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in 07 he wasnt worth a cover up corn ingram was that man at TE that yr i believe hernandez hadnt played yet
it was 08 corn went down and hernandez stepped in
This post was edited by TravisFLAx8 10 months ago
If anyone can cover up things that happen at UF, it is Bill Cervone and Huntley. They have magically worked UF player cases for years. Cervone even got a natty champs ring from the UF staff for his "services" there. In many of his attorney photos, he is wearing that national champs ring.
This does not surprise me in the least. AH's issues really became apparent during his time at UF. Yes, losing his dad was very tough for him, but UF's program turned the other way with a kid that was just beginning a tumble into all sorts of crime. AH failed numerous drug tests, was questioned on several incidents and had a history of being trouble while at UF. No reasonable person could over look these things. Numerous NFL teams dropped the kid down their boards due to his issues. Yet, somehow, UF found winning more important that helping a young man with multiple incidents. UF just wanted to shuffle him on to the NFL and let him be the NFL's problem.
When y'all had 6 turnover vs us, y'all "gave the game away". No credit for the dawgs stripping the ball. And I agree with you about y'all stripping the ball from the cocks, good football IMO.
That tin hat looks good on you, nole.
You are 100% correct. I worked at Shands and NFMC while Urban was at UF. Some shaaaaaaaady stuff went down. At least a half dozen cases where hospital admins and UF security stuck their nose in when it wasnt necessary. The ER residents never understood what was going on.
one of my dad's friends has a National champ ring from 08 when UF won it. hes a big time Bull Gator booster and some of those guys got rings or were able to purchase them. nothing more, nothing less
you sound like a paranoid loon
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Y'all and USCe fans are the most respectable SEC fans on tBB. No hate here. Not like any of the fans could control it.
Why So Serious?
Funny you bash the man, yet you have no problem displaying a picture of what he helped accomplish in your sig.
I understand about the Cervone ring comments, otherwise, I stand behind what I typed. You can google Huntley and Cervone and see PLENTY of examples of them making UF player cases disappear.
ESPN and several other media outlets have noted AH's issues started after his dad died, carried forward to UF (who did very little, if anything, to help him) and just grew exponentially when AH returned to Bristol.
Do you realize how stupid your claims sound?
If AH were to take a drug test today, iyo, would he pass?
I doubt he would pass today, last month, or last yr.
Yet, he still got paid big bucks recently by the Pats.
Are they to blame for not monitoring their $40 million investment better?
Honey Badger failed numerous drug tests. He's on his way to being a future murderer, right? Blame LSU and Les.
And OSU fans are proud to call urbie their coach. He will do the same things there.
uhhhh.... every college has an attorney or two that work pro bono and happen to handle the schools athletes 95% of the time unless the parents object and retain their own. It is what it is, but every school has an attorney that specializes in deferred charges and 1st time offender programs; don't attempt to paint UF as out in left field for this.
Google "Tim Jansen FSU"; the results show pages and pages of articles about FSU player arrests and mentions Tim Jansen as their attorney. Meanwhile the state's attorney in Tally is Meggs and has been there for 29 years and is an FSU alum. Now I'm not saying that there is anything wrong with this, just that its the norm in most college towns.
Beatings will continue until morale improves
I'm appalled Florida fans support a school who allowed their head coach to get away with so much. Thank god tOSU has Urbs under a microscope so he stays out of trouble
not likely.. thanks for your concern about us.
True I guess it goes both ways. I cant wait to play y'all this year though, Champ aint gunna let ya get 3 straight
Both teams sucked donkey balls in that game. We just happened to suck a little more.
Yep, and UF and everyone else. Everybody EXCEPT Hernandez is to blame for his problems. These people are insane, they say we didnt "help" him while he was at UF. Some people dont want help, that's their choice. But they need to be held accountable as well, not everyone else who "Failed to help" along the way
True. Ugly game. Exciting one to be at though.
we never hear about the other coaches whose job it was to look after their players. Where's the accountability for guys like Dan Mullen, Charlie Strong, and the others. Maybe all of these bad apples took their toll.... ran the asst. coaches off to HC gigs, Tebow to the NFL, and Urbs to quit. I personally haven't talked to the man to find out why he stepped away from UF, but, I know one guy that has. Jeremy Foley was the one who convinced Urbs to stick around 1 more year and it wasn't b/c of all the BS. Go ask Foley.
So I guess his "heart problems" made him change his ways. The guy is a piss of shit and you will learn it soon enough. All he cares about is winning at all cost.
I get why Fla fans and sec groupies hate Urbs. Sure, he spurned them and is much happier playing for the enemy. That now makes him the enemy.
Easy to confuse hate with fear.
Anytime I see Hayes or Bianchi I just ....
UM would never have anything to talk about if they didnt parrot everyone else's stories and beliefs
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