The Scribe

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Egads. Please, not another "dual threat". Have we learned nothing? "Dual threats" are good at running and decent-at-best at passing but excel at neither. Our only excellent quarterback in the last several years has been a big slow pocket passer who could understand the offense and see the field. All the others sucked.
Ohio State and Notre Dame get all the media love every preseason. I recall a few years ago when the SEC was in the middle of a National Championhsip tear, I turned on ESPN and you know what they were discussing? Whether the best football conference was the Big 10! I kid you not. It's a simple game, really. Ohio State and Notre Dame (and Michigan when palatable) get overranked every preseason in the hope they can compete for a national championship, and to help that along, their opponents get overranked too, so when they beat a "ranked" team it aids the hype, and if they lose to the "ranked" team it's less damaging to the hype.
It's déjà vu all over again. Another season, another hyping and overranking of Ohio State.
What do you mean by "biased"? He can't like a white quarterback?
Unfortunately, based on my exerience with Miami fans and as a Florida fan (and double alumnus), I find that the most obnoxious college football fans never studied at their "school".
So Coach Michael Desormeaux has a firm policy of NOT taking any transfers TO Louisiana, right?
You're the joke. An illiterate hick from the bayou.
I retain information very well. It's part of my education and work. Alas, I don't have the time, or the inclination, to edify you.
"Napier has not retained any of the 10 on-field assistants from the previous coaching staff." Seems to me like it would be a good idea to retain at least a few, to provide continuity to the players.
I'm not going to spend hours searching for comments by idiots from the 2019 season and prior to the 2020 season to educate you.
I have three degrees from UF. I love the school. I don't like the pattern of all-but-one failed coaching hires since Spurrier left.
SDS has a very limited and poor search function. That SDS article though nicely summarizes what much of the thinking was about Emory before he flamed out. Emory starting in 2020, Emory 2020 Heisman candidate, etc. I remember it distinctly, here and at 24/7 Swamp, etc. Take your vitamins; it might improve your memory.
"Pierce graded out as the nation’s best running back in the 2021 regular season, per Pro Football Focus." Yeah, well, also per Pro Football Focus before the 2021 season: "Pro Football Focus listed Jones as the No. 6 overall selection to the Philadelphia Eagles in its latest 2022 NFL mock draft."
After 4 years of Mullen recruits the Gators should have had enough talent to beat UCF with Mickey Mouse filling in as head coach. So much for Mullen's recruiting skills.
From SDS article: "Pro Football Focus listed Jones as the No. 6 overall selection to the Philadelphia Eagles in its latest 2022 NFL mock draft." BWAHAHAHAHAHA
That's what Mullen thought. It's why he went after Emory over Matt Corral, who had committed to Florida.
But ... but ... EJ should have started over Trask in 2020! ... Remember that one? ... LMAO
He needs to recruit pro-style quarterbacks. Remember when a lot of you before the 2020 season were saying Emory Jones should start over Kyle Trask? Bwahahaha.
BS. I read that here and in other Gators forums.
Remember when a lot of you before the 2020 season were saying Emory Jones should start over Kyle Trask? Bwahahaha.
Remember when a lot of you before the 2020 season we’re saying Emory Jones should start over Kyle Trask? Pepperidge Farm remembers.