Sorry, Dawg fans. But Gators look like the class of the SEC East again

 It was a busy weekend of Spring Football. So what did we learn?

 1. SEC East opponents who are expecting—or hoping—for a huge drop off at Florida may be disappointed. Of course Florida will not be as good this season as the past two seasons when the Gators went 26-2. The personnel losses—QB Tim Tebow, CB Joe Haden, DE Carlos Dunlap, LB Brandon Spikes, TE Aaron Hernandez—are just too great. But Florida clearly has its quarterback in John Brantley, who completed 15 of 19 passes for 201 yards in the spring game. The Gators obviously have a lot of guys who can catch the ball like Andre Dubose, a big time recruit who sat out last season after hamstring surgery, Carl Moore and Chris Rainey. They have two options to run the “Tebow package” in Trey Burton and tight end Jordan Reed. Yes, there is a lot of work to do on defense. But when you look at the schedule, Florida will be favored in every game it plays except for an Oct. 2 trip to Alabama and possibly a Nov. 27 trip to Florida State. The rest of the SEC East has even more issues than the Gators. Somebody in that division, like Georgia or South Carolina, is going to have to step up. Florida is coming back to the field this  season, but not that much.

 

2. It’s official. Tennessee is building for the long haul. Dave Hooker of the Knoxville News-Sentinel made this point over the weekend and I agree with it. The departure of quarterback Nick Stephens, who was losing his first team snaps, is further confirmation that new Tennessee coach Derek Dooley is in the process of changing the football culture back to something more stable and reliable than the blip of the Lane Kiffin area. The coaching staff pretty much knew Stephens was not going to be the guy, but at least he had played. They could have given him enough snaps to keep him in the program for insurance for this season.

 Whereas the Kiffin regime was all about selling Tennessee as the Southern Cal of the East and as a spring board to the NFL, Dooley wants to create a more stable environment and sell the entire experience at Tennessee: program, tradition, education, football, etc. I still think that approach can work with NFL obsessed teenagers and parents if it is sold correctly.

But it is a long-term approach that requires patience. Will the Tennessee fans have patience? The Tennessee fans I talk to absolutely know the deal and are prepared for the struggle ahead. It will be an interest process to watch.

 

3. All Clemson can do is wait for June: This much seems pretty clear after Clemson’s spring game on Saturday. If Kyle Parker returns as the Tiger quarterback, Dabo Swinney’s bunch can win the ACC Atlantic division for the second straight year. Despite a practice schedule interrupted from time to time by his commitment to the Clemson baseball team, Parker completed seven of 15 passes for 75 yards in the spring game. The numbers don’t tell Parker’s story. His presence does. Parker is expected to have a big decision to make after the Major League Draft in June. If the up-front money is good, does he walk away from college football and turn the job over to redshirt freshman Tajh Boyd? Boyd, who was once committed to Tennessee, is going to be a very good quarterback. He just isn’t ready right now.

 

4. Stephen Garcia would be wise to do a lot of throwing—and a lot of thinking—this summer. As a third-year starter you would think that the light is starting to come on for South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia. Unfortunately for the star-crossed junior there continues to be a short between his talented arm and his less than finely tuned decision making process. After Saturday’s spring game, a time when a quarterback with 16 starts should be in control, head coach Steve Spurrier refused to even acknowledge Garcia as the starter. “Stephen should be our best player but sometimes he doesn’t act like it or perform like it,” Spurrier told The State newspaper in Columbia. My advice to the young man: Don’t go to the beach this summer. Don’t go out partying with your friends. Spend every free moment throwing to your receivers and watching film.  In other words, work on your game. Your head coach thinks you’re lazy and has made it clear that he will not go into this season with you as the only option at quarterback. Spurrier once benched Danny Wuerffel, 1996 the Heisman Trophy winner. If freshman Connor Shaw proves to be a viable option, the Head Ball Coach will bench you.

 

5. A healthy Christian Ponder will contend for the Heisman Trophy: Ponder, Florida State’s rising senior quarterback, was playing as well as anybody in the country last November when he decided to tackle Clemson safety DeAndre McDaniel during an interception return. The monster hit caved in Ponder’s right shoulder and he was done for the year. There was some concern that he might not be ready for spring ball, but last Saturday he completed 16 of 34 passes for 266 yards and two touchdowns in the spring game. Despite missing the last four games of the 2009 season, Ponder led the ACC in total offense with an average of 321.8 yards. “He’s gotten better every day that he has been on our campus,” head coach Jimbo Fisher told me. “He knows exactly what he is doing out there.” With a veteran offensive line and improving receivers, I think this guy is going to have a monster year.

 

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Gen Neyland

April 12th, 2010
9:15 am

From KNS :

UT fans repeatedly have confirmed their loyalty with 90,000-plus crowds. That’s not lost on all the players.

Senior quarterback Nick Stephens, who quit UT’s football team Thursday, provided a testament to Vols fans in an interview with colleague Dave Hooker.

“It’s almost to the point that it’s almost surprising how supportive they are because of the bad times we’ve had and the success that we haven’t given to them,” he said. “I want to thank them for everything they’ve done.”

Stephens is right. UT fans should be commended for their support.

Typical Gator Fan

April 12th, 2010
9:17 am

Finally, an article I can comment on and actually be on subject. Work ‘em, Silly Gators!!!

SOUTHGADAWG88

April 12th, 2010
9:17 am

The FLA spring game means about as much as the UGA spring game.Nothing.They have lost a lot of playmakers and have a new Defensive staff to boot.The Gator should be back in 2012 but they and Bama are going to lose a few games this year.

david White

April 12th, 2010
9:18 am

Tony-Do you see Georgia winning eight or nine games this year? Their quarterback Saturday looked pretty good. Has kind of a long last name. Is their defense better?

kyle

April 12th, 2010
9:20 am

SOUTHJAWJADAWG— UF and Alabama might lose some games this year, but one thing is certain. The Gators will beat the Dawgs…… AGAIN.

Bulldog59

April 12th, 2010
9:29 am

TB is right. Talk all you want, UF is the team to beat again in the East. They reloaded quickly. Only SC and UGA seem to have a chance at mounting an attack to dethrone them. With all the changes and questions at Georgia (QB, D, Special Teams), it’s a real challenge for us to do it in 2010.

Mikey

April 12th, 2010
9:29 am

Tony, you are basing your opinion on spring games where they show nothing to the opposition?
I am disappointed.

IAM4UF229

April 12th, 2010
9:31 am

17 out of 20

All Jealous

April 12th, 2010
9:36 am

Auburn is a Joke!

“2nd tier to Alabama”

HardTruth Soldier....

April 12th, 2010
9:46 am

Tony, While I think your right about UF’s talent, I think losing Charlie Strong is going to make a huge difference. The adjustments and new personel will take at least a year. I see Georgia winning the east simply off the strength of there Offense. Look at the skilled positions, and they can line up with anybody in the country. Plus CMR knowing this is pretty much a make or break year is going to have OC Bobo on a short leash. Add in the fact that they’ve replaced there ‘tougher” opponents with a softer schedule and you might be witnessing a recipe for success…..SC could and should be better, but don’t blame the Ole Ball Coach, he simply can’t keep the talent in that state, although the signing of M Lattimore was a big plus for the team and the state, he has to many obstacles working against him (A lazy Garcia) to be top notch….. Tony last but not least, love your writing (buffer) but we in SEC land don’t care about the ACC Boys. Send that stuff to there page. With 5 national titles in a decade do you think the ACC Boys deserve to be talked about in the same breath as the SEC ?

boog

April 12th, 2010
9:46 am

No apology necessary Mr. College Football. Your opinion is neither more educated or valued than most of your readers.

JB

April 12th, 2010
10:04 am

Tony, with all the folks the crocs lost, on and off the field, I don’t know that much could truly be learned, at all, from their game. I also think that with as many folks as they lost on D, again, coaches included, their O should have looked good.

HBTD!!!

Tony Barnhart

April 12th, 2010
10:08 am

Mikey….Assessments and opinions are not based on spring games where, I agree, not a lot is learned. They are based on visits to campus and conversations with players and coaches. But the spring game, and thus the end of spring practice, is a good time to take stock of where a program is.

HardTruth Soldier, I appreciate your passion. But this blog will cover the SEC, ACC, and some national issues. That’s what we do. Lots of ACC fans in this marketplace.

SOUTHGADAWG88

April 12th, 2010
10:11 am

Kyle we will see what happens that’s why they play the games.

Alphare

April 12th, 2010
10:14 am

If Garcia is lazy, why doesn’t coach Spur set a minimal requirement? If the guy doesn’t meet the requirement, kick him out of the team.

Spur doesn’t seem to be a great coach to me in that front. It seems to me that he wins in Florida because Florida is a talent rich state, and he doesn’t win in SC because SC is a talent poor state. That tells me he is just a regular guy. Not a Saban in my mind anyway.

NEGa

April 12th, 2010
10:18 am

In regard to the title of your column: What’s new? Did anybody expect anything different?

WonderDawg

April 12th, 2010
10:18 am

Remember, Dawg fans, Bama, went 6-6 in Saban’s first year. I takes more than one spring and summer to install a new D, especially with a group that neither could cover or tackle last season. Be patient with Grantham and by 2011, our D will be ferocious.

We still have Bobo directing our offense, so it’s matters no who the QB will be. Bobo cannot outcoach the elite SEC DCs, so we will beat most of the teams we should beat, and will get shut down by the better teams. Hopefully in 2011, we will have a NFL caliber OC to get the offense on track, and then seriously compete for the SEC again.

Gator Guy

April 12th, 2010
10:23 am

TB – The Gators a road dog at Bama? Sure. At FSU? Ron Zook Field? No Way!

SOGADOG

April 12th, 2010
10:25 am

We shall see. I will save this article and look at it after the Ga. Fla. game. I seem to remember you picked Ga. Tech to dominate Georgia last year and you were wrong on that one. No offense, but I hope you are wrong again. The Dawgs have the talent to compete with Florida. The unknown this coming year will be the coaching and I like what is happening in that category at UGA.

SOUTHGADAWG88

April 12th, 2010
10:38 am

I don’t think that Saban or Richt could turn it around at SC…the state produces decent talent but a lot of the very best don’t want to go to SC.Been that way for many years and I don’t think it has anything to do with coaching.

Resign or Resign?

April 12th, 2010
10:39 am

Dooley at Tenn. = Shula at ‘Bama!

florabama

April 12th, 2010
10:42 am

Don’t be sorry Tony. Dawg fans are okay with being 2nd or 3rd. You know, Richt record is 90 wins in 9 yrs. That seems to keep everyone happy as blue birds in the sunshine.

Gerald

April 12th, 2010
10:44 am

Flo-Ri-Duh!

Excuse me, but the last time that Urban Meyer lost 4 games was when? In 2007, when Tebow played half the season hurt and the team had absolutely no defense. Every other year in Meyer’s career … at Utah, Bowling Green, and Florida, he has lost 3 games or less. Not like UGA, which has lost 4 games or more 3 times, including 2 of the last 4, and has lost at least 3 games in every single year but 2002 (when the schedule wasn’t that tough).

And Meyer has lost coaches before. That is what happens when you hire a staff filled with promising head coaches, and not guys like Bobo and Martinez. Former Meyer assistants have been made coaches at Bowling Green, Utah, BYU, Nevada, Mississippi State and Louisville, and another is a defensive coordinator for the Baltimore Ravens. Meanwhile, the next Richt assistant to become a head coach will be the first. (Or make that second if you count Brian Van Gorder’s being head coach of Georgia Southern for a year.) Even if it is Muschamp and Smart, they will owe their advancement to Saban, not Richt. If Meyer has overcome losing all those key assistants in the past, he will keep doing it.

Their new coordinators, who come from the NFL, will have new coverages, blitzes and approaches than Charlie Strong, who is a lifetime college guy (Notre Dame, South Carolina, Florida). It is hilarious … you Bulldogs hire Todd Grantham from the NFL to take over a bad defense and put in a completely new scheme that you don’t have the talent for and you expect your defense to get BETTER. But Florida hires Heater and Austin from the NFL to coach a GOOD defense in the SAME SCHEME, and their defense is going to get WORSE?

Also, it isn’t like you need a great defense at Florida to beat UGA anyway. Before Spurrier hired Bob Stoops, his defenses were terrible, and did he ever lose to you guys? And when Ron Zook was Florida’s head coach, the defenses were terrible, and he still went 2-1. The reason is that against top teams and especially Florida, UGA’s offense doesn’t do a whole lot. Do you guys honestly think that you are going to have a consistent downfield passing game or consistent protection and avoid dumb penalties and dropped passes this year in Athens when you haven’t had either in Richt’s entire season except 2002, when Richt was playing Donnan’s recruits up front?

Grantham may nor may not be a good coordinator, but Richt is still the coach, and Bobo is still the coordinator. Meyer has proven over a long time at 3 schools to be a better coach than Richt, and if Bobo were any good at coordinator, you’d think that at the very least a Sun Belt or Conference USA school would have tried to hire him as head coach by now. The truth is that South Carolina has a better chance of winning the SEC East than you guys do.

POAD

April 12th, 2010
10:48 am

Thanks for some ACC stuff. We are in the South and covered with the ACC and the SEC. If your are going to talk Heisman in the ACC i think you are going to add Josh Nesbitt @ TECH too. The UGA/USC game will go along way to deciding the SEC EAST and that will be both teams second game of the year. Dooley should have no problem selling UT, but he will have to sell himself as a capable coach. Dooley has done little to prove he deserves such a high profile job. It is great we still have months until kickoff but what other sport is worth talking about like College Football?

SOUTHGADAWG88

April 12th, 2010
10:48 am

That’s why they play the games.All the pundits had AUB winning 4-5 games.

UT96

April 12th, 2010
10:52 am

Resign, you have no way of knowing that. I tend to believe Dooley will make a fine coach at UT, not to mention, a man of character.

Gerald

April 12th, 2010
10:54 am

POAD:

If this were a basketball blog, then talk about the ACC. Even there, you’d have to talk about the SEC, because Florida won 2 back to back titles and Tennessee went to the Elite Eight. But in football, the mid-majors and even the Big East are more relevant than the ACC is. The ACC hasn’t had a team in the national title game since 2000, and it hasn’t had a team other than FSU even play for the title since the Yellow Jackets in 1991 (against #21 Nebraska in the Gator Bowl). And the ACC has the worst record in BCS bowl games of all the conferences, worse than the WAC (2-1), Mountain West (2-1) and the Big East.

Josh Nesbitt would be a likely Heisman candidate had he played better against Iowa, his shot at the big stage. But as it is, even if he took Tech to a 13-0 record, he isn’t going to be a Heisman candidate unless his passing improves dramatically. Christian Ponder and Jacory Harris are far more likely ACC Heisman candidates, as well as perhaps the QB from Virginia Tech.

JC in Powder Springs

April 12th, 2010
10:55 am

Well Tony, all this time people were told Tebow was a special player. According to you he can be replaced easily by a QB who has a decent spring game and a backup TE/QB can be just as effective as Tebow too. Of course, an injury-plagued WR who has never produced anything on the SEC level is going to kick everyone’s butt. Moore and Rainey – you must be joking!

Gerald

April 12th, 2010
10:59 am

Southgadawg:

That was because Gene Chizik was a first year coach with a losing record who came to a program in disarray. No one knew what to expect. Meanwhile, Richt has been at UGA for going on 10 years, and has largely retained the same staff on offense. Grantham may be good, he may not be, but you can’t go from that 4-6 defense that Martinez was trying to run to a 3-4 defense in one year. It will take at least 2 and it may even take 3. And UGA is also starting their 3rd QB in 3 years, and won’t he be a redshirt freshman? And other than A.J. Green, his primary weapons will be a true sophomore TE and a true sophomore RB. Plus folks expect the same inconsistent line play and dumb penalties as always.

It would have been one thing had Richt hired a new defensive coordinator who ran a 4-6 or at least a 4-3 defense instead of a totally new scheme that requires different personnel and roles and philosophy, and had Richt also hired a new offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. But there is no reason to expect UGA to go any better than 10-3.

Gerald

April 12th, 2010
11:03 am

JC In Powder Springs:

Tebow made Florida a national title contender. But you don’t need Tebow to win the SEC, and especially not to win the SEC East. UGA fans think that the gap between Florida and Georgia was basically Tebow. You are nuts. Florida went 3-1 against UGA with Chris Leak at QB. And Florida dominated UGA last season without Tebow even doing much of anything.

Maybe Florida needs Tebow to run the table and beat Alabama, to go from being a very good team to being a great one, which is what special players do for their teams. (Or at least special players when they aren’t being coached by Richt and Bobo, who basically wasted the Green-Stafford-Moreno team.) But they don’t need Tebow to beat Georgia. They didn’t before Tebow and won’t after Tebow unless Richt hires a new offensive coordinator and offensive line coach.

Otto

April 12th, 2010
11:03 am

JC, Tebow was special, UF after Urban recruiting for the Tebow years has enough talent that Brantly will not have to should as much to win. Also UT and Vandy are worse than Tebow ever faced. S Car will be another rollercoaster season. UGA has a new yet to be named QB and DC. Yes UF will be the front runner.

Otto

April 12th, 2010
11:06 am

Gerald, this UGA fan does not think the gap was Tebow. UGA did not have a game plan last year to compete with UF on offense, defense, or kick offs.

Hopefully, that has changed with Granthan and company along with CMR stepping in on QB meetings.

gernblanksi

April 12th, 2010
11:08 am

I seem to remember the same types of things being said about the Gators in 2007. They were reloading, the offense looked good and the SEC East was theirs. What happened? Their defense was awful and even though Tebow won the Heisman, UF lost to Georgia and UT won the East.

If UF’s defense is good then they will be the favorite. The are losing their two best DL’s, LB’s and DB’s to the NFL. They have a new D-Coordinator and will use a new system. Lots of obstacles to overcome.

USC is the favorite.

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Call It Like It Is

April 12th, 2010
11:19 am

Amen to picking the Gators to Win the East again in 2010!

Enough Said!

Otto

April 12th, 2010
11:19 am

SCar doesn’t have the depth to be a favorite.

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater

April 12th, 2010
11:20 am

i think it’s too early to tell for everyone. UGA, UT, UF- all new QBs, some have new coaches on both sides of the ball. the question will be which teams/players can minimize injuries between now and kickoff and improve their style of play. otherwise, as of 04/12- it’s a crapshoot.

Paul The Vol

April 12th, 2010
11:24 am

We knew we would struggle the next few years regardless of who the coach was. Too many poor recruiting classes in Fulmer’s final years and unusually high attrition have taken their toll. After two good recruiting classes there is plenty of talent to build on but it will take a couple of years before we get any results. This upcoming recruiting class is absolutely essential to rebuilding the program and keeping momentum.

Fred

April 12th, 2010
11:26 am

“Florida” and “class” in the same sentence? Hard to buy that.

Dorsey Hill

April 12th, 2010
11:26 am

There is no doubt that UF should be the favorite due to the fact that the teams chasing them have so much to prove. However, if UGA plays as well as they are capable and stays healthy, I don’t see UF winning the East. Obviously, that is one big IF. Florida is a flawed team in that that can’t run the ball effectively and they’re very young on defense. Georgia’s shortcomings are in the lack of depth at wr and OLB and an unproven DL. If Georgia can run the ball, keep the turnovers and penalties down, and let Butler’s near 50 ypp avg. work to its advantage, Georgia is going to be a tough team to beat.

(The Real) ReptilesRule

April 12th, 2010
11:29 am

Tony, I have been to all but a couple of UF practices this spring and to most practices spring AND fall for the last 3 years. Yes, retirement DOES have its advantages. I will say that this is an athletic total group that is as talented as I have seen. This may be the best (certainly the fastest) group of linebackers we have ever had and that’s really saying something when you just lost a Spikes and Stamper. But Jon Bostic and Jelani Jenkins have “superstar” written all over them if they have the good fortune of staying healthy. Speaking of staying healthy, big Branden Beal is right there challenging them at every scrimmage. We have a 3rd team linebacker named Lorenzo Edwards who could start for any team in our conference but perhaps Alabama. And all though most of our O line did not play much this spring, come fall they will be an all veteran group with 4 out of 5 having national championship game playing experience. The D line will have Marsh and Sanders back as well. But Omar Hunter and Jaye Howard have really played well this spring and might be hard to displace. And in the fall will be coming the most hearlded DL recruits in the history of UF including Army All American Ronald Powell, 6-3 315 lb top rated Rivals tackle Sharif Floyd and AA All American Dominique Easley. My only BIG concern on D is that one cornerback spot opposite of Janoris Jenkins and that might not even be determined into a couple of games in the season when the real bullets fly. But with Ahmad Black and Will Hill back as safeties, it should be a very solid group………..Now of course, injuries and chemistry are something you can’t get a handle on until it really gets going. And yes, I agree that FSU will be a handful up in Tally this year. My prediction…UF goes 10-2 and easily wins the East. Bama will be tough “out’ and will lose 1 game on their side of the bracket. Then it’s Game On in the Dome.

TommyP

April 12th, 2010
11:30 am

Let me preface my comments by saying I’m a Dawg fan….

That said, Florida is “the team to beat.” I don’t know if they’re the best team but after the success that they’ve had, they stay at the top until someone knocks them off the perch. They’ve earned it.

I do see some dropoff this year from Florida. I think they’ll pass more and generate a lot of points that way vs. the lesser teams. But offensively, they need to find a running game this year.

Defensively, they’ll have talent but not necessarily experience. The problem here is the new scheme and losing a great, great defensive coordinator in Strong.

So….it’s there for Georgia to take but that’s the kicker. They have to TAKE it away from Florida this year ’cause they won’t give up the top spot easily.

icedawg

April 12th, 2010
11:30 am

Gotta have something to write about. Spring football is hardly the stuff from which to make next season predictions. One thing for sure, this upcoming SEC season should be more competitive than the previous ones. There has been a changing of the guard in players as well as coaches. Charlie Strong is gone at Florida. Willie Martinez is gone at Georgia. Players are gone, especially at Florida. So this coming season will be very interesting and fun to watch as it is played out.

SOUTHGADAWG88

April 12th, 2010
11:32 am

Gerald I am one who thinks Joe Cox was more the problem than the Defense last year.You can talk about style points if you like but there was not many games I can say the D was a bigger factor in the losses than TO’s and poor QB play.I like the TE’s and all but Charles has not done much more on the field than White to be honest.T.King is the next best weapon after AJ.I cant see anybody EXPECTING poor OL play…it was never a question of talent but depth on the line.Barring injuries they should be stout as it was they led the SEC in fewest sacks allowed which goes to show that Cox simply made poor decisions.This year is different on offense last year we didn’t know who the QB,RB,TE or WR’s outside of AJ would be.I do agree that Bobo will get some heat this year but this year it would be deserved.As for the defense all I care about is shaving 5-6 pts off of the scoring average from last season.

TommyP

April 12th, 2010
11:33 am

General Neyland: You’re spot on with the UT nation and how loyal they are. I live in Knoxville and it’s pretty impressive the loyalty they show. They seem skeptical of what Dooley will do but they’re very willing to give him some time.

SaintsLSU

April 12th, 2010
11:33 am

I think the East is pretty wide open. Florida losing Charlie Strong will impact the Gators similiar to the way Bo Pelini leaving LSU’s defense. The winner of the East will have 2 conference losses. Probably Florida will win it because their losses will be in the West (Bama & LSU). But Dr. Noisewater is right, a little to early to tell, that was just my guess.

Tide Rising

April 12th, 2010
11:33 am

Seems the demise of the gators has been greatly exaggerated by some rival fans on this blog.

What I keep reading is that people are saying that Brantley looked once again like a seasoned veteran in the UF spring game. His 15 of 19 performance was against the no. 1 defense and he was missing 4 O-lineman. Factor that in and he looks even more impressive. Look for the gators to not only be the division favorite but a heavy favorite at that.

Stephen Garcia- He may never grow up.

Christian Ponder- Looks like he also is the real deal and will have a monster season. A friend told me that Ponder graduated in 2 1/2 years. Its hard to graduate in 3 years with no job or time absorbing endeavor like football. Can’t imagine someone doing it in 2 1/2 while playing D-1 football.

Maybe the UF-FSU game will actually finally be competitive again. Wouldn’t that be something to see.

UT- The road is long. I’m not impressed with a 17-20 record. Dooley reminds me of Mike Shula to a tee. Says all the right things, looks good, has the pedigree with the last name, has all the ingredients for success except that of a proven, winning track record.

5IML

April 12th, 2010
11:35 am

Florida by default in the East
Florida v Bama for the second time in 2010 for SECC

tell it like it is

April 12th, 2010
11:37 am

Call it like it is—tebows presence on the field along with his leardership will surely be missed.I thank UF will have a tougher time staying on top in the east than most people think.

ugafan

April 12th, 2010
11:39 am

gerald is an idiot. do you think by writing large volumes of comments you actually think you’re smart and are making valid points? you’re retarded