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On Always College Football, ESPN analyst Greg McElroy said he's "concerned" about Florida supporters expecting too rapid of a turnaround in Billy Napier's second season as head coach...
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UFMatt13 months
NegaGators are a cancer to the program. Support the coaches, players, administration or you are part of the problem.
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KennabraTiger13 months
You frick Matt?
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POTUS202413 months
This is absurd.
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NPComb13 months
I feel you pain Matt. Idiots support every team and will even bitch after a Natty.
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Cenlabration13 months
Lane will be coaching the Gators in 2024 or 25.
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deuce98513 months
Fanbase and boosters are heavily divided on him already. If he has another season like this year I wouldn't be shocked if they can him. He displayed he was way in over his head this year with a decently talented team.
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luciouslou13 months
Lol. He had a hell of a first recruiting class. He has an even stored of playing with his players yet. No way to know if your statement is true
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Timeoday13 months
I see Alabama is following the Democratic party model with TV analysts. Disparage the competition consistently when on the air. Say nothing but great things about the Gumps.
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TouchdownTony13 months
When if you can be objective, Florida does look to be in a much worse situation. I love that even LSU fans think Bama going 11-2 is the same as losing season at most places. everyones standards of Bama are the same.
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atltiger648713 months
well, UF is a dumpster fire and Bama just had an 11-2 season, with two last second losses. So yea, analysts are going to speak highly of Bama and poorly of UF.
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UncleLester13 months
Wait a minute! Sun Belt Billy will get everything fixed in Gainesville in no time.
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VoxDawg13 months
Let It burn.
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Rex Feral13 months
Let them suffer
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TrueLefty13 months
Oh no! The sky is falling!
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