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From this Rivals article on today’s storylines:
…but the biggest question about Florida’s class is about whether Urban Meyer and company can surpass the record-setting 2006 class signed by Pete Carroll at USC.
Record-setting seems like an odd word for that class. Let’s examine what actually happened in the true reality of real life that is not Rivals’ massive virtual snake oil distillery!
I’ll admit that though Tim Tebow is probably the best land-based athlete the University of Florida has had this decade (I see you, Ryan Lochte), my favorite is still Joakim Noah, who made up in height, boundless happiness, and purported capacity for free thought for what his reign lacked in length, relative to the Tebowverlord.
(What that has to with Noah being a Tebow fan, and a huge one, I don’t know. But I needed to say it.) Continue reading
A note: This blog is going to be Gator-heavy for this season. And I may be trying out Posterisks. For both of these things, I apologize in advance.
Word from Gator Country ($) is that the Gators’ no-huddle package, deployed sparingly in the steamrolling of Charleston Southern, is called either “banzai” or “bonzai” or “bansai” or something. (Gator Bytes confirms this.)
What it should be called*, in any case, is scary. Continue reading