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Old 10-12-2010, 07:21 PM   #71
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Miami is going through what FSU went through for the last decade. All the talent is there (probably more talent than FSU has at certain positions, especially receivers), but the coaching stuff is subpar. As long as you guys make a good hire soon, you'll be back pretty quickly. I hope Miami does the right thing and gets better, the ACC needs it. NC State is looking alright, but that's because O'Brien is a good coach, and Russell Wilson is a pretty good quarterback, hopefully they can continue to improve and the ACC can get their sh*t together. GT has good coaching as well. We need more coaches throughout the ACC though before the whole league can really make a statement. Until that happens, GO NOLES!
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Old 10-12-2010, 07:35 PM   #72
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LMAO. This just gets funnier all the time. So, let me get this straight. You have no idea who I am, and you are making assumptions about my mental status based on sh*t that I write on the internet? It's the freaking internet man. Get over yourselves Gator fans. You sure could dish it out when you were winning, why does it surprise you that people are talking smack before and especially after you lose (in embarassing fashion at home I might add)? I dislike Tim Tebow for many reasons beyond football, but I will refrain from mentioning religion so you won't cry about the, "lord."
well, if anyone would know anything about losing at home (in embarassing fashion) it would be you .

and for someone who isn't even playing college ball , you sure are affixed on Tebow still .
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Old 10-12-2010, 08:58 PM   #73
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Don't overlook Kyle Wittingham at Utah. He's a Meyer protege and doing a GREAT job at a small school.

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I've seen his name come up more than once. I did an inspection for a guy who's son is a top 10 guy at his possition in the nation yesterday who has a UM offer who just was not impressed with Randy at all. It looks like Tennessee is going to get a good player next year. The kid is articulate as Tony Gwinn and he runs a 4.4. From what he discribed as the right situation (small town big college) I told him to give Auburn a shot. He has an offer there as well and was interested to know about that area. It was nice to meet a young man like him.
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Old 10-12-2010, 09:15 PM   #74
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The only difference is, when FSU lost at home in the last 10 years, it wasn't all that surprising considering how terrible we were. I never said we weren't bad, but Gator fans acted as if they were invincible, and that Brantley would light up the scoreboard. You guys weren't supposed to lose to LSU, you were supposed to come home all hopped up after getting railed by Bama, and stomp LSU. I bring up Tebow because he was perfect for Meyer's gadget offense. Without a battering ram at quarterback, his offense doesn't work. If he was smart, he'd just have Brantley running drop back and pass type plays instead of trying to run stupid option plays with a QB that isn't built for it. I've seen Jimbo try and run option plays with Ponder this year and I think it's stupid. He's not built for it either. I think it's really funny how when I brought up anything from prior seasons about UF, your immediate comeback was "what have you done for me lately" and how the past doesn't matter. Well, what have the Gators done lately? See you in November.
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gotta agree. aside from the rivalry, florida wants another tebow. comeon they tried a jump pass with him. brantly is a little weenie quarterback. he is built to pass the ball. not run it. i bet it offended him when they called that stupid tebow play
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The only difference is, when FSU lost at home in the last 10 years, it wasn't all that surprising considering how terrible we were. I never said we weren't bad, but Gator fans acted as if they were invincible, and that Brantley would light up the scoreboard. You guys weren't supposed to lose to LSU, you were supposed to come home all hopped up after getting railed by Bama, and stomp LSU. I bring up Tebow because he was perfect for Meyer's gadget offense. Without a battering ram at quarterback, his offense doesn't work. If he was smart, he'd just have Brantley running drop back and pass type plays instead of trying to run stupid option plays with a QB that isn't built for it. I've seen Jimbo try and run option plays with Ponder this year and I think it's stupid. He's not built for it either. I think it's really funny how when I brought up anything from prior seasons about UF, your immediate comeback was "what have you done for me lately" and how the past doesn't matter. Well, what have the Gators done lately? See you in November.
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Old 10-13-2010, 12:10 PM   #76
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the jump pass was from trey burton, not brantley. i'm done talkin trash for a while but he's gonna be big for uf. he's a tebow-type ball player, and he can play everywhere. and don't tell him that he ain't built to run the ball.
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