A high school player verbally commits to Florida after his sophomore season in high school. He becomes an all american during his senior season and solidifies the #1 recruiting class in the nation and probably the top class in the history of the school at the time. Then he goes on to be probably my most hated player.
C – Kwame Brown. I do take solace in the fact that we won two national titles in the time you would have been there and you haven’t done shit since your life peaked in high school. To paraphrase Ted from How I Met Your Mother. Kwame, you made a really, really, really bad choice. What were you thinking? You’re just gonna regret this. You know that, right? You are going to regret this, and now there is nothing you can do about it because it’s too late. All you can do now is go up there and start your crappy, disappointing life that will never be nearly as happy as the one you could have had with me. Good-bye.
So how many games in a row can I pick against the Gators? Quite a few apparently. The Gator football team tried to trick me all last year, but I knew better. I never really trusted them after their terrible showing in the first game of the season. The Gator basketball team is doing the same thing. They lost to UCF and Jacksonville, but now they beat Kentucky and Georgia. They want me to trust them, but I know what Gator team is really lurking out there. The team that can’t hit a clutch free throw and relies too much on three pointers is still out there. I am taking the Vols + 5.5 points. Even if the Gators win, this game is going to be a rockfight. Take the points and take the under 130. Neither team is going to get much going on offense and they slug this one out to the tune of 58-56. Let’s home the Gators get the win on the scoreboard.