Tag Archives: Steve Spurrier

Muschamp is Gators Real Super Sophomore

Earlier this year, I made the case that Jeff Driskel needed to join the amazing second-year quarterback legacy at Florida for the Gators to have a great season. I’ll have more on this in a moment, but the real second-year … Continue reading

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Is this Hell? Is this 1979? Gators Worst Season Ever… for now

I became a Florida fan in 1991. I lived in South Florida my first 17 years and was inundated with Miami and Florida State coverage throughout the 1980s. I wasn’t a fan of either program but the Gators weren’t on … Continue reading

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Revisionist History: Has Urban Meyer become Anakin Skywalker?

I have no expectations that upon completion of reading this post that I will sway your opinion one way or the other. At this point, you have likely decided how you feel about the Coach and you’ve made your stand … Continue reading

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The First and The Best

Ah, Championship Saturday.  Born of southern persuasion in 1992 on a cold, rainy afternoon at historic (dilapidated) Legion Field near SEC headquarters in Birmingham.  College football had experienced nothing like it:  A Saturday solely devoted to determining a conference champion, … Continue reading

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Lost’s Sideways World – Spurrier stayed at Florida

What if… One of the greatest TV shows ever completed its run earlier this year. In Lost’s final season, an alternate universe was played out simultaneously with the current one. You were given a glimpse of the lives of the … Continue reading

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