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Gators depth chart released; View it right here

GAINESVILLE -- Here's the depth chart for the first game of the season. Some interesting developments...

1. Omarius Hines is listed as the starting tight end.

2. Andre Debose has been moved to the outside receiver position behind Deonte Thompson.

3. Freshman Robert Clark is the back-up at slot behind Chris Rainey.

4. Freshman Gerald Christian is the back-up at fullback.

DEPTH CHART

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Just a reminder of the delightful folks who cheer on the Hurricanes, i.e., Jewish people from Long Island who believe rooting for the Hurricanes somehow makes them black gangsters. From reader Torch Ramrod:

picture of a pimped out convertible chrysler with a cane plate that says,"THUG"

Yep, he's a Cane through and through. Thirty bucks says that guy has never seen the inside of the Orange Bowl.

Posted by: Deadspin cut and paste. | August 31, 2010 at 01:53 PM

Ahh, now that you have attacked blacks, you are gonna go after the Jews, too? Is it possible to be a member of the KKK and the Nazi party at the same time? I figure you are the expert, so I would find out from you.

The man owns a nice new convertable worth more than your trailer, but you still gotta try to find an issue to attack him with.

1. You don't know that he is Jewish, but stereotyping is what you do best.

2. You don't know that he is from Long Island, but stereotyping is what you do best.

3. You don't know that he has never been to the Orange Bowl (or even Sun Life Stadium, home of multipl Super Bowls and National Championship and World Series games), but stereotyping is what you do best.

4. You don't know that the convertible has been "pimped out", but stereotyping is what you do best.

Truly dumb of this chickenneck to plagiarize something that can be googled in seconds. But then, that is what he was taught to do in that stadium school of his....

FAMU???? and you are bragging about a schedule when you play a WEAK ACC schedule and schedule a team like FAMU?????

You act like you scheduled Alabama every week.

Win your conference and until then....enjoy hanging around and trying to be a Florida Gator!

At least we have a real coach!

Your coach is on the way out..that is your only hope for turning that program around. All these assistants that coach under Shannon run for the hills. They all know he is crazy and doesnt know squat about being a head coach.

Your coach is on the way out..that is your only hope for turning that program around. All these assistants that coach under Shannon run for the hills. They all know he is crazy and doesnt know squat about being a head coach.

Posted by: The Absolute Truth | August 31, 2010 at 02:34 PM

BAWHAHAHA our coach is crazy?

enjoy hanging around and trying to be a Florida Gator!


Posted by: Curse of Jarvis Williams

On the other side of the coin, Ohio State starts off with easy games in Week 1 and Week 2.

Posted by: Charles Holla | August 31, 2010 at 02:21 PM

Unlike you, I can READ the Top 25. They are facing a Top 25 team, you obsessed sicko, unlike your Gators who last faced a Top 25 team in either of their first two games in what, 1987? How did that turn out for you cowards?

Oh yeah, 31-4, a complete drubbing that knocked overrated Kerwin Bell out of the Heisman running, knocked the Gators out of the title picture, and moved #20 Miami in the right direction toward their second national title.

After that game, Florida ran home and started scheduling Montana State and Troy and the Citadel in an attempt to avoid going 0-1. Their 13 years of going 1-0 to start the season is VERY tainted by the lack of opposition by their paid-for free wins. The teams coming in know that if they win, they will not be invited back, so they roll over for the money. Miami continues to play FAMU even after they have beaten us, while UF dodges even the weakest possible out of conference out of state competition.

Ahhh, yes. There is a saying known to everyone in this state. The Canes and Noles play for National Championships while the Gatards play for conference championships.

That is why Canes and Noles are respected nationally, why Texas, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Nebraska, ND etc., want to schedule games with the Canes and Noles while no one wants to touch the Gatard NOTION with a ten foot pole.

It sucks to be you, hillbilly boy.

"we play for conference championships." Yippeeeeee. Is that why you schedule APPy State?

Putrid, Gatards. Absolutely putrid.

You act like you scheduled Alabama every week

We play Ohio State you play Miami of Ohio.

Case Closed

Posted by: The Truth
Posted by: You put the UZ in Puzzy

When does the TOLEDO home and home series start again?

How long before we see Whipple cursing out Shannon for his incompetence? Over/Under week 2?

Looks like Mannys back.

enjoy hanging around and trying to be a Florida Gator!

Posted by: I just threw up in my mouth | August 31, 2010 at 02:42 PM

Let it out, you don't want to keep anything that reminds you of those chickennecks.

So, the obsessed racist troll, Curse piggy, the guy that has threatened to lynch Randy Shannon and Jacory Harris, joked about the deaths of Byran Pata and Sean Taylor, and ignored the truce to post racist garbage on the Canes blogs, that has issues trying to get his mother awake long enough to teach him some class, by his three year, 365 day, 24/7 attacks on the Canes needs to take that advice, and stop "hanging around trying to get to understand 5 > 3, 9 > 8, 4 > 0, as all Canes fans have understood for years."

Posted by: The Truth

Hey Genius, please explain how you win the NC without winning the ACC!

Posted by: The Absolute Truth | August 31, 2010 at 02:48 PM

About the same time jeremys chasing urban down with a dart gun so he can sedate him.......

LOL - "truth" (oxymoronic hunh?!) was in diapers, I'm sure, when the Gators and Canes used to play.

I'm sure he was also in diapers when SI did a feature on the rivalry. That rivalry game should have ended in 1980, and was virtually DOA through the '80's. Oh, by the way that feature came out in 1982 (9/13/82). As with everything in his simple world/mind he's oversimplified history.

Give it a read buddy, it doesn't have many big words, and I'm sure you'll learn something.

Posted by: The Truth
Posted by: You put the UZ in Puzzy

When does the TOLEDO home and home series start again?

Posted by: "the situation" | August 31, 2010 at 02:47 PM

You should already know, since you obsess on everything Miami Hurricanes, that we scheduled Toledo in place of two slots we had been leaving open for the Gators in 2015 and 2016. However, Foley the coward didn't want to risk it now that Miami is back above 500. He instead is trying to find a way to get out of the 2013 game, like the chickenneck coward that he is.

In fact, the 2015 game is an out of state, out of conference, road game for Miami, something The chickennecks haven't tried since they got buried by a Big East team 38-21 (a basketball school, in fact) way back in 1991. NO OTHER Top 25 team has dodged competition so blatently over the past 20 years as the cowardly Florida Gators.

Many of us were in both schools during the '80's (me included) and I don't remember there being this much fuss about UM playing/not playing Florida, especially at UM.

Why this fuss now? Maybe because UM was very relevant then and not so much now?

While the Gators had a free win versus Miami, they kept them on the schedule. It is as simple and clear as that.

31-4 beatdown, suddenly a home game against Montana State became appealing. Then, Miami went on probation, so they scheduled two games against us, but STILL got beaten twice. Then, Miami went 5-7 (apparently one of the requirements of keeping that game on the schedule was that Miami had to go below .500 the previous year), and signed a contract that let the Gators use SEC refs for their home game, so that FINALLY after over 20 years, the Gators got a win against Miami.

Yeah, I'm dancing. That kind of dance a person does when they gotta go, real bad.

Now I am gonna leave something yellow on the grave, and it won't be flowers.

LOL! INSTANT CLASSIC!

In fact, the 2015 game is an out of state, out of conference, road game for Miami, something The chickennecks haven't tried since they got buried by a Big East team 38-21 (a basketball school, in fact) way back in 1991. NO OTHER Top 25 team has dodged competition so blatently over the past 20 years as the cowardly Florida Gators.

Posted by: Curse of Jarvis Williams | August 31, 2010 at 03:06 PM

Well, angry I'm sure you're not just talking smack and your "theory" translates into a weak SOS ranking, right? How's this impacted SOS for the Gators over the past 20 years?

That is why Canes and Noles are respected nationally, why Texas, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Nebraska, ND etc., want to schedule games with the Canes and Noles while no one wants to touch the Gatard NOTION with a ten foot pole.

Posted by: The Truth

huh?
So, for that matter, does the predicted excellence of usual suspects Texas, Oklahoma and Florida
http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/preview10/columns/story?columnist=forde_pat&id=5514049

While the Gators had a free win versus Miami, they kept them on the schedule. It is as simple and clear as that.

31-4 beatdown, suddenly a home game against Montana State became appealing. Then, Miami went on probation, so they scheduled two games against us, but STILL got beaten twice. Then, Miami went 5-7 (apparently one of the requirements of keeping that game on the schedule was that Miami had to go below .500 the previous year), and signed a contract that let the Gators use SEC refs for their home game, so that FINALLY after over 20 years, the Gators got a win against Miami.


Posted by: Curse of Jarvis Williams | August 31, 2010 at 03:14 PM

LOL - are you serious? Read what you wrote to yourself OUT LOUD. Does it make sense even to you?

Keep posting, this is great!

"Many of us were in both schools during the '80's (me included) and I don't remember there being this much fuss about UM playing/not playing Florida, especially at UM."

Alzheimers is a terrible thing. You should get that checked.

At the time, there was a BIG disappointment in UF's cowardice, and there was talk of the Florida Legistlature stepping in like they did when the Gators tried to chicken out of the FSU series.

However, most folks took Spurrier's word when he said it was temporary and that he was going to make sure they played Miami again. Typical lying Gator coach, he ended up going 0-fer against the Canes when we caught him in a bowl game, making him quickly change his mind.


"So Florida dropped the Hurricanes in 1988 because it wanted to play a "more national schedule," then promptly replaced them with Montana State. Miami fans accused the Gators of pulling out because the Hurricanes were dominating them -- on field and on the national scene."

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/wire?id=1609982

Hilarious! They wanted a more "national" schedule, and then proceeded to hide in their own stadium against paid-for wins.

31-4 was a much bigger beatdown against a ranked team with high hopes than a 26-3 cheap late score to beat the spread included against a 5-7 team.

31-4 >>>> 26-3 as well because it SCARED the Gators right out of the series.

He's on tilt, poor angry cane fan. I guarantee they blame it on the shape of the stadium when they lose to Ohio State...

LOL - are you serious? Read what you wrote to yourself OUT LOUD. Does it make sense even to you?

Keep posting, this is great!

Posted by: Laughed so hard I pooped in my undies! | August 31, 2010 at 03:24 PM

What's wrong, fool, you don't understand the concept of pausing at the COMMA?

Go change your undies, you don't want to smell like that all day. Oh wait, that wasn't the first load you dropped in there, so it doesn't make a difference. Just set the fan on high and aim it toward the window.

"National" Schedule that avoids 49 states of the nation unless forced by the conference.

Cowardice, by Jeremy Foley, a new fragrance that smells like what the Gator troll just left in his pants at the thought of playing Miami again.

An article written in 2003 about something that happened almost 20 years before?

Honestly, the Canes could give a crap about the Gators in the '80's! Really. Call Michael Irvin's freakin' show and ask him. He'll tell you they didn't lose much sleep over not playing that game.

I like the part of the article about the peaches. Because that's what I used to do back in the day, load my pockets with peaches (instead of jack daniels) before rolling into the stadium....you know, just in case. The other version from Howard S. was that they were pelted with oranges. Whatever!

Posted by: Curse of Jarvis Williams

Will there even be a cane football team to play the gators again?

December 2010 and U on probation again...come on let's clean up your program!

I've been reading the latest exchange. I was on both campuses in that time frame. The Hurricanes were the up-and-coming bully on the block, along with established powers like Oklahoma, BYU, etc. I agree with the one guy that said UM didn't care about not playing the Gators. In fact we didn't care who we played, we new we would win!

The real injustice for Gator land was the season ticket holders, who got stuck paying for crappy out of conference games.

sorry, knew, not new

fake canesrule 21 'ships , the sicko racist that spams all the Canes sites for the past three years, 24-7, Says:
August 30th, 2010 at 6:45 pm
"Those lame gaturd fans - don’t they know the U wrote the book on NCAA violations, arrests and the bad boy image? We started it all - there can be no comparison."
We had 1 arrest in the past three years to active players of the team. Your team has had what, 33, 34, 35?

"When it comes to recruiting thugs, if we hadn’t done that in the 80s and 90s, we wouldn’t have all those trophies."
Yeah, Steve Walsh and Gino Torretta and Craig Erickson were thugs, sure.

"The NCAA actually has a ‘Miami rule’ because of how out of control our program was. How many programs can say that?"
Actually, you clueless sicko murder-loving demented obsessed troll, the Miami Rule was because we were CELEBRATING more and better than any team in NCAA history. I know you watched the "U" documentary, while in your underwear, doing God knows what, but you KNOW that the Miami Rule had to do with ending celebrations. Who WON the National Championship on the year of the Miami Rule, BTW? Oh yeah, Miami RULED on the year of the Miami Rule.

"That’s right: its all about the U."
Apparently it is, at least for you, you sicko.

The real injustice for Gator land was the season ticket holders, who got stuck paying for crappy out of conference games.

Posted by: Billtim387 | August 31, 2010 at 03:46 PM

They really don't know the difference, Montana State or Citadel or whoever they add as a freebie, their chickennecks bob up and down nodding yes to the tickets. It is really sad that UF takes advantage of their fans like that.

Worse was not getting the UGA game in Jax with season tix.

That game was by far the biggest rivalry, bar none, on the UF schedule.

Of course that was then, and this is now!

Who would you say is their biggest rival now?

Miami of Ohio?
Montana State?
Citadel?
Charleston Southern?

It sure isn't Miami, Georgia, or FSU.

Beano Cook:,"The SEC has 3 teams better than Ohio State. LSU, Florida and Alabama. And maybe Arkansas.

Beano Cook? Can you even NAME the last time he was right about something?

Oh yeah, when he said FSU would beat Miami last year. No, he was wrong about that one, too.

Hey everybody! Just here to remind the un-informed about how great the SEC is! Read my article in ESPN.com:

http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/preview10/columns/story?columnist=forde_pat&id=5448863

And for the "Fox Mulder" guy, you sure must be blind if you haven't spotted the Curse of Art Kehoe just because he changes his ID over and over again.

This is from yesterday's diatribe by the racist sicko, in less than one hour. (yeah, he wants folks to believe that five different racists posted the same kind of disgusting garbage in 45 minutes).

clownsrule be a nagger says:
August 30, 2010 at 7:53 am

muddy back says:
August 30, 2010 at 8:03 am

Portland is fo ho's says:
August 30, 2010 at 8:22 am

Annie is a skank too says:
August 30, 2010 at 8:20 am

OGV (hip hop nagger) Says:

u love duh kak says:
August 30, 2010 at 8:38 am

So, my posting about how the Gators dodge competition is NOTHING compared to the slimy comments put on here by the obsessed Gator troll. I know you think Miami fans should just accept the constant attacks, but after three years uninterrupted terrorism, it is time to finally return the favor to his supporters.

Posted by: Curse of Jarvis Williams

Just don't lose to Ohio St.

I find it funny when 'canes start spouting off about easy schedules. Here's a look at the last 10 years. Any cane want to go back any further?
Nah, didn't think so

http://www.warrennolan.com/football/2009/sos

2009: UM #5, UF #7
2008: UF #3, UM #22
2007: UF #1, UM #73
2006: UF #1, UM #63
2005: UF #28, UM #45
2004: UM #14, UF #49

http://www.phys.utk.edu/sorensen/cfr/cfr/Output/2003/CF_2003_Main.html

2003: UF #12, UM #44
2002: UF #6, UM #34,
2001: UF #19, UM #27
2000: UF #11, UM #16

Harder schedule: UF 7, UM 3
# of Top 10 schedules: UF 5, UM 1
Average : UF: 14.7, UM 34.3

Just don't lose to Ohio St.

Posted by: beannie weenies | August 31, 2010 at 04:40 PM

A loss to OSU is likely to happen. On the road against the #3 team in the nation, heavy underdogs, there are over 100 teams that would lose in that situation. I hold no false optimism about the game, other than that it will help us note weaknesses before we get to the ACC schedule.

But if we win, I will be a very happy man. Since our last meeting, this game has been circled as an important step in the right direction.

Well written, SouthMiamiGator.

The point has to do with your weak NON-CONFERENCE schedule, which was graded a D- recently.

Your total was actually 8-2 UF, just to be honest.

You need to consider how little control teams have on the respective strength of their fellow conference members, but how MUCH control they have over the quality of their non-conference games.

As the ACC improves and the SEC declines, the OOC schedule will make even more of a difference in the results.

Your totals are also skewed by including the Bowl teams, as your Warren Noaln link does. Miami has admittedly been rebuilding, so games against California and Wisconsin and no ACC title game means that your last two, unscheduled, games help Florida in the total SOS comparison.

Getting a game against Alabama and Cincinnati sure helps in the average winning %age.

A loss to OSU is likely to happen.

Don't tell that to CaneSpace, you'll get lynched.

Posted by: Curse of Jarvis Williams | August 31, 2010 at 05:03 PM


No "S" Sherlock. The conference schedule, conference championship games, and bowl games are part of the whole deal! Parsing out the schedule and comparing various "parts" is meaningless. That's what the ESPN's, CBS', NBC's, and ABC's know. Go back 10, 20, 30 years -- you'll find the SOS results are the same as what the poster above found.

Isolating the OOC and chirping about it is meaningless. That's why 99% of the blog readers ignore your silly diatribe on the matter. In the end, if the Gators win out, they will play the tougher schedule. If they don't win their division or the conference then they will be out of the national conversation (and deservedly so).

I find it funny when 'canes start spouting off about easy schedules. Here's a look at the last 10 years. Any cane want to go back any further?
Nah, didn't think so

http://www.warrennolan.com/football/2009/sos

2009: UM #5, UF #7
2008: UF #3, UM #22
2007: UF #1, UM #73
2006: UF #1, UM #63
2005: UF #28, UM #45
2004: UM #14, UF #49

http://www.phys.utk.edu/sorensen/cfr/cfr/Output/2003/CF_2003_Main.html

2003: UF #12, UM #44
2002: UF #6, UM #34,
2001: UF #19, UM #27
2000: UF #11, UM #16

Harder schedule: UF 7, UM 3
# of Top 10 schedules: UF 5, UM 1
Average : UF: 14.7, UM 34.3

I find it funny when 'canes start spouting off about easy schedules. Here's a look at the last 10 years. Any cane want to go back any further?
Nah, didn't think so

2009: UM #5, UF #7
2008: UF #3, UM #22
2007: UF #1, UM #73
2006: UF #1, UM #63
2005: UF #28, UM #45
2004: UM #14, UF #49

2003: UF #12, UM #44
2002: UF #6, UM #34,
2001: UF #19, UM #27
2000: UF #11, UM #16

Harder schedule: UF 7, UM 3
# of Top 10 schedules: UF 5, UM 1
Average : UF: 14.7, UM 34.3

I'm sure if the SOS statistic was compiled for the '80's we would find UM's schedule would be incredibly mediocre.

No wonder Texas laughed in the face of the SleazEC. Jeremiah Masoli enrolled in the Parks and Recreation curriculum.

Seriously, Gatards, the value of your diploma is going from worthless to punchline. Much like your football program.

Need a shovel to dig out of the manure pile Emmitt laid on you? Or doesnit improve the aesthetics of Trailerville?

Still pounding it Pouding? in the bathroom and running through the mist after finishing?

I guess the answer is "no, we don't need a shovel. Emmit's turd bath freshened the smell around Trailerville."

You are classless, Gatards. The nouveau riche. The tacky uncle. Laughed at by the rest of the SEC, you know, the schools with real traditions.

Wait, what would you know about tradition.

We are the trash of ol' Floriduuuuuuuuuuuhh.

BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, doo doo reference, BLAH,BLAH,BLAH, trailer reference, BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, homophobic reference.

Creative, real creative.

You mean traditions like, don't show up for games, whine about teams not playing us (instead of just winning)...oh no, wait, that's the canes.

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