned this lesson (almost) the hard way one year at the Masters. I was at a practice round and Jeff Sluman was coming down the fairway. He was still somewhat unknown at the time and my buddy asked who that was. I was about to make some sarcastic remark about him being some “nobody” that lucked into winning the PGA the previous year. But luckily before I could get my foot fully into my mouth, this nice lady turned around and said “that’s my son Jeff Sluman. He won the PGA last year.” I managed to congratulate her/him and comment on how proud she must be.

    Luckily I wasn’t as clever as I thought and couldn’t choke out anything bad to say before she said something. I’ve tried to never forget that.

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  13. uga97

    Sucking at your job in the public eye is a bitch especially when your coach is the proclaimed QB whisperer.

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  14. godawgs1701

    What the quarterback coach isn’t telling you is that the other Gator fans were telling her to calm down, she was cussing Emory worse than they were on most of those interceptions.

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  15. dawgphan34

    “Social media made y’all way to comfortable with disrespecting people and not getting punched in the face for it.”

    -mike tyson

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  16. iusedtopostasmikecooley

    Now they are talking about hiring a search firm when Mullen is fired because they do t trust their administration. This is too freaking good.

    The rest of them are talking about how much John Gruden would cost. And they’re being serious.

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  17. archiecreek

    There’s a standard????
    Aaron Hernandez said hold my beer!!!

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    • Ran A

      There should be an asterisk for both Natty’s that “Urban” coached. 41 players went to jail during or after their time at Florida. And that’s the one’s that actually got jailed or that we know about.

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