Category Archives: Gators

Attrition in the Second Chance U recruiting pool

The defense never rests in Gainesville and Knoxville.

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“That’s a big loss to the team.”

If I’m reading this story correctly, Florida could potentially start the 2015 season with only one offensive lineman in its two-deep who’s ever started a collegiate game.

I think I’ve said this before, but if I were in contention to start at quarterback for Florida this season, I don’t know how urgently I’d feel the need for that.  Either that, or I’d better have the best peripheral vision on the planet.  And some legs.

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Tuesday morning buffet

A little of this, a little of that…

  • This is awkward.
  • A.J. Turman’s good spring is getting him some attention.
  • Florida is now down to six healthy scholarship linemen for the final three spring practices, including the spring game Saturday.  Maybe Boom can make another crack about McElwain’s dog.
  • You don’t like how Georgia’s spring scrimmages have gone?  Check out Missouri’s.
  • Speaking of scrimmages, it sounds like Auburn’s got a ways to go to meet it eight bombs a game goal.
  • The Pac-12 ponders furthering its academic mission by going into competition with the likes of IMG.
  • Seth Emerson looks down the stretch of Georgia’s spring practice.

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If you prick Will Muschamp, does he not bleed?

Sounds like Boom isn’t taking kindly to Jim McElwain’s suggestion that the offensive line cupboard was left a little bare.

Muschamp said he was unaware of McElwain’s comments, but Auburn’s defensive coordinator offered a strong rebuttal.

“He said he could coach a dog and win,” Muschamp said. “Heck, (does he) like the dog better than his players?”

Riiight.  Quoting the guy sounds totally unaware.

It’s a damned shame Auburn and Florida don’t face off this year.

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