MtnGator

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Laugh now, blowhard. What goes around comes around, or are you too young to remember?
I would argue we have more talent than Vanderbilt. Or 1-win USF that we squeaked by.
Doesn't matter if AR can't hit a barn door from 10 yards out. Work the running game hard, unlike last week - letting AR sling it 42 times, but our best two running backs share only 15 carries for 41 yards. The same RBs that got 32 carries for 261 yards against a better SC team that blasted the Vols? Somethings not right. I hope next season we have a proper play-caller.
Would love to see ANYTHING positive, but not expecting a 'W'.
Nash, you strike me as a “happy” Gator? I’m a very disappointed Gator. Any sign of progress shown against T-AM and SC was shot to hell against Vandy. 45 yards rushing against Vanderbilt? Are you sh*tting me?
Sorry homers, the Gators really do suck. We should be playing our best ball in game 11. Vandy did more with less today. We did less with more, that’s on our coaches.
We suck, but hey, nice gameplan coach! Way to unleash that vaunted rushing attack!
Duh! Few teams can “do anything on their own” against the almighty UGlies.
Before Spurrier, when I suffered year after year consecutive humiliating losses to UGA, my feeling was that Jax was indeed south Georgia.
My "high bar" hope is that it's not a shut out. Maybe our PK can nail one from 50.
AR is no better than a C, averaging his excellent A plays against an equal number of baffling F plays. His QB rating is near the bottom of SEC QBs, and he still has more picks than TD passes. And fumbles? I’m thinking C- would be a reach.
Gators' horrendous "D" brings out the star quality in every opposing QB. But even so, Jayden Daniels was very impressive.
What is YOUR definition of blue blood? Please set us straight.
After suffering through game after game of horrid defense, any more wins this season I'll take as an unexpected gift.
Ouch!… but I share your opinion. 3rd and 22? Really? I feel there are teams out there that do more with less than we have, so to me it’s either bad scheme or bad player development. I would love to see any sign of improvement against LSU, but so far it looks like we peaked in Game 1.
Ouch!... but I share your opinion. 3rd and 22? Really? I feel there are teams out there that do more with less than we have, so to me it's either bad scheme or bad player development. I would love to see any sign of improvement against LSU, but so far it looks like we peaked in Game 1.
Gator’s D is painful to watch. Hey Mizzou, down by 14 late? No problem, reel off a 75 yard drive to keep close. Need more? Let the “Bad Anthony” serve you a pick. March relatively uncontested to try to tie the score. 3rd and 22? No problem. Gators were able to foil Mizzou’s OT plans only thanks to the missed PI call on 4th down. Quoting one of the 3rd rate announcers during a typical Mizzou drive: “He was wide open! There wasn’t a (Gator) defender within 10 yards!” Why are opponent receivers running free over and over? Are our players just not very good? Is it our flawed scheme, i.e. flawed coaching? Some teams seem to do a lot better with a lot less. We have shown little if any growth game to game. Okay, I get it, patience is a virtue, first year staff, blah, blah, blah.
I'm as biased a Gator homer as you'll ever find, but Gaffney did drop the ball. I was shocked at the TD call.
Yep, LSU as well as my Gators were once pretty good.