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Urban Meyer is being exposed as the fraud most of the SEC knew he was off the field.
There have been dozens of arrests of members of the Gator football teams coached from 2005 to 2010 by Urban Meyer.
Most telling line
Jenkins, the cornerback, eventually left Florida for North Alabama after Meyer’s successor, Will Muschamp, dismissed him from the team after marijuana arrests. Several months later, Jenkins spoke to The Orlando Sentinel about his dismissal.
“If Coach Meyer were still coaching, I’d still be playing for the Gators,” he was quoted as saying. “Coach Meyer knows what it takes to win.”
FACT: the reason Florida never gets proper media coverage is because of their massively successful broadcasting/media school. The entire state media circled the wagons around that program for four years to try and keep everything above reproach.
Bianchi and Co are amazing.
Yes Urban knew how to make problems for his better players go away as long as they helped him win games, the definition of entitlement
CUM is scum.
I think it says more of the material he had to work with...after a while, I think one gets desensitized.
There were character issues there long before Meyer got there..and I'm not a fan, but to now come up with this BS is ridiculous..look to your own, and the type of kids you're nurturing and the culture of your area/region.
"Here are provided seats of meditative joy, where shall rise again the destined reign of Troy." Virgil
Meyer and his staff had 31 arrests (mostly minor stuff) during his 6 years at Florida
Muschamp has had 14 arrests in 2 years..
Got a link to those 14 arrests?
A local Florida Independent News source out of the many Google hits.
"Mann became the 11th player to be in trouble with the law and 14th total arrest or incident since Muschamp took over for Urban Meyer. Six of the 11 players are still with the team, four decided to transfer and one was officially dismissed."
14 arrests and 6 are still on the Florida team - Will Muschamp
Two days before coach Will Muschamp announced Jafar Mann would transfer from Florida, the freshman defensive tackle was issued a written arrest/notice to appear in court on a misdemeanor charge for possession of fewer than 20 grams of marijuana, according...
"But he won 11 games with Urban's players..."
The kitchen calls
And how many of those were recruited by Meyer? Can't blame Will for Urbans kids that got arrested....
Muschamp kicked off the best player on the whole team in Jenoris Jenkins within the first few months he was there. Mann was recruited by Muschamp but also kicked off the team. Of the 14 arrests only like 4 or 5 of those were Muschamp kids, which is pretty good for 2 1/2 years at UF.
Seriously, you live in Socal and are throwing rocks at the morality of kids from another region? Now I've seen it all on TBB.
FSU Football. Making cool the new swag since 2013.
The death penalty is coming for UF.
FSU has a wannabe whistleblower trying to do work.
She might actually need to get out of it to shed some of the myopia.
Got a better question for you. Out of the 14 players arrested under Will's watch, who gets the blame when 1 of the 6 he kept on the team commits another crime?
In other words, would Will Muschamp be responsible for a future crime since he gave 6 of his current players a 2nd chance?
Because underage drinking, a fake ID, or tiny bits of weed equal future murderer...
Will Muschamp would. That's easy, but to say Urban only had 31 players arrested in 6 years while Muschamp had 14 in 2 years is completely wrong.
So if 14 players from Tressel's reign got arrested under Meyer would you blame Meyer? Probably not because those weren't the kids he recruited.
And I love how you say that most of the arrests under Meyer were minor but you don't admit that the 14 under Muschamp were also minor.
Nope. Everyone already knows abt Cervone and Huntley. Nothing really news abt it. They have been doing UF sweeps for decades.
Just for the record, I don't believe Urbz should be getting finger pointed for whatever Hernandez did post-UF. AH was a grown man and made his choices. I do think its stupid that Urban cant admit that he ran the program a bit loosely.
Only 3 of those kids at still on the team too, he booted the rest
"Safety Matt Elam (underage possession of alcohol twice), safety De’Ante Saunders (marijuana), cornerback Marcus Roberson (underage possession of alcohol), defensive lineman Leon Orr (marijuana, suspended license), defensive lineman Kedric Johnson (marijuana) and offensive lineman Trip Thurman (alcohol, possession of fake ID) remain on Florida’s roster.
Elam, Saunders, Roberson and Orr played prominent roles for the Gators this season. Johnson has been out all season with an injury. Thurman, a redshirt freshman, appeared in three games."
Here's the part that says these 6 players were not booted. And 4 of them were contributors.
Just for the record, Urban is not returning to Florida.
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