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GatorUnvrsty

GatorUnvrsty

Member Since 06 Dec 2006
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 04:04 PM

In Topic: Week 6: Florida at Tennessee

Yesterday, 05:32 AM

View Postbbqit, on 29 September 2014 - 05:17 AM, said:

Tenn by 5.

That might be all we score; UT could score 10 and still win by 5. We'll get a safety rushing 7 after our punter (easily our MVP so far) puts one on the goalline.

Then Debose will return a kick to the 5 later in the game; and Driskel will promptly lose 5 yards on each of the next 3 plays... kicker drills a 37-yarder that clanks off the post but goes through.

In Topic: Week 5: Tennessee at Georgia

24 September 2014 - 07:09 PM

View Postpossumslayer, on 24 September 2014 - 07:01 PM, said:

cuonzo should have been fired..............

I won't argue with that; but the rest of the nation hadn't been following UT basketball, so it looked to them like UT got what they deserved when they started a fire cuonzo petition, and then he fired them instead after getting to the Sweet 16.

And to be honest, what none of us knows yet is if Cuonzo had finally gotten all his players to buy into what he was trying to do and had finally made the program his. He may have just gotten over the hump and was on his way to great things with UT; but we won't really know that until we see what he can do with Cal.

It may have been one of those things we all hate, which is losing or getting rid of a coach a little too early, before he's really had time to rebuild the program to his liking; and he then goes on to kick ass somewhere else.

In Topic: Week 5: Tennessee at Georgia

24 September 2014 - 07:02 PM

View PostTitans4Vols, on 24 September 2014 - 06:44 PM, said:

One thing I think Tennessee, Georgia and Florida fans will all agree upon on this thread..


:lanekiffin: 12pm kickoffs.

I'm grateful it's been a lot cooler lately; that heat may not be as great a factor this year at Noon. I used to hate them a lot more back in the day when I still drank; I was usually still wrecked and hung over at noon every day... and of course the cure for that is, yep, tall glass of vodka with a splash of OJ or V8 on the top, and off we go again.

In Topic: Week 5: Tennessee at Georgia

24 September 2014 - 06:58 PM

View Postpossumslayer, on 24 September 2014 - 06:51 PM, said:

volnation is all college aged butt chugging posters.............................

That may be, but it's by far the most active Vol site with the most fans.

I agree there are some O_o posters and posts; but like it or not, when folks comment about Vols fans being irrational/unreasonable, that's where they got their impressions... hell, what happens on that site has been mentioned more than once in the national print and tv media in recent years.

That whole Fire Cuonzo petition nonsense originated there.

In Topic: Week 5: Tennessee at Georgia

24 September 2014 - 06:49 PM

View PostTitans4Vols, on 24 September 2014 - 06:04 PM, said:

What Vol fans are you talking to?

VolNation has done nothing but talk about how they hope UT can make Pearl come back to us after a year or two and how great of a coach he is.

I lol'd at the Muschamp/Jones comparison that Joe tried to make too.

Muschamp took over one of the most talented teams in the country and turned it to Posted Image.

Jones took over one of the least talented teams in the country and is making it better.

It's getting bad in Florida when Florida fans are having to make up bullPosted Image to say about us. And I thought Tennessee was in a bad place..

I hardly have to make anything up; stuffs all over Volnation. Somebody made the mistake of starting a thread(s) talking about the recruits Pearl was landing and the vast majority of comments said things like, "He still won't make AU a contender in the SEC, much less nationally." and "Eh, those players aren't that great; I prefer the ones CDT is bringing in that are ideal for his offense." (as if Pearl is bringing in players that are highly ranked at the expense of being good fits for his schemes. Pretty sure Pearl knows what he's after.).

And the level-headed posters over there aren't talking about trying to get Pearl back; they're telling everyone else who is considering the possibility to just STFU about it because that ship has sailed... by all accounts Pearl is so grateful for another opportunity that he'll never stab AU in the back at this point nor any time in the foreseeable future.

And you can squawk about the talent Meyer left until you're blue in the face, because all the talent in the world is completely useless if you've wrecked every other facet of the program, primarily discipline.

Hell, Muschamp started dismissing kids immediately when they thought they were the ones actually running the program. He might as well have been starting over from scratch.

And speaking of starting from scratch, it's also worth noting that this is Muschamp's first HC gig; anybody who thought the transition would be seamless and that he wouldn't make some rookie mistakes was a Posted Imageing idiot.

Jones has the benefit of having been a HC before; although I'm not sure where you're getting the evidence that he's making UT any better than the last couple of guys.

I've seen folks PROJECT and PREDICT that they'll be better, and a whole legion of fans jump on that bandwagon, even if it has the potential of being driven over a cliff; but to date, I haven't seen any actual evidence of an improvement.

So far what I've seen is Jones go the same 5-7 as his predecessors, and get trucked by OU. I mean, if you're suggesting that the 2012 team would have gotten trucked even worse, I'll take your word for it; but I'm just one of those weird folks who's going to need to see something other than that same 5-7 record UT's had 4 out of their last 6 seasons and a 24-point blowout loss before I reach that conclusion.