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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by SCColaGator, Jun 8, 2018.
Didn't Mason Halter only get 2 reps on the bench at pro day or combine?
Jeff Driskel's run against Bama, Tenn, LSU and Missouri in 2014 has to be about the worst stretch a QB ever had at UF.
Can't remember, but why did Brock Berlin transfer to Miami? Miami fans initially did not accept him, however, after he beat UF and did his infamous throat slash he was finally accepted and now he is listed in history as one of the best QB of the ' Canes. He currently works in the Ethicon division of Johnson & Johnson where my son works.
He wasn't good enough to beat out Grossman. Not even close.
Don't know how he was @ UF, however, at Miami he was a nice guy, good team player and well liked by coaches and fellow players. Never got into any trouble whatsoever. As previously stated, not well accepted by fans initially until he beat UF. I can understand why Gator fans are not too fond of him. I think I may feel the same if the situation were reversed.
He wasn't very popular @ Miami either. He came down with his brother who plays for the 'Canes and they wouldn't let him in the locker room. He seemed to have a natural ability to irk people.
What? You guys hated him. He lost most of his other big games at Miami except for us and FSU.
You're being a little hard on Cro Magnons, just saying.
Since there's no grudge like an old grudge, I'm going with a couple of golden oldies. Rodney Brewer (see Rutgers 1985), and Tim Groves (run Lindsay run). Both attained a level of catastrophic suckage that deserves special mention in the hall of shame. Both were truly awful, and both cost their respective teams a chance at a possible championship by totally falling apart when we needed a play.
If he or she was a Gator, I can't be a hater. There were obviously some athletes who performed better than others for the Orange & Blue. But they were still Gators and OK in my book.
"Subway" Jack Berry for the obvious reasons.
So funny. I feel kinda bad. I really let that guy have it. ANd he was probably trying as hard as he could. He was just awful. Sorry Dan.
Worst gator of all time? Well, we are all gators, right? I consider myself a gator. Been a gator since I was a little boy in Archer Fla. To me the worst gator is one who trashes current and former players. Aren't there plenty of dwags nulls and other rival azzzholes who will let us know how bad gators are? Yeah yeah, I know its off season but talking sh#t about our own? Lots of players do not live up to all the bllshT hype the scribes and experts spout off to fill space. We would all give a left (or even right) nut to wear the orange and blue and run out of that tunnel. Many of the guys trashed here are wearing an SEC title ring or better. I damn sure got nothing bad to say about guys that contributed to those things. They may have been good team mates or helped us get better in practice or who knows...........but Im a fckn Pollyanna and always will be. Can I get an AMEN, Boss...............and a dislike, .
In terms of maybe the "worst Gators", Jamar Hornsby was certainly up there.
Archer Road Band, baby. Remember them?
I never felt more nervous than when i saw a ball going Wondy Pierre Louis way. Anyone mention him yet? or do we just want to remember that recovery touchdown lol
To be fair Butters failed to tell him he would need to bring his own personal trainer when he transferred in.
He played overseas for a stint, making the Hungary league all star team in 2013. Couldn’t find anything after that, but I didn’t look very hard.
At his expense, of course.
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