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Member Since 06 Dec 2006
Offline Last Active Jan 26 2015 08:11 PM

In Topic: 2015 Florida Gators Recruiting Thread

26 January 2015 - 08:02 PM

View PostJoeGator, on 26 January 2015 - 08:20 AM, said:

I hope this rumor of a NSD avalanche is true.

Whoever's saying that should quit bogarting the model glue.

Virtually none of our coaches have had any chance of developing relationships with these kids; and with coaches starting that process when they're in 8th or 9th grade these days, those relationships are vital.

I think we'll get close to a full class, and may fill it if we get some late unexpected pickups or a JUCO or 2.

In Topic: 2015 Florida Gators Recruiting Thread

26 January 2015 - 07:21 PM

View PostShaunMac, on 26 January 2015 - 02:45 PM, said:

Money Talk$

That wasn't true, and he's visiting this weekend

Still not buying the sunshine that LSU mods are pumping. He's already seen the campus and the coaches are still going in home.

We've got enough talent to brave the storm this year, we only need depth on offensive line so if you've got to throw offers at kids who won't play a down but can be a body this year until the next cycle I'm all for it. Guys visiting this weekend are Richerd Desir-Jones(St. Thomas Aquinas, G, FIU Commit), Fredrick Johnson (OT), Tyree St. Louis (OT, IMG Academy, Miami Commit), Quarvez Boulware (OG), and a few more. I like St.Louis and Desir-Jones. Don't care how many stars are next to the name, St. Thomas Aquinas kids can play

Zuniga and Clark are ours tonight if you ask me. Zuniga at 8 and Clark whenever Freeze is done pestering him.

Oh I agree; I'm not too worried about a transitional class... they're typically not very good no matter who the coach is.

I really just want us to land enough OL to have some depth next year too, and everything else is gravy; from the looks of it we might still get some damn good gravy.

Zuniga just popped for the good guys; hope the same happens with Clark here in a little while.

In Topic: why are milinials so f ed up?

26 January 2015 - 12:55 PM

View PostUKBengals, on 24 January 2015 - 09:00 AM, said:

Actually the pilgrims came here to practice a much more strict form of Christianity since the Anglican church was run amok with loose policies such as divorce, etc.  They didn't come here to let anyone and everyone do what they wanted. They came to establish a strict Christian utopia.

:lol: Yeah, and many of them turned out to be the bat-Posted Image crazy conservative Puritan Posted Imageers that conducted witch hunts, trials, and the torture, execution, and/or imprisonment of completely innocent men, women, and even children for absolutely no reason at all, in the name of their faith; that's what strict and inflexible can get you.

Your strict Christians actually turned out to be some of the most evil, vile creatures in history; they bastardized Christianity so severely that even common sense escaped them, and basic human decency was no longer a facet of their version of the faith.

Rather than create a Utopia, they created a community of horrors, just like most cult leaders throughout history have done when they think they can create their own "Utopia". Puritans were to Christianity what fanatical Muslims are to Islam today, terrorists.

In Topic: 2015 Florida Gators Recruiting Thread

25 January 2015 - 10:43 PM

View PostShaunMac, on 25 January 2015 - 12:22 PM, said:

Since I've been MIA here's just some recruiting stuff, nothing groundbreaking.

UF's QB this class will more than likely be Deondre Francois (FSU commit) or Lamar Jackson (Louisville Commit). FSU has 2 QB's committed(3 if you count Locksley but he's probably playing WR), plus the 5* committed for next year. Jackson is UL's lone QB and set to visit next week (although that might not happen). Francois visited this past weekend and really enjoyed it apparently. My guess is Francois flips.

Martez Ivey OV'd this weekend with his Girlfriend and her family (She's considering UF as a school). They liked it a lot. I think it helps and I also think it helps that that fag Chandler Cox isn't in his ear every day about Auburn now that he's enrolled. Think he's a Gator, no homer.

Not gonna touch at all on Cowart or CeCe because who freaking knows ( :lanekiffin: you muschamp)

I think Derrick Dillon sticks because he's had all the time in the world to Flip to LSU through the coaching change and not even having a WR coach yet, but I think the fact that McElwain visited him first really left a good impression on him.

I really like Van Jefferson and I think him, Dillon, Ryan Davis, and :fingers crossed: Antonio Callaway could be the best WR class we could hope for. Now whether or not we get Van is still to be determined because he likes Oklahoma, Ole Mi$$ and UF. Think we have a shot but recruiting is weird this time of year.

NSD is gonna be big this year,

Well, Jefferson committed to Ole Miss, which pissed his dad off; but he's gone unless dad intervenes.

Calloway is a stretch; said he hadn't heard from our staff in over a month a couple weeks ago.

Rumor out that Dillon has canceled his unofficial visit to UF next weekend after just OV'ing at LSU.

Lots of guys coming in again this weekend, but I think we'll be lucky to fill all our spots in this transitional coaching year.

I think we land Zuniga this week and maybe Clark as early as tomorrow.

In Topic: why are milinials so f ed up?

25 January 2015 - 10:24 PM

View Postsmokeyone, on 24 January 2015 - 10:32 AM, said:

You mam are a :lanekiffin:ing idiot and part the the problem. As your crowd says, good day. I was told it covers everthing from :lanekiffin: off to drink bleach

At least I ain't the one constantly crying like a little pussified bitch, letting folks different from me affect my happiness, and using a sports forum as my psychiatrist.