***OFFICIAL GAME THREAD: UF vs Alabama***

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Bama first drive: play action over the top to beat Helm for six.

UF first drive: play action by EJ leads to pick six for Bama.

Gators down 14-0 within three minutes.
And then AR comes in and saves the day??
 

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oh no. Dan will let us bleed out until we’re down four scores. Then AR will get rolled trying to lead a team that has given up and Dan can say neither qb performed well.
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I miss this stuff! Especially when he did it and then beat down who he did it to come game time.
 

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oh no. Dan will let us bleed out until we’re down four scores. Then AR will get rolled trying to lead a team that has given up and Dan can say neither qb performed well.

I recognize your valid frustration LT, but I don't think that there will come a time when any coach can honestly say that AR did not perform well. The amazing things AR has so smoothly done so far, he's done with a coach that does not have "first string faith" in him. Mullen does not practice AR as the top QB. Mullen's gameplan is customized around the athlete he thinks EJ is.!!?? AR is Mullen's afterthought QB.

PS >> I know it all was versus FAU and USF but no teams have been bad enough to yield QB ratings as high as AR has achieved. I see no evidence to doubt that AR would be able to keep TD drives alive against the big-wigs. And how much "come along" improvement will the WR crew & the RB crew be inspired to by a QB like AR. (Grantham tangles-down so many on defense.)

EJ is Filipe in this scenario.
 

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I recognize your valid frustration LT, but I don't think that there will come a time when any coach can honestly say that AR did not perform well. The amazing things AR has so smoothly done so far, he's done with a coach that does not have "first string faith" in him. Mullen does not practice AR as the top QB. Mullen's gameplan is customized around the athlete he thinks EJ is.!!?? AR is Mullen's afterthought QB.

PS >> I know it all was versus FAU and USF but no teams have been bad enough to yield QB ratings as high as AR has achieved. I see no evidence to doubt that AR would be able to keep TD drives alive against the big-wigs. And how much "come along" improvement will the WR crew & the RB crew be inspired to by a QB like AR. (Grantham tangles-down so many on defense.)

EJ is Filipe in this scenario.

rog, we’re dealing with a man who would never have given Kyle Trask a shot without Franks getting his ankle snapped off….
 

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Youre an idiot. Im honestly embarrassed that they allow you to wear orange and blue.

But at least you are a consistent idiot. You say the same stupid shut about every turd coach we hire.

And yet, I still love you, Corch, like the windowlicking special cousin you are.
 
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And then AR comes in and saves the day??

I wish that could happen but it is not possible and Satan knows it. Satan will watch 5 minutes of our tape and will have seen all he needs to see. The TD pass that AR threw will be lesson one for the Bama players. Satan knows and believes that no team can consistently drive the ball down the field on his defense. He will stress not to fall for any QB movements and to stick to your responsibility. He trusts his front 4 to control the LOS and is all too happy to allow the opposing QB to have his designed runs. He does not want to get beaten with numerous big plays. And if by some miracle UF finds some consistency, he knows Cousin Eddie is too stoopid to stick with it. If you think USF had a an easy time watching EJ stare down receivers, imagine how much fun the Bama secondary will have. And if you have noticed b/c AR is such a strong run threat, his pass completions come off QB run fakes or QB movement. Cousin Eddie does not trusts AR enough to allow him to try and run pocket passing plays. Hell EJ can't do it and he has been here 4 years.

BTW USF's 2 INT's were made by DB's breaking on the ball. Sure EJ stared down his targets, but why can we never have a DB make a play, rather than having a ball thrown to him? Hell we let a guy get behind a safety coming off their own 1 yard line. Some things never change.
 
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I wish that could happen but it is not possible and Satan knows it. Satan will watch 5 minutes of our tape and will have seen all he needs to see. The TD pass that AR threw will be lesson one for the Bama players. Satan knows and believes that no team can consistently drive the ball down the field on his defense. He will stress not to fall for any QB movements and to stick to your responsibility. He trusts his front 4 to control the LOS and is all too happy to allow the opposing QB to have his designed runs. He does not want to get beaten with numerous big plays. And if by some miracle UF finds some consistency, he knows Cousin Eddie is too stoopid to stick with it. If you think USF had a an easy time watching EJ stare down receivers, imagine how much fun the Bama secondary will have. And if you have noticed b/c AR is such a strong run threat, his pass completions come off QB run fakes or QB movement. Cousin Eddie does not trusts AR enough to allow him to try a run pocket passing plays. Hell EJ can't do it and he has been here 4 years.

BTW USF's 2 INT's were made by DB's breaking on the ball. Sure EJ stared down his targets, byt why can we never have a DB make a play, rather than having a ball thrown to him? Hell we let a guy get behind a safety coming off their own 1 yard line. Some things never change.
I mean...you could have just said no :lol:
 

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BTW USF's 2 INT's were made by DB's breaking on the ball. Sure EJ stared down his targets, but why can we never have a DB make a play, rather than having a ball thrown to him? Hell we let a guy get behind a safety coming off their own 1 yard line. Some things never change.

huh? The Elam pick yesterday was a break on the ball and was a spectacular pick.
 

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huh? The Elam pick yesterday was a break on the ball and was a spectacular pick.

It was a great catch but it was not a break on the ball in front of a receiver. He was behind the receiver and the throw was wide. slight difference. But it was a nice catch either way.
 

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This is a good time for the seniors and older players to call a meeting with mullen and discretely ask him "what the ****?" He expects them to put the work in and prepare for bama when their own coach won't give them a chance to win the game? He'll, even Dexter tweet he didn't get it either. The players are getting frustrated. After AR's last TD 4 or 5 players from the defense ran over to check on him. He already has the team. Nobody just seems to know just wtf is going on.
 

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