Tag Archives: Urban Meyer

Jeremy Foley Speaks to Bourbon Meyer

An Afternoon with Gator Nation’s “Man Behind the Curtain” Over the years and the amount of Gator Sports events I’ve had the opportunity to attend, I’ve always joked with Mrs. Franchise, that one day I’d like to get a half … Continue reading

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2010 Gators Season in Review

Each season of the Urban Meyer era, I have given my own name to the “Season in Review video” that would be put out. The seasons/titles were as follows: – “Flag on the Play: The 2005 Florida Gators” – “1st … Continue reading

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Why Florida will miss Steve Addazio

Florida became allergic to the end zone this year, suffering from severe shakes anytime they approached the red zone. On the rare occasions they fought through those ailments and broke inside the 20, the symptoms ramped up to the point … Continue reading

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Muschamp’s Defensive Recruitment is Down Right Offensive

Urban Meyer was putting together another top rated recruiting class before his not so abrupt resignation, and to his credit, in Will Muchamp’s first few days as head football coach he shored up and reaffirmed many of those commitments. But … Continue reading

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RIP Florida and Urban Meyer (2005-2010)

The sudden resignation of Urban Meyer earlier this week set off a feeding frenzy of rumor, speculation and idiocacy across the web. Everyone with a pulse has put forth candidates for Jeremy Foley. Gator Nation is enjoying this, feeling good about themselves … Continue reading

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Revamped Spread? And New BM Top 25

The spread offense’s proliferation over the past decade has transformed the college landscape. Most dramatically, the SEC has embraced it and transformed itself from a smash-mouth, run-first league into a place where dynamic offenses are the norm. The hiring of … Continue reading

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Gators Haven’t Seen These Depths in a While (and a New Top 25)

The earliest any of our Florida memories go is the mid to late 80s. The oldest among us were hitting puberty and trying to survive the early years of high school so the memories are foggy at best. We know … Continue reading

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Hey Media, Shutup about Chris Rainey

Bourbon Meyer is a group of old friends who (admittedly) love Gator Sports.  After news broke of Urban Meyer’s decision to reinstate Chris Rainey to the team a bunch of media pundits started weighing in.  Typically we don’t like to backlink to articles that … Continue reading

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The Ghosts of Tim Couch and Cam Newton (and a new BM Top 25)

Early in the 1996 season, Gators fans were riding high. Despite the embarrassing end to the previous season, there were signs ’96 was going to be special. Florida had the look. With Sonny Beam and Sam McCorkle in attendance, the Gators … Continue reading

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Les Miles Course in Time Management

For all the grief Florida’s been receiving regarding their offense, play calling, and inability to put up 300 yards of passing in the 1st half ala Rex Grossman and Danny Wuerffel…how come Les Miles isn’t being crucified by all those … Continue reading

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