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Friday Fodder: Game times set, recruiting news, UF-UM update


GAINESVILLE -- Florida fans will receive a brief reprieve from the heat this fall, as the Southeastern Conference announced the Gators’ season opener against Idaho (Aug. 30) will be a 7 p.m. kickoff on ESPNU. 

Earlier in the week, CBS announced the annual Florida-Georgia game in Jacksonville (Nov. 1) will be televised on the network for the 12th straight year with a 3:30 p.m. kickoff. 

The Gators now have four game times set, as UF’s home tilts against Eastern Michigan (Sept. 6) and Kentucky (Sept. 13) are scheduled for 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., respectively, with both games airing on the SEC Network. 


Three-star defensive tackle Andrew Ivie, younger brother of Florida sophomore defensive end Joey, committed to the Gators Thursday, per multiple recruiting services. 

The 6-foot-3, 288-pound Pasco product chose Florida over Ole Miss, Mississippi State and UCF. 

Ivie is the eighth prospect verbally pledged to UF’s 2015 class. 


The SEC Spring Meetings concluded Friday, and while league commission Mike Slive announced several major tidbits from the week’s worth of discussions, the Florida-Miami series was a minor noteworthy topic early in the week. 

According to Associated Press reporter Mark Long, Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley said there’s “mutual interest” in renewing the Miami-Florida football series, but only as a “one-game deal at a neutral site.”

Foley’s quote on the matter hardly makes a potential showdown a reality (in the near or distant future), but it does clear up exactly how “receptive” Florida is in “renewing the series.”

The rub moving forward is how much cash can/will a neutral contest generate and what exactly constitutes a neutral site?


The league announced record revenue in 2013, as $309.6 million will be distributed amongst the 14 schools -- an average of $20.9 million per university. With the league introducing its own TV network this summer, that number could double next season. 

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The last 20 years ...



u - 0 & 1 ... zero & one ... zip & one ... nada & []_[]no ...

u looose again ...


The S.E.C. announced record revenue in 2013, as $309.6 million will be distributed amongst the 14 schools -- an average of $20.9 million per university. With the league introducing its own TV network this summer, that number could double next season.



It's an S.E.C. Thang that []_[] simply could NEVER []_[]nderstand ...



Dynamic Louisiana athlete Derrick Dillon has commanded national collegiate interest, from nearby LSU to Notre Dame. After spending several months surveying his options, he identified a trio of programs as top contenders during his conversation with 247Sports reporter Sonny Shipp (subscription required).

The 5'11", 180-pound Pine High School playmaker pinpointed Florida State, Texas A&M and Florida as favorites. Dillon, a 4-star playmaker, is capable of playing a variety of positions at the next level, viewed as a defensive back or wide receiver in most recruiting offices.

The Seminoles, Gators and Aggies each see him as a difference-maker on offense.

“I like how they all throw the ball a lot and they want me to play the slot which is where I want to play,” Dillon told 247Sports.

He rushed for 1,927 yards and 26 scores last season, adding seven touchdown tosses at quarterback. Dillon also starred on defense, tallying 29 tackles, three interceptions and a touchdown return.

During the past two seasons at Pine, he accounted for 56 total offensive touchdowns.


Wasn't this article about another 3 star commit? 4&5 star uf.... Lol...more like 4&8 record uf!

What's up with all these unheard of OOS ooc schools beating uf at home. College of Charleston? Is that a community college?

Dillon names 3 schools and he is all gator? Maybe he is all semi ole....or Aggie....grab what you can I guess.

Best of best, why didn't you include Miami and southern? They beat one of your suspossed best. Do you also realize the big 12 makes more money than the sec?

What a gracious host. Gifted community of Charleston a win last night. Just read an article that was titled " gators have little time to prepare for elimination game". I don't understand why y'all gift so many games when the object is to win as many as you can. Every one gets a ribbon at public schools.

Does last nights loss mean uf won't schedule community of Charleston for football now?

Once again Ufelons and Foley are avoiding UM and the dominance the Canes have over gator trash. Ufelons have to play FSU so stop pointing to that OOC game and take off Idaho (paying them $2MM to kick your arss) and schedule THE U biatches.

lMAO fthy rich and 4-8!


Filthy rich and lost to dirt poor Georgia southern. You can't make this stuff up.

Filthy rich and can't do a home and home in the same state.

Filthy rich and can't beat MIAMI.

Maybe y'all should use some of that money for educating the diploma mill students.

Does filthy rich mean it doesn't sting so bad when you pay a div all team to beat you down at home?

Div ll (auto correct)

Does kinda make sense now... The more money people have the less common sense they have. Doesn't explain uf fans though.

Filthy rich? Alleged top recruiting classes?

When you go 7-5, 6-6 and 4-8, that is the definition of failure and cowardice.

Andrew Ivie is a 3 star with offers only from UCF and the dregs of the SEC (the Missys and OoF). That is your plan to win? And does anyone really think that Derrick Dillon would rather play for Muscrap than Les Miles?

You're dreaming, Gatr Trash. This fall is going to be fun watching you get punked every week.

It is great, to watch, the Gatr Trash lose.

Ta Ta, maggot nation. You are a running joke.

Ousted in two games. OUCH! At home . Eliminated by the ACC.OUCH!

What's even funnier is watching you talk trash about baseball, when you're about to get knocked out as well. But thats typical, a cane fan talking trash when their team is just as terrible.

Eliminated by the ACC is not talking trash. Its a fact. It happened. Its called talking baseball. Heck, most comments here are facts. Well, except for the first few. Go back to where you came from gator mummy, this is a Cane blog now.

gatordumb, you should remain silent because you make yourself look like a bigger moron than usual. Just live with the fact the ACC owns gator trash and move on. 2 and BBQ, that's what the motto is of gator baseball.

Jlo....why aren't you calling gatorlum a virgin for saying the gators are terrible? Even I know neither team is terrible. They may not be great but they sure aren't terrible as gatorlum stated. If you don't respond in a few days I will try to call him a virgin for you in one of my posts if I can make it sound like its not a 14 year old saying it.

It's because gaylo is a typical jort-wearing gatr maggot.

While he spends his time talking about money and facilities and meaningless preseason polls, the gatr trash gets swept at home by an ACC team. Never has there been a more cowardly skewwl, a disgusting fanbase or horrible legacy than gatr trash.

Look in the mirror, maggots. It ain't pretty.

Blog PIG, still waiting for you to leave your rusted trailer and make an appearance. Or do we have to wait for the 9-11 sob story?

LMAO....at just filthy...




NO ONE WANTS TO PLAY FOR UFILTH. PUNKED AGAIN AND AGAIN. Started with Ermon Lane and Dalvin Cook, now Florida receiver target Deon Cain chose Clemson Friday.

Deondre Farrier will punk you soon enough and Antonio Calloway is all CANE.

When the Blog Pig talked about 'Ships, he was talking about Women's Softball 'ships. That's all UFilth can do. Go play in the children's sandbox, UFilth.


2 and BBQ, that's gator baseball. Although the canes fell short in the regional championship game, they at least showed heart unlike gator trash that laid down like Ollie Trojans mom 36 times, 9 men and woolah you have gator trash.

Go gator football (4-8), go gator basketball (disappointment again), go gator baseball (2 and BBQ), nothing in trailer town to cheer about but Jlo and gatordumb will come on chanting "Girls Softball" losers.

Figured there'd be some sort of delusional silver lining to losing just like the Gators did. LOL! You cane fans never cease to amaze. Gotta love that last ridiculously stupid comment. What is it exactly that there is to cheer about in the Gables??? That comment alone is why you guys are the biggest joke in college athletics. As well as the most delusional.

$20 M - does that even cover Huntley Johnson's yearly bill AND bail?

Loo at Gatordumb with his white-washing statement that the Canes lost "just like the gators did."

Moron? Gomer? The Canes lost in the regional championship and put up a fight in every game. Gatr TRash? The UFilth was swept on its home field. Didn't put up a fight just laid down like the cowards they are. Curb-stomped by an ACC team.

Is that poetic justice? A fairytale ending? Either way, it is fact. UFilth. All hat no cowboy.

Will Hill, cut by the Giants after another failed drug test. The third in 4 years. That is the true legacy of UFilth. Drugs and murders.

It's an SEC UFilth thang.

"Play 2 then it's roach BBQ."

The new UFilth motto.

u cane fans that come on here are reaching so pathetically badly. u've done nothing in any sport in over a decade and the only joy u get is when the GATORS or FSU looose. That's not just sad, that's tragic. If u could just win... win in anything you might have some merit in ur del[]_[]sional comments. But u can't win, haven't won and will continue to not win as ur ENTIRE Athletic program and all sports teams just plain s[]_[]ck.

now, if u want to read pure comedic gold as to the actual state of u and ur sorry u, that u are u guy that rips u clUcks multiple new ones daily is not just the the greatest blog commentator on the Miami Herald, but some of the best sports wise in the entire World.



I axe u again... all u need to do is reply with a date/4#'s... When was the last time u even played for a NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP in a FINAL in ANY Sport ???
























































2002 ... o[]_[]ch... no wonder u act they way u looosers do...

Ummm, maggot? Ohhhhh, maggot. The UFilth last played for an NC was for the 2007 season. That will be 7 years ago. Since then, your bloated crappy foosball squad has enjoyed seasons of 7-5, 6-6 and 4-8.

When was the last time the Canes won? Well, Canes pounded UFilth last year. How's that for starters, blog Pig?

You cheer women's softball because it's all you gots, maggot. That's it. Well, that is until September 11 this year when you will have another limp-wristed sob story.

Let's hear about the Marines. 9-11. Boo hoooo. Rusted trailer. Love bugs and stench from the tRailerpark. That is all you gots.

Wonder if GatrDumb is proud to have this blog Pig fighting the internet battle between bites of his fried Twinkie.

Booo Hooooo. Waaaaahhhh. Get me a tissoooooo. From the Pig files:

OK University Of Miami Hurricanes Fans, here's the deal ... U Won, made the plays, deserved to Win, are the better team and have been the better program over a 30 year period. The Florida Gators got hit right in their moufs. That may just be an opinion, but that's what the results on the playing field states. No excuses. We Gators n Canes have been going at it since the Summer of '08 on these blogs and it's been full insults ahead for over 1,800 straight days. It's been a constant back n forth of, U said, Gator said... Gator said, U said. U Suck, Gators Suck. Has it been interesting ? At times sure. Has it been ugly ? Mostly. Has it meant a damn thing on the field ? No. Now back in that Summer of '08 the Gators will say U came to their blog spouting pollution. And U will say that the Gators came to Ur blog doing the same thing. Ultimately and ending cycle of mostly senseless ridiculousness that just went round n round in a circle of insults and foolishness didn't mean a thing. So, having said that, It's over. I'm not asking for a truce, just saying it's over by virtue of the fact that our Football rivalry is no more. It's just in the past. Now U can say why U think it's over. And Ur entitled to that opinion. The Gators will have their reasons, and they are entitled to that opinion. Bottom line is this... Right now, Miami Football... Florida Football ... Florida State Football Programs are not "Back" Yet. But they are ALL rising. No debate that they are 3 of the Best Top to Bottom College Football Programs College Football has EVER seen and easily Top-5-10 over the last 20-30 years combined. Simply put, when the State of Florida BIG-3 are ALL doing well, College Football is far better as a result. It's a State of Florida thing that the other 49 States, as well as the World simply wouldn't understand, could never understand, will never get and certainly will never fathom.

Now I'm not here to call for some kind of truce. I think we all know, in totality, that's an impossibility. And really, I don't really think we need one. We as fans are passionate. Some more fanatical than others. But from this point forward I hope we can just be more civil to one another as Miamian-Hurricanian / Gainesvillian-Reptilian - Floridian Americans. I will. I also sincerely want to apologize for some of my disrespectful comments in the past Cane fans. But in my own defense, I must say that far more of my "nasty" and "hateful" posts were others impersonating me. And trying to explain that, during those times, was simply useless. As for the other Gators that post here, I ask you to drop n bury the axe. It's been too long, the winding road has run it's course. The Gator n Cane points and counter points are just moot now... Time to move on. The Canes have their destiny and the Gators have theirs. God willing, for the sake of College Football, they will meet again someday in the foreseeable future in the Post-Season. Which could only mean one thing... We Both Don't SUCK !

In closing, I think we Gators n Canes can certainly agree on one thing. There are ups n downs, trials n tribulations, ebbs n flows for every Program in College in all Sports as well as life... I do believe it's safe to say that The Miami Hurricane and Florida Gator Football Programs are both ascending no matter how we might personally feel about the past... Win or Lose, Victory or Defeat, Saturday September 7th from High Noon until the final gun was as compelling as College Football gets or ever gets (minus of course that Driskel left-handed pass with 8 seconds to go). Much respect to U and Urs ...

Good luck Cane Fans... Go get Ur Coastal and ACC Championship. When U do, the rest will fall into place...

Gators ... ditto ... Eastern ... SEC ... ???

See U down the line Mighty CANE FANS ... perhaps in Basketball or Baseball ... SALUTE.

No Mas from me.


A Miami born GATOR/CANE ... 9-11-13

C'est la vie Arty ... It's been real brother.
Posted by: Soldy is dead ... R.I.P. | September 11, 2013 at 10:01 PM

LMAO...gator fans are hypocrites with less rings than our oline coach. It took the gators a century (100 yrs) to win their first ring and then another twenty to win their second one. You can win twenty but we own your public institution. Literally and figuratively.

Just like I said, jlo and gatordumb would shout "what about womens softball", pathetic. Sign the home and home with the U and maybe you might get some respect or continue to play the likes of GA Southern, oh wait Foley wont let that happen again, bawahhhhaaaa

4-8 is what ufelons are. LMAO 4-8...that's bad coaching period. Am Golden could have won 8 with that overrated crew.can't wait to see the struggle they put up against idahoCC. The vandals are gonn a vandalize gville. 3 more months. Let the sweat beads start. Georgia southern... Lol...can't get that self block out of my head. WHEW! I LOVEME SOME COLLEGE FOOTBALL.

The Idaho beatdown LOOOOOOOOOMS, Gatr maggots.

They weren't such dirtbags in the B12. Only when they get to the SlimEC do they devolve into murderers and criminals:

Starting linebacker Darian Claiborne and starting defensive tackle Isaiah Golden were arrested and charged with aggravated robbery Tuesday, according to the College Station Police Department.

According to police, the pair are accused of robbing three male victims at gunpoint after the three men agreed to purchase marijuana from Claiborne and Golden.

A news release from CSPD said that Claiborne and Golden “arrived at the apartment to complete the transaction, one of the suspects produced a handgun, pointed it at one of the victims while the other suspect took the money that was present to purchase the marijuana. While this was occurring, one of the victims stood up from the couch and was struck in the face by the suspect with the handgun. The suspects then fled the area on foot and the victims notified police.”

They need to rename the conference The Southeastern penantentary conference.


The only story that really mattered when Hannah Rogers fielded the ball that ended the game was the one about the team that piled on top of her in celebration. The best team this season.

The most statistically dominant team throughout the NCAA tournament, Florida beat Alabama 6-3 to sweep the final series and win the first national championship in program history. At times the best team in the country during the regular season and at times a far cry from it, Florida didn't even need to be at its best Tuesday night to complete a postseason run that proved it deserved to dance with the trophy.

It clinched the championship with Rogers, who was named the World Series most outstanding player and who throughout the tournament put together one of the most impressive sustained postseason pitching performances of any championship ace in the past decade, watching from the dugout until the sixth inning.

The Gators won despite four errors in the first four innings, 10 percent of the total errors their otherwise brilliant defense committed in 67 games this season.

They got arguably the biggest out of their season, with two outs and the bases loaded with Crimson Tide in a game the Gators led by three runs in the fourth inning, on a pitch thrown by freshman Delanie Gourley, who was five batters into her first appearance in a game since the less stomach-churning surroundings of an NCAA tournament regional at home against Florida A&M.

In its own way, the less than perfect play proved just how much the team had separated itself from the field by June.

Of course, when outfielder Kirsti Merritt secured the first out of the seventh inning on a diving catch in center as good as any all week in Oklahoma City, there was a reminder what this team had at its disposal.

"This team actually set a goal to win a national championship," Florida coach Tim Walton said. "It's the first one we've ever talked about. ... This team actually felt like we had the parts and the pieces to do it. I'm so very proud, kind of gutsy, kind of bold. But just give [the players] the credit. I think they really did a good job of doing their part and taking the responsibility to be a good teammate, a good friend and, obviously, a good player."

How differently it could have gone.

About 45 minutes before first pitch, Rogers was among a handful of Florida players participating in a hacky-sack circle in front of the dugout, not where the starting pitcher would normally be so soon before first pitch. Confirmation came when the lineups were announced shortly thereafter. The player who had dominated the tournament to that point wouldn't start.

For a coach who had already seen his share of disappointments in the final round of the event, swept by Washington in 2009 and Arizona State in 2011, Walton took an enormous gamble by starting junior Lauren Haeger in place of Rogers. He then doubled down on the bet by replacing Haeger not with Rogers but with Gourley.

Walton said the plan all along was to start Haeger in the second game regardless of the outcome of the first game, because he was wary of giving the Crimson Tide a second consecutive look at Rogers.

"So we stuck with it," Walton continued. "I honestly didn't sleep very well last night. Not that I don't have any trust and faith in Lauren. I do. And Delanie, as well. But Hannah's just been on fire, and to take her out of this game and to throw the other two, I know it was gutsy and I know it was bold.

"We've talked all year long [that] we don't have a superstar on our team. We have a bunch of players who do their jobs. I think today was a tribute to that."

It might not have been former U.S. national soccer team coach Greg Ryan benching goalkeeper Hope Solo before a Women's World Cup semifinal in 2007, but it had all the ingredients to implode.

If Oklahoma took a calculated risk a season ago when it started Michelle Gascoigne instead of Keilani Ricketts with a lead in the championship series against Tennessee, this was a gamble.

As prolific as Florida was in the postseason, scoring more runs in the NCAA tournament than all but two champions in the past decade, it was not the Oklahoma offense of a season ago. It rode out peaks and valleys over the course of the season. It struggled for runs during a losing skid in late March and then again fell flat in the SEC tournament. And while Haeger posted good numbers as one of three pitchers who saw significant innings during the regular season, she didn't pitch at the same level this season that Gascoigne did a season ago, when the latter was among 10 finalists for national player of the year.

The move immediately looked like it had come back to haunt the Gators when Haeger gave up a run in the top of the first and narrowly escaped further damage against the Crimson Tide. But Florida senior Stephanie Tofft delivered a two-strike, two-out home run off Jaclyn Traina in the bottom of the first inning to tie it and Kirsti Merritt's three-run home run the following inning expanded the lead to 5-1 and put the game on a clear course toward a singular outcome.

"I told my team and I told Hannah, 'I'm just going to go as long and as hard as I can,' " Haeger said. "I knew I had two pitchers behind me that were going to shut everyone down, too. We've been swinging the bat well and for them to give me insurance in the bottom of the first, when I gave up a run in the first inning, was really great.

"When Coach Walton told me [about the start], it was a great feeling. It made me feel like he could trust me."

Every part of those early innings spoke to how Florida got to this point. Not in the literal sense of the games they won during the tournament -- those had a lot to do with Rogers, but in how the program got to a point where all it needed to push it over the top was an ace getting hot at the right time of year. Florida needed to become a program that didn't need to dominate to win.

And not unlike the team they defeated Tuesday and which won the SEC's first title two seasons ago, the Gators can once and for all know that they have stopped playing catch-up on the rest of the country.

There had already been 15 NCAA champions crowned before Florida played a softball game. UCLA won seven NCAA championships, not counting one that was vacated, before Florida won a softball game of any kind. It was a good program with eight seasons under its belt when Walton was hired in 2005, but good doesn't satisfy anyone in Gainesville, least of all athletic director Jeremy Foley, who hired a coach from Wichita State with as much baseball as softball in his background. The expectation was clear.

"The main thing was just the culture and creating a winning, consistent habit," Walton said of his challenge. "I'm a person that came from a tremendous routine-oriented program as a [baseball] player. And once you learn that, you come in and you instill that and then the expectation is kind of there. That was the big thing, just change the culture. We had some talent. We just didn't know how to close games out, they didn't know how to really battle and thrive under pressure."

They made it to the World Series within three seasons, the championship series within four. They won 70 games one season and set home run records. But each time they got close to a championship, there was a piece missing or some break that didn't go their way.

This team isn't the most star-studded Florida team ever assembled, but it may well be the one that fits together the best. It isn't full of stars, but it is full of parts. Hitters who extend pitch counts, as they did while striking out just once against Traina, and mix small and big ball. Pitchers who are capable when called upon and offer different looks. And fielders who, Tuesday's errors notwithstanding, save the team far more runs than they cost it.

Rogers ends her career tied with former California All-American Jolene Henderson for the 12th-most wins in NCAA Division I history. Only four pitchers with more wins also won national championships: Arizona's Alicia Hollowell, Washington's Danielle Lawrie, Oklahoma's Keilani Ricketts and UCLA's Keira Goerl. It is heady company and it casts her legacy in a completely new light.

But it's almost as fitting that the senior who starred in the final game wasn't so much Rogers, who picked up the save with two innings of relief, as Tofft . A California native who played her first two seasons of college softball at Northern Illinois, not exactly a regular part of the championship discussion, she decided to transfer after her sophomore year and emailed Walton.

He needed bodies at the time and gave her a shot. She started at third base for two years. And not only did she hit the home run that dulled Alabama's momentum Tuesday night, she drove in six runs in five games during the World Series.

The same World Series she used to watch from her couch long after her college season ended each year. What she saw was not her softball reality.

"Not even close to being possible," Tofft said. "I never thought in a million years that I would end up at Florida, let alone in a national championship series. And getting to end our last game on a win is an amazing feeling. I don't think it's hit me yet that we won. I would not want to be with any other group of girls, any other coaching staff. I love our fans, everything."

Florida had the tournament's best player, but it was never a one-player team.

Just a championship team.

It's going on 15 years since []_[] sorry clUcks have even sniffed a NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP in ANYTHING and []_[]r still not close in ANY Sport... Within that same time frame, the NATIONAL POWER PROGRAM MIGHTY FLORIDA GATORS have clicked off 17 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS and 8 just in the last 4 years...


[]_[] ... ? ... NADA... ZIP.. ZILCH.. ZERO... In 15 YEARS and counting...


Another sports season completed, yet another National Championship for the University of Florida.

Florida won the NCAA softball championship Tuesday with a 6-3 victory over Alabama and increased the school's national title haul to 33.

The 15 national titles since 2006 lead the SEC. The Gators have won multiple trophies in each of the last five years.

Here's the list by championship year.


Softball NCAA Championships

Women's Gymnastics NCAA Championships


Men's Outdoor Track & Field NCAA Championships

Women's Gymnastics NCAA Championships


Men's Outdoor Track & Field NCAA Championships

Women's Tennis NCAA Championships

Men's Indoor Track & Field NCAA Championships


Women's Tennis NCAA Championships

Men's Indoor Track & Field NCAA Championships


Women's Swimming NCAA Championships

Men's Indoor Track & Field NCAA Championships


Football BCS/Associated Press


Men's Basketball NCAA Championships


Men's Basketball NCAA Championships

Football BCS/Associated Press


Women's Tennis NCAA Championships


Men's Golf

NCAA Championships



Better no NC's in football than to be so lowly as to have to celebrate a women's softball title. Dats all you gots, UFilth.

Don't look now, Oberlin College is celebrating the women's equestrian title. Romping on Gatr Trash. Gooooooooo Oberlin. Yeah. Take that, UFilth.


nice multiple punctuation, Pu**y.

Should I let the blog Pig know that during that run, the Canes are 4-1 vs. Gatr Trash? Should I? Do I burst his trailer-bubble?

Naaahhhh. I just let the wittle Pig wallow in his own filth. UFilth that is.

Did that guy just brag about softball, swimming, and golf?

the blog Pig thinks UFilth is Stanford or Pepperdine. Well, except they are better in all sports and their academics are off-the-charts better than UFilth.

Oh, and their campuses aren't toxic wasted dumps. But other than that, the blog Pig is right.

Wow, looks like someone has gator envy. Keep up the posting stupid, keep showing us how we consume your feeble mind day in and day out. Over 30 plus posts about how bad we are but yet you can't live your life because you are obsessed by all things UF. It would be comical if it wasn't so sad.

Well, just like government officials are "obsessed" with issues that are deemed disgusting, wasteful, harmful and bad for the public. Same goes for UFilth.

You know, in case you were wondering.




pee U

Currently on a 7 game losing streak...

Gotta love the #1gators poster. If any team is #1 in this state I would have to say you would have to base it on national titles and there you have an answer. If you want to keep it current then FSU would be #1. If is #3 at best. At best!

Jlo makes its appearance as Pee U, how puzzy of you jlo. Bragging on womens softball just like I called it. Its all gator trash has is a NC in a girls sport that no one cares about, its what Ufail produces, BAWAHHHAAAA

We #3 in the state!

U keep making my point. Sad and pathetic How does it feel that uf consumes your worthless existence? Laces out Finkel, laces out!

You live in gville? Is that why you sign off with pee u?

yup... ucf ranked right behind the GATORS and FSU in the 2014 Poll...

[]_[] ? #4 in the State right there somewhere down the list with usf n fiu...

Which poll? The way too early poll? How about the just beat you poll? You actually follow polls that have a team on a 7 game losing streak ranked? That's a government education for you. Stupid is as gator fans do.

Of course, blog Pig will remember the excuse train dribbling out of the pie-holes of the gatr maggots. Such gems as:

- Driskel;
- interceptions;
- turnovers;
- refs mean;
- rainy;
- injuries.

An obese maggot and stooopid? Is that the blog Pig? What, no 9-11 sob story yet? Marines? Blubbering Miami-born Gator/Cane/Piggy?

Gatr Trash skipper Sully out-shined by the women's softball coach?

That's what happens to men at UFilth. Gutted. Emasculated. Sent home packing. Ol' Muscrap is next after the


BBWWWHAHAHAHAHA. If it's filth, it has to be UFilth.

Gatr Trash, so gutted of talent, has to take an ACC tight end.

BWWHAHAAHAHA. That is what has become of the UFilth. BAck to your mediocre mean, maggots. If this transfer thought the UVA QB was awful, wait till he gets a load of Driskel.

And stench of Trailerville will make him want to get back to Charlotesville in a second.

This dude's mom is a junkie and he doesn't know his father. Icing on the cake is that his sister went to Santa Fe and ended up with the tack team, well you know, them running track on her.

What else explains the 40 + posts and love letters? Tell me I am wrong. Even Sid the Douche Bag would agree.

No I wouldn't agree jlo....I have never met his family or read their posts to form an opinion of them. The reason I formed an opinion on you is because you call people names that 7-14 year old boys use. Your a bigger loser than last years 4-8 team.

Let me change my screen name again.

Ranked in what, gator bait weekly, bawaahhhaaaa

Typical SlimEC garbage:

Law enforcement and the DEA seized 1,500 bricks of heroin (75,000 stamped bags), 16 firearms, more than $100,000 in cash and jewelry, two luxury vehicles, Cuban cigars and a live chicken.

Mt. Washington residents were surprised to learn that the townhouse is the suspected distribution point of a major heroin operation.

Allegheny County property records show that Deshea Townsend owns the house.

Townsend is currently the cornerbacks coach at Mississippi State University.

Typical SlimEC garbage.

Garbage in = Criminal garbage out. UFilth leads in that category.

Baton Rouge Police have arrested Jalen Mills, 20, Highland Rd., LSU cornerback and charged him with 2nd Degree Battery.

According to a warrant, Mills reportedly punched a female victim in the mouth while at his Highland Rd. apartment complex in May of this year.

The victim, who notified authorities, stated she was at Mills’ apartment complex when she knocked on Mills’ door looking for her friend. Mills opened the door then closed it in the victim’s face so she knocked again. When no one came to the door the victim walked away down the hall. She stated she heard someone say something to her while walking away and when she turned around Mills punched her in the mouth. She fell to the pavement and was unconscious briefly, according to the report. The victim required 4 stitches in her lip as a result of the attack.

Mills was identified in a 6 person line-up by the victim as the person who punched her. A witness also came forward and corroborated the victim’s statement, stating Mills was the one who punched the female victim.

Mills’ identification lists his height as 6’0″, 195 lbs. The victim’s identification lists her height as 5’3″, 113 lbs.

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