"Florida Will Be a Fun State for College Football in 2017" Topic
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|Smokey Roan ||16 May 2017 5:59 p.m. PST|
Donkey Teeth will have the population of Gainesville (a rough bunch) after him with torches and pitchforks.
Charlie Skrong, after his success at Texas, has already proved a challenger for most off season player arrests at USF. His "Out of control" system should provide laughs, and expect his sideline to look like the ground crew under the Hindenburg at lakehurst.
Lane Kiffen at FAU. This should be high comedy. He already recruited a Free Shoes backup QB kicked off the team after beating up a woman. Hi jinks are a coming.
UCF? Do they even have a program anymore?
Free Shoes: Jimbo may wish he took the LSU job. One more season like the last two, and he will need a bullet proof vest on the sideline.
My Canes? Our banner fund is fully funded. Richt's insistence on calling offensive plays better start working quick (he was banned from calling plays at UGA 7 years ago). New freshman QB to be named later, no RBs, no OL, is NO excuse! Why didnt he recruit any RBs or QBs? He knew what he would have in 2017. Win the awful Coastal Division, or GTFOH (We Canes say WTACCCOGTFO)
|Winston Smith||16 May 2017 6:35 p.m. PST|
I shall be looking forward to many future incoherent ramblings.
|Ed Mohrmann ||17 May 2017 4:44 a.m. PST|
Hmmm…how does a HEAD COACH get 'banned from calling
|Charlie 12 ||17 May 2017 12:47 p.m. PST|
Florida (for that matter, the South in general) college football and coherence are mutually exclusive concepts…
|Smokey Roan ||21 May 2017 10:41 a.m. PST|
Ed, ask Georgia. 7 years ago, the AD told him, publicly, he was NOT to call offensive plays ever again or face firing.
We are going to tell him the same first game, when we fly four airplanes with banners over the stadium.