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I trust Sankey. I'm not a fan of t. u. joining at all. Loved TAMU joining, they seemed they are just a natural SEC fit. OU and Okie St. I would be fine with, but Texas just reeks of entitlement. But Sankey sees the writing on the wall and knows he has to get in front of this. Adding t. u. and OU will make the SEC the most powerful conference and only the BIG 10 will be close.
UTs problem is Phil Fulmer's ego. UT is still a top 15 scholl to coach at, IMO. But Fulmer is gonna do it his way or the highway, by God! I don't know what the answer is at UT, but I think they are stuck with Pruitt for another year.
Didn't they say they were only considering guys who were sitting HC's? Or at least HC experience? Didn't want to hire a coordinator was my impression. I think Napier would be a good choice, but would require some patience. My gut feeling is Freeze stays at Liberty. He's making good money, fans base loves him, and a lot less pressure. Plus there is no way of knowing if the SEC will even let him come back yet. SEC is very prickly with coaches who have serious NCAA infractions on their resume.
That's hilarious. I have a feeling we are going to be seeing that bottle for a long, long time. Go Gators!
Same goes with the great defensive minds. They have a relatively simple concept but they practice it over and over until it becomes second nature. Then you rely on the playmakers to read and adjust to what they see.
Great breakdown by Rodgers. But this is a basic concept of the truly great offenses, IMO. Someone mentioned Leach having 7-10 plays... I listened to that interview and Leach said it was all about timing and the QB knowing where his receiver was going to be when he released the ball. Know who preached this concept 20 years ago? Steve Spurrier. Danny Wuerffel consistently threw to empty patches of field knowing that was where his receivers would be when the ball got their.It was a basic concept. The difference is the greats have those screwy sandlot plays in their pocket.
Ahhh.... just watched the wide version of that play. Cover was playing press right up on the line and Grimes just knocked him on his butt. So that was just pick your receiver for Trask. Either would have been a walk in TD.
Anyone else notice all his face masks he never wore. Monday presser looks like a Gator one. During the game he started in LSU colors, one yellow, one purple. Then after the half he had switched to what I swear were UCF colors. He finished in a black one. Anyone else notice this? Is he sending subtle jabs to schools that never considered him?
That block allowed that play to happen as much as anything. Great job by Pierce.
Definitely. Trask saw the safety hedging up for the blitz and knew he would have Pitts in one on one. I'll have to watch again, but I'm not sure when the CB on Grimes shifted over when he realized Pitts was getting the ball. Regardless, great read by Trask.
You literally copy/pasted this from another thread you posted on here. And added nothing important in either. As far as Bennett being as good as Trask, check back in when he throws for 6 TDs in a game.
Unless the gubmint forbids it, I guarantee you there will be football this fall. Just too much money involved. Most colleges athletic departments are wholly funded by football revenue. College literally cannot afford to not have some sort of football season. Even if it 5 games that don't really count towards anything, the TV execs will pay to put it on because they know people will watch. I'm not sure what kind of season we will have or if we will even have a national champion or conference champions declared, but there will be some games played.
Ehh.... they aren't horrible, although I don't really like the white on white look. Certainly seen much worse.
If you're going to include couches, really gotta consider UT's Pat Summitt. She was absolutely dominant in her sport and taken from us way to soon. But Walker, Tebow, Barkley, and just to be a Gator homer and to throw another sport into this, Abby Wambach.
The Freak was amazing, but my favorite Gator on the defensive side has to be Wilbur Marshall. Man, that guy was scary. Absolute game changer.
Thank goodness someone included Hershel. This is coming from a die hard, bleed orange and blue, name my dogs after Gator players and coaches, Hershel is the most amazing college athlete I have ever seen. Tebow is a close second and Bo is in the discussion, but I have to go with Hershel.
Yeah, this list is seriously flawed. Pearl is better than every bball coach on this list except Calipari, and I would leave that open to debate. And Gus is better than Stoops, much as I like Stoops for what he has done. And, as much as I like Ogeron, LSU can't make this list because Wade is walking a real short plank right now. The hammer is coming and he will be out.
Ummm.... why would an article posted in the University of Florida part of the site not be expected to be biased towards the University of Florida? And the article is clearly about the University of Florida and it's coaching staff and is targeting University of Florida fans. Not sure what the disconnect is there, LhU....
I am constantly amazed by the level of fixation and jealousy that UGA fans seem to have for UF. I mean, there is trolling and then there is obsession. It's just weird, TBH.
At least Smith occasionally says something relevant. Cowherd whole career is based on hot-takes and pot-stirring. He's the Don Imus of the sports radio world.
The Pounceys have never been shy about voicing their opinions. I'm glad he stood up and said it.
Statistically speaking, for all the accolades given to Auburn's D, they aren't producing that much. 94th in blitz success, 98th in 3rd and long success rate. Good against the run, I guess, but if Trask gets time, he can pick apart that Auburn secondary. I think it will be close and down to the wire, but I can see it going either way. And don't count out Florida's D. They hammer Nix enough and we may see a couple pick-6.