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Haha, typical hedging.
I would hope numbers dont scare anyone. Thats why stats are for pussys
Hahaha, Vol fans talk that shit every year.
Where's fsufsu? Y'all know he's an undercover Tennessee fan.
And UT doesn't yet, either
Elam is the starting safety. Brown started against UT in '10, and has been injured since that season. He came back last week.
Roberson starts, and barring injury, will play the whole gm. Watkins will probably start. Purifoy will play a bunch as his backup.
Either way, if UT wins, it wont be because "the recivers are taller." The winner of the UF/UT gm has always been the team the wins the rushing battle. Heck, thats pretty much known throughout all the conference gms.
And UT has 6 guys that play or may play at WR/TE that are OVER 6 ft. 6"1-6'5". The physical match ups are not in UF's favor. We also have Hunter who is legit 4.4, Patterson who is legit 4.4 maybe even 4.3, Zach Rogers who is legit 4.4.... size and speed. I'm just looking for a gator fan who can give me a reason why their corners match up well to our receivers. Is it because of the Gators' corner's ability to hold, pass interfere, and cramp up?
Backtracked quick AF
Considering you all haven't put up stats in either game I don't think you want to go down that route.
2013. Team 117. Beginning of the new Era.
That's debatable at this point.
A Tennessee fan tryna flame. I have seen it all.
Well your Florida brethren is extremely confident in stopping our passing attack because of this "good" match up. I just don't understand why it has been brought up like it has. I agree with you about the running game. BUT as far as that stat that was put out about the team with the most rushing yards winning so often, I believe that's a little skewed due to the fact that the team that is winning will be running the ball a lot more later in the game than the team that's down. So of course the winning team will almost always have more rushing yards.
Unless of course that stat was broken down to first half stats or something. If so then it would hold much more legitimacy.
Their ability in that department is unquestioned!
No hard feelings. It's freakin' Florida week.
It's about time you showed up.
Go Gata! For the win.
What are Bray's career numbers against the SEC?
Thats where my confidence comes from.
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dude Dooley doesn't have a winning season at UT or La Tech.
Not even debatable.
Florida did a pretty good job defending Ryan Swopes last week, hopefully they can have a repeat performance on Hunter.
I asked this question on our board an no one could answer, but where in the works is UFs supreme pass rush going to come from? You do realize we only allowed 13 sacks all of last year right? This line has not changed for the worse. Not to mention your DBs will have their hands full in coverage, not seeing where the extra help on the rush will come. Surely you don't think your front 3-4 will do it themselves?!
Butch Jones. Who???
Dooley took LaTech to a bowl game and won. They went 8-5 or 9-4 that year. Not much their to argue your point, but he has actually had a winning season.
One dood is white and one isn't
Gotta worry bout Patterson too
Bray is lethal and his WR's are lethal and i imagine they'll put up number just like last year.
The problem is, last year Tennessee couldn't run the football at all and that cost them the game. Florida was up 30-7 at one point, the game wasn't as close as the final score showed.
Tennessee's offense vs UF's D
Florida's offense vs Tennessee's D
I think Florida has the advantage but Tennessee is a big question mark. Will they fold like last year after their big win over Cincinnati, or have they actually improved.
Vol fans said the same crap last year and they lit up Cincinnati.
NC State just beat UCONN by 3 points, they're not a great team.
Florida hasn't looked good either.
And UF's defense had 3 of those 13, 2 int, and allowed -9 yds rushing.
This was done with 4 first time starters in the 2ndary (including a true fr), all playing in a brand new scheme, under brand new coordinators, a brand new head coach, and an offense that ranked dead last in the NCAA possessions/gm.
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