Make UF Great Again
Yeah, I do not understand the value of adding two more teams.
I think most believed that Franks had a higher ceiling for his talent as compared to Trask. Also, Franks was a better fit with Mullen's system. I think Franks still had issues with stress and the pressure of the moment that is holding him back from reaching his potential. Trask also had issues in the beginning with holding onto the ball too long. Trask's first 2 or 3 games he fumbled quite a bit because he wasn't willing to throw it away or take off running either. He has gotten better and time has proved he is the better QB of the two for sure, but as UGADAWG78 said "Sometimes you never know how someone will play until you put them in."
I think Florida beats Oklahoma in a match up this season. Trask would be able to move the ball through the air with ease against their defense. I think Oklahoma would score too, but I think Florida's defense (if healthy) would make enough plays to win the game.
I mean opinions vary but same thing was said when Florida started out the season in the Top 10...
Don't you put that evil on us Danny Kanell
I started cursing the second I read he was calling our game
Yeah, it is the mobile website... it lines up funny on some phones. Mine looked like it was saying the Gator Bowl as well at first glance.
The noon kickoffs suck... I find myself conflicted about pulling for FSU to finish strong... I do love their misery but at the same time if they finished out strong we may not finish the season with another noon kickoff...
See South Carolina is copying Florida once again... Next thing you know they are going to fire Muschamp and hire Butter teeth
I don't believe it is really regressing if in 2 out of 3 games are top 10 opponents and are in 2 of the toughest environments in all of college football. I think he is playing like a true freshman... There are going to be bright spots (especially against weaker competition) and rough patches when he is truly challenged. We are too quick to anoint or condemn young QBs based off a handful of games. Time will tell if he can develop and get better.
Florida WR Tyrie Cleveland responds to David Pollack’s comments on missed calls in South Carolina game
It might be because the character limit on twitter
For only the sake of accuracy Mizzou only ate UF's lunch the last two years. 3 Years ago UF won 40-14
According to their own Dawgnation website they fly out of Athens every year the day before the game.
OBC is allowed an error or two. I blame it on his time in South Carolina.
I disagree with the sentiment that its basically a home game for the Gators. The stadium is split in half. As far as travel goes, obviously yes it is closer but Georgia flies and Florida takes the bus so it is about the same travel time. For the fans yeah its closer for the Gators but I would also argue there are more Georgia fans in Jacksonville area than there are Gator fans in Atlanta (from my experience).... All that said I would have no issue with a Jacksonville/Atlanta trade off every year... I think the city of Jacksonville is going to give up everything it can to keep it here for the revenue it brings in though.
Yeah, SDS did the same thing with the headlines last week with Auburn as well...
I would agree with that I was just answering this person's question.
I wouldn't count on Trask's experience with crowd noise. Kentucky may have been sold out but it wasn't very noisy. I was shocked by how quiet it actually was (My first trip to Kroger field) Even if the Wildcat fans were going nuts it wouldn't compare to LSU level noise. I have been to Death Valley and while I can complain about some of the hospitality the crowd noise was beyond impressive. One of the few stadiums I have absolute respect for...
Neutral site game against Miami and away game vs Kentucky
haha I agree... I would be in the same boat with UGA gear lol
Yeah, honestly it stung a little to see that on the recruiting trip... but hey it is for his son so I get it.
Right... and class and sophistication is what comes to mind when people think of LSU... oh wait no that is corndogs
Yeah the former AD didn't do us any favors with the upkeep of the stadium and facilities. He got us a lot of wins in a lot of sports but its crazy how little they have done for the football fans besides raise ticket prices. The west stand's concourse (Alumni sections) were renovated a few seasons ago and are nice. The student section concourse looks the same it did in the 80's and 90's... (at least the last time I was over there which was two seasons ago) The new AD is making renovations a priority and rumor is the stadium will get overhauled in the next 5 years or so to get more fans to attend regularly.
The crowds have certainly changed in the Swamp over the years. Big games the crowds show up but those crazy fans just aren't as common any more. I think the end of the Meyer, Muschamp, and Butterteeth eras have made the fan base a little testy. It has moments where it reminds me of the 90's, but the fans are about as inconsistent as some of our teams have been. There is always that potential because of the design of the stadium, but the fans just need to take it up a notch.
1st, it wasn't a homicide. 2nd, he was cleared and the shooter was a black male with dreads. 3rd, the "witness" that fingered Hernandez recanted and stated he didn't actually see the shooting and fingered Hernandez because they had a run in at the club with each other.
I was there myself in 95. Went back to Atlanta that night and saw the Braves win game 6 and the World Series, and watched Emmitt Smith and the Cowboys destroy the Falcons on Sunday. Quite the sports weekend in Ga.
DSGB11 - Shouldve went in 94 if you were around.. it was a madhouse. I also got to see the game played in Athens in 95...