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Best Posts in Thread: ***OFFICIAL GAME THREAD: UF vs Texas A&M***
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I'm confident that Grantham is going to have these guys ready. You think he opens up the whole defensive playbook for cupcakes like Ol Miss and the chimpcawks? Of course not. You'll see, we are gonna be lights out of defense today. It might even be a shutout. We don't pay that guy over a million bucks a year for nothing.
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People picked up on your lead and started coming up with clever names for our opponents. The world has been a better place ever since. Thank you, law.
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Dan Mullen was pissed post game in College Station. But his reaction to the crowd noise at Kyle Field has sort of the same vibe that McElwain's comment about getting death threats had. Mullen called out the UF administration by saying Governor DeSantis saying crowds at stadiums in the state of Florida can now go to maximum capacity. Mullen is making a direct threat to to the fuchtards in Tigert Hall by saying he wants to pack the Swamp with 90,000 fans. You can hear the echoes of what Mullen is really saying to the administration. Reading between the lines I can hear Mullen saying that the administration has not given its full support to his football program whether it's spending on facilities or loosening the rules on recruiting. There is division between Mullen and Tigert Hall and it came out Saturday.
Whatever it means Mullen has now put the UF administration on the spot and they will have to answer him soon. I know that it is not a good thing to publicly challenge the people who write your paycheck. I think Fuch's answer, knowing how liberal and politically correct he is, will be "No Sir" on the 90,000 fans in The Swamp. Mullen is going to have to back down. We will see. Whatever, it seems Mullen has drawn a line in the sand with the Administration over his post game comments at Kyle Field.
Just like McElwain couldn't produce any evidence of creditable death threats, Mullen can't blame the loss to Texas A & M on the crowd noise. Mullen, like McElwain, went public in an attempt to sabotage his boss without stopping to think and letting your emotions calm down. You clear things with the boss first. To do otherwise speaks of insubordination. Yeah, Mullen was pissed. But now Fuchs is going to be pissed.
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