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Gators in the NFL: 2018 Training Camp Primer

Back when I first started writing this blog, when believe-it-or-not Double-A baseball All-Star Tim Tebow played in the National Football League, I was a fan only. For a year and a half now, I’ve covered the NFL on a regular … Continue reading

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Dissecting The UF-FSU Rivalry

We hear a lot about rivalries in sports. The blind rage and hatred that fans bring to these contests raise them above mere sporting spectacle. For many fan bases, a loss to a rival can ruin an entire season. On … Continue reading

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Loss of Burrito Bros. is Devastating

Primo Beef and Bean Burrito. Black Beans. Lettuce. Cheese. Red Sauce. So simple. A staple of my life for so many years. And now like so many of the good things in this world, gone too soon. So long Burrito … Continue reading

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Meet Gators 2015 QB Commit Sheriron Jones

In Southern California this year, a historic quarterback class is the story of the high school football season. Three of the top four quarterbacks and five of the top 10 in Scout’s 2015 national rankings play in the CIF Southern … Continue reading

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Hey Herbie, Bowl Games are Exhibitions

By now, everyone has seen Kirk Herbstreit’s absolute meltdown upon learning that Northern Illinois had cracked the BCS code and was ruining the sanctity of the bowl selection process. As usual, ESPN overreacted and became part of the story. The … Continue reading

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Gators Look Out, It’s a Trap

It has been a long time since the Swamp rocked like it did on Saturday night and Gator fans strutted around with their heads held high. Gator Nation hasn’t felt that level of joy and pride in its team since … Continue reading

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October is Back for the Gators (and Chipper and the Braves)

October has a certain feel to it for most of us. Sure there are the trite harbingers across the country of cooler weather, school in session everywhere and tasty Oktoberfest beers on the grocery store shelves. But for me, there … Continue reading

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Why is This Gators’ 4-0 Start Better Than Previous Years?

Before Saturday’s game was even over, the tweets started pouring out of Gator Nation: We won’t be able to run the ball like this against LSU Those Driskel passes will be interceptions against LSU Can’t make those mistakes against LSU … Continue reading

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This Week’s OTB Top 25… Lane Kiffin is Still a Douchebag

We are so damn late with this week’s Top 25 that it is basically pointless to even look back at all. But in case you hadn’t noticed, we’re not professionals here. Sometimes, the day jobs, the kids, the drinking, get … Continue reading

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Thank You Jordan Jones

There is someone in the Gator athletic community that I want to introduce you all to. You’ll be mad at me for doing this, but I’m going to introduce you to her WAY too late for you to appreciate her. … Continue reading

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