Florida is the biggest favorite ever to lose, unless ESPN is wrong. And yeah Driskell is fucking awful.
Flex what about GINO TORETTA?!!!>!!
A little bit before my time. I watched at a young age, but can not recall SUCH A CHARACTER.
Stephen Morris had a very good year, but you're right, Flex. He's not going to do anything in the NFL. Knowing that Bridgewater was commited to Miami (something I was previous unaware to) but then left after Shannon was fired kind of pissed me off.
I told my friend who's a UF fan that Morris > Driskell and he came back with the typical "LOOK AT THE WINS LOLOL" shit. Idiots.
Yeah, Morris was okay. Never blew me away. Very up and down. Probably completed somewhere close to 50ish % of his passes? Just not good enough with DUKE posing a threat to defenses. Where UF did their damage this year was that unflappable defense.
Louisville has a pretty good QB from the state of Florida on their team.
and of course the SEC is gonna win yet another National Title because Notre Dame are frauds as well.
That's all well and dandy, but with three of the richest traditions in college football, you would assume UF, FSU, or UM could effectively recruit at that position in their own state. It's much like college basketball in the state of IL. High schools like Simeon and Thornton notoriously produce some of the best high school basketball talent in the nation (Derrick Rose, Anthony Davis, Jabari Parker, Kevin Garnett, etc,.), yet they all jump ship to play and/or prepare for the pro's in other states.
Now, the Illinois basketball dilemma is understandable, but as far as the Florida football situation goes, you have to think that Jimbo Fisher, Al Golden and Muschamp aren't doing something right interpersonally with their recruits. We surely know those three schools have the allure.