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 03-08-2008, 12:24 PM         #61
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pwayne i swear i saw your a.ss at this tourney in louisville and you came in in a all uk jumpsuit and was yealling all types of shyt then UL fans yelled bac at you 11 for the vandy game damn.....tht shytt was funny i was hoping you was gunna f!ght soome one bbut you stayed in your seat


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 03-08-2008, 12:26 PM         #62
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 03-08-2008, 01:47 PM         #63
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I Wanna See How Emmanuel Moody Works Out In Y'all Offense....If You'll Run With With Tebow Starting Or What.....Tebow Is Monstrous Indeed And Moody Served Us Well So I Could See The Offense Being Explosive....
 10 years ago '04        #64
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 Simba said:
I Wanna See How Emmanuel Moody Works Out In Y'all Offense....If You'll Run With With Tebow Starting Or What.....Tebow Is Monstrous Indeed And Moody Served Us Well So I Could See The Offense Being Explosive....
I think Moody is going to tear it up, he just has to be healthy. Mon Williams could also turn out to be a great RB for us, he's jacked as fu*k and very fast. We should get way more out of the position this year and limit Tebow getting hit. Of course Tebow will get some carries that's a given but that's one of the best parts of his game so we can't go away from it way too much. Also you know Percy will get his touches from the RB position too, probably just not as much as last year. Percy needs 20 touches a game for real, he's too incredible to not have the ball as much as possible.
 03-08-2008, 02:21 PM         #65
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Isn't Harvin Your Reciever Tho?

I Wouldn't Want Him Gettin Blasted By Lineman And Linebackers So Much....:smh;.....Dude Is nasty At Reciever.....
 10 years ago '04        #66
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@harvin being able to handle 20 touches per game. dude is ridiculously sick but he's not that big, youre asking for him to get hurt with all those touches.
 10 years ago '04        #67
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 Simba said:
Isn't Harvin Your Reciever Tho?

I Wouldn't Want Him Gettin Blasted By Lineman And Linebackers So Much....:smh;.....Dude Is nasty At Reciever.....
Thing is is that if he were strictly just a RB he would probably be the best one in the nation, no bullsh*t. He proved last year that not only is he a HR threat on every carry but he can get between the tackles and is not just an outside runner. He averaged like a first down on every carry homie. I honestly would be thrilled as fu*k if he was our primary RB but he is indeed a WR so that would take a huge element out of our passing game. He's up to 198 right now too so he will be able to take even more of a pounding this upcoming season and you know he'll probably be up to about at least 205 by the time the season rolls around. He'll continue being a WR/RB but they plan to utilize his WR skills moreso this season because honestly he's just an amazing football player who can do it all. Best thing about him is that he never ever gives up on a play and is a damn good blocker as well. Us Gator fans are so fu*king lucky to have this guy, albeit for probably just one more year. I miss the n*gga already, not too many come around as good as him.
 10 years ago '05        #68
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 KingJaffieJoe said:
pwayne i swear i saw your a.ss at this tourney in louisville and you came in in a all uk jumpsuit and was yealling all types of shyt then UL fans yelled bac at you 11 for the vandy game damn.....tht shytt was funny i was hoping you was gunna f!ght soome one bbut you stayed in your seat
The hell are you talking about? I haven't been to any games.
 10 years ago '04        #69
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 madness said:
@harvin being able to handle 20 touches per game. dude is ridiculously sick but he's not that big, youre asking for him to get hurt with all those touches.
Read my previous statement. He's about the same size Reggie Bush was in college, he's not a pus*y by any means and pound for pound he's one of the tougher n*ggas on our whole team. He never falls backwards when he gets hit man. You have got to get the ball in the kids hands as often as possible or your selling your offense very short. He needs at least 5-10 carries out of the backfield every game despite who we have coming into play with Moody and Mon Williams and of course he'll be a huge, huge part of the passing game next year. He's a tough kid, he can handle the rigors of a lot of touches.
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 1000bluntz said:
Read my previous statement. He's about the same size Reggie Bush was in college, he's not a pus*y by any means and pound for pound he's one of the tougher n*ggas on our whole team. He never falls backwards when he gets hit man. You have got to get the ball in the kids hands as often as possible or your selling your offense very short. He needs at least 5-10 carries out of the backfield every game despite who we have coming into play with Moody and Mon Williams and of course he'll be a huge, huge part of the passing game next year. He's a tough kid, he can handle the rigors of a lot of touches.
meyer needs to give chris rainey some burn....has he gained any weight?

i read somewhere that rainey may be faster than harvin...:wow:
 10 years ago '04        #71
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Yeah Rainey is going to be amazing. He's up to 175 now and they're trying to get him over 180. I hear that n*gga has a hard time gaining weight and he was anemic to a weightroom before he got to UF. Now the strength coaches love the guy because he works and works. I've heard that him and Harvin have had some really tight races though, Harvin's won a few and so has Rainey. Regardless both are just fast as fu*k on the football field and that's where it matters most. We're lucky to have them both.
 10 years ago '04        #72
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Janoris Jenkins Drops 40 Time


One new Gator player that Urban Meyer said he has been very pleased with is true freshman Janoris Jenkins from Pahokee. Jenkins has been a whirlwind in mat drills and speed drills and has been a great student in the classroom so far proving he really wants it all.

I just found out yesterday that Janoris has already dropped a tenth of a second off of his forty time since arriving on campus. In January he ran the 40 yard dash in 4.55 seconds. He is now at 4.45 after some specific speed training drills and weight training drills. He looks to get a lot faster before all is said and done.


This kid is going to be an amazing corner for us.
 10 years ago '07        #73
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 1000bluntz said:
Janoris Jenkins Drops 40 Time


One new Gator player that Urban Meyer said he has been very pleased with is true freshman Janoris Jenkins from Pahokee. Jenkins has been a whirlwind in mat drills and speed drills and has been a great student in the classroom so far proving he really wants it all.

I just found out yesterday that Janoris has already dropped a tenth of a second off of his forty time since arriving on campus. In January he ran the 40 yard dash in 4.55 seconds. He is now at 4.45 after some specific speed training drills and weight training drills. He looks to get a lot faster before all is said and done.


This kid is going to be an amazing corner for us.
College workouts do wonders..thats why stars dont mean sh*t when it comes to recruiting...its all about how they will grow out and work to improve
 03-10-2008, 03:15 PM         #74
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if this is old then I am sorry just delete.
 10 years ago '04        #75
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 1000bluntz said:
Janoris Jenkins Drops 40 Time


One new Gator player that Urban Meyer said he has been very pleased with is true freshman Janoris Jenkins from Pahokee. Jenkins has been a whirlwind in mat drills and speed drills and has been a great student in the classroom so far proving he really wants it all.

I just found out yesterday that Janoris has already dropped a tenth of a second off of his forty time since arriving on campus. In January he ran the 40 yard dash in 4.55 seconds. He is now at 4.45 after some specific speed training drills and weight training drills. He looks to get a lot faster before all is said and done.


This kid is going to be an amazing corner for us.
pahokee and all those other schools in "the muck" produce some speed-burners, all that rabbit-chasing and sh*t
 10 years ago '04        #76
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Wow I've been on some fu*k sports sh*t the last few weeks with the Gators playing like some straight up hoes but hopefully they can win the NIT, they need all the extra practice time for real .

Anyways Spring Football got underway Wednesday, I'll have some updates or whatever for you bi*ches who want them.
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First day of spring: Deonte is the star


The first day of Florida's spring practice has come and gone and there were a lot of good things to be seen Wednesday. We will focus on the good and bad in this in depth, position by position break down.

QUARTERBACKS: Tim Tebow, Cam Newton, John Brantley

What I liked: They all looked good throwing at times. Newton hit some particularly nice long throws. One was a double hitch and go pattern. He looked right and that one was covered up well, then he looked left and saw a streaking Deonte Thompson, who he hit in stride about 60 yards beyond the line of scrimmage. It was a beautiful throw after looking off of the first receiver.

What I didn’t like: The quarterbacks were all inconsistent often times throwing behind the receivers. It was the first practice and shortly after spring break so not totally unexpected.

RUNNING BACKS: (This is a guess as to the rotation Wednesday) Kestahn Moore, Brandon James, Mon Williams, Emmanuel Moody, Chris Rainey, Aaron Hernandez, Steve Wilks

What I liked: Well, there wasn’t much to see from the running backs without pads on, so can’t really say a whole lot. However, Rainey had a nice highlight in the team drill where he ran into a crowd and somehow nobody touched him, then he slithered outside and raced for a very long 60-yards plus yard touchdown.

No negatives here until we can see them with the pads on and really critique.

WIDE RECEIVERS: (So much shuffling in and out that it’s hard to get the real rotation)
Louis Murphy, Justin Williams, David Nelson
Percy Harvin, Carl Moore, Paul Wilson
Deonte Thompson, Riley Cooper
Cornelius Ingram, Aaron Hernandez, Tate Casey

What I Liked: Murphy, Harvin, and Thompson were all outstanding every time they touched the ball. Carl Moore is powerful, big, and strong, but not exceptionally quick. He does have an awareness about him and uses his body well to make sure he is the guy that comes down with the ball. He plays the game like Mike Williams did at USC. He demands the ball and got plenty of chances on Wednesday. Contrary to what some people have written, Moore is a legitimate 6-4 and 220. Thompson was spectacular on the day and made plenty of defensive backs look both foolish and slow. He should be the third starter and will probably make the Gators with the fastest starting unit in America. Paul Wilson is in great shape and up to 190 pounds now. Justin Williams is really good but has some talent ahead of him. He will play a lot of ball starting in 2009 and needs to get some catches this season.

What I Didn’t Like: There were a lot of drops and a lot of missed a.ssignments. They cut off routes short, or they ran the wrong routes due to coverage. It was the old guys as well as the young ones. But again, it is the first day, so these things should improve.

OFFENSIVE LINE: (The rotation will become obvious as the spring continues)
LT - Carl Johnson, Jason Watkins, Matt Patchan
LG - Jim Tartt, Corey Hobbs
C - Maurkice Pouncey, Mike Pouncey, Corey Hobbs
RG - Mike Pouncey, James Wilson
RT - Jason Watkins, Marcus Gilbert, Jim Barrie

What I Liked: Corey Hobbs looks like a specimen now and is in great shape. He has to be down at least 25 pounds from when he started. Wilson didn’t work out, but was out there and hopefully building relationships with his teammates. Jason Watkins and Marcus Gilbert look like they have really toned their bodies and look very fit. Carl Johnson seems to be down a little weight wise, which is a good thing.

What I Didn’t Like: No Mo Hurt due to his injury and that means with Wilson also nursing his injury, the interior line is a little thin right now. Matt Patchan is at least 30 pounds away from being effective on the offensive line at the moment. Other than that, with no pads on, we can’t get anything from the linemen just yet.

DEFENSIVE LINE: (Rotation will become more obvious as spring moves along)
SDE - Justin Trattou, Carlos Dunlap, Jaye Howard, Earl Okine
WDE - Jermaine Cunningham. Carlos Dunlap, Duke Lemmens
DT - Troy Epps, John Brown, Terron Sanders
DT - Lawrence Marsh, Torrey Davis

What I Liked: Without pads, it is hard to judge the effectiveness of the line as I mentioned with the offensive line. That said, watching Dunlap run is amazing sometimes. He can absolutely run anyone down it seems. Duke Lemmens added some weight, but he still needs more. Troy Epps is 285 and big enough. He needs to mold it a little better. John Brown looks great and moved ahead of Epps to starting position before the end of the day. Okine has a great frame. He looks like a beast until he stands next to the older guys and then you can see he needs to add a little muscle, but he will do so.

What I Didn’t Like: Epps wasn’t effective at all and needs to really tone up his body. He has gained a lot of weight and it seems a little too fast. Sanders looks bigger and I don’t know if that is a good thing.

LINEBACKERS: (Hard to judge the rotation because the Wills and Sams flip sides all the time)
MLB - Brandon Spikes, Lorenzo Edwards, Brendan Beal
SLB - AJ Jones, Ryan Stamper, John Jones
WLB - Dustin Doe, Brandon Hicks

What I Liked: Spikes was in charge. He has a chance to be an All-American this year and he looked like one in charge of the troops today. A.J. Jones has 10 extra pounds and that should bode well for him. Dustin Doe played well in coverage and had a couple of pass break ups. Beal has great size and intensity on the field. He will be hard to keep off the field. Edwards looked great and really flew around. He really looks like he lost 20 pounds and looks much more fluid. We will know more about these linebackers when the pads come on.

The staff actually worked a little differently in individual sessions as safeties coach Chuck Heater took the linebackers and safeties and really coached them on their drops in zone coverages. This is something that will pay dividends big time this season and we never saw it last season.

What I Didn’t Like: Even with the extra practice with Heater, the linebackers seemed to have coverage issues in the seven on seven drills, except for maybe Doe who had a couple of pass break ups.

SECONDARY: (My best guess as to the rotation)
CB - Joe Haden, Jacques Rickerson, Jeremy Brown
CB - Wondy Pierre-Louis, Markihe Anderson, Moses Jenkins, Janoris Jenkins

Saf - Major Wright, Jamar Hornsby, Ahmad Black
Saf - Dorian Munroe, John Curtis, Bryan Thomas, Jerimy Finch

What I Liked: Haden broke up several passes on the day and was absolutely phenomenal most of the day. He should be a star this season. Wondy did get beat a couple of times, but also played excellent deep coverage on the day. He is ultra-aggressive, and needs to know when to be that way and when to lay off. Janoris Jenkins looked good for his first day. Hornsby had a decent day also. He had a couple of nice passes broken up in the one-on-one drills that really work to the advantage of the receiver. Major Wright looked good for all but one or two passes on the day. I think he has trimmed down, hopefully gaining some speed in the process.

What I Didn’t Like: I wanted to see more from Rickerson and Anderson, but the saying goes if you don’t hear about the corners then it was a good day for them. Still, they need to step up and be a force. Dorian Munroe was also silent as was Bryan Thomas who is a great athlete that just never seems to make the plays in practice.

PLAYER OF THE DAY: Deonte Thompson was a machine, and a fast one at that. He could not be stopped. He is so fast when he gets going and that bomb from Newton was beautiful. He looks great keeping his speed on his cuts.

RUNNER-UP: Joe Haden - I think he broke up a half dozen passes on the day and a couple he made the receivers work hard for the catch. He will be a great one.
 10 years ago '04        #78
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Apparently Wilson is reconsidering transferring. Personally I think he's just doing this sh*t to make it look like he tried to give it a chance but he's still gone imo. Whatever happens our OL is going to be ridiculously talented and deep next year.
 10 years ago '04        #79
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Patchan is skinny as fu*k. That n*gga definitely gonna need to pack on 30 this year and then he can get in the mix.
 10 years ago '07        #80
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 1000bluntz said:
Patchan is skinny as fu*k. That n*gga definitely gonna need to pack on 30 this year and then he can get in the mix.
Move the dude to tight end o d-line
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