Hey guys, I’m settled into my camp. All is going well. I think I will be able to get in a post a week or so.
But just after my arrival, I found out about Channing Crowder, who played linebacker at UF in 2003 and 2004, “hypothetically” sold some jerseys at Florida.
I’m not focusing on exactly what happened; that’s what google news is for. What I will focus on is how utterly stupid this is.
Look. Urban Meyer and his staff was the best coaching team that has ever walked the face of the earth. Even Addazio. He did a great job with the offensive line, and recruiting (vomit). But they recruited some serious thugs. Gator fans cannot turn away from it, only shoot back at opposing fan bases that their teams are equally bad. The 30 arrests under Meyer was well documented, and there were some serious, for lack of a better word, dumbasses that did not get arrested (Will Hill, for example).
Apparently, however, problems with idiots started even before Meyer got here. No, not the type that get jailed, the kind that get businesses set up in their own house to sell their jerseys.
What is this? Come on. This is NOT what Gator Nation is about. This junk is for AJ Green. Gators should leave this stuff to the pros, like Georgia. Now, THERE’S a university that knows how to be stupid. Hell, I rate stupidity from one to Georgia.
Hopefully, Muschamp can put an end to all stupidity. He made a great start at this by booting Janoris Jenkins. There may have been more retardation in Gatorland then we know, but we do know that with the right guy calling the shots for our football team, we can curb if not completely destroy all idiocy.
(Side note: one of my British co counselors not only follows college football, but knows half of Florida’s roster for 2011. I write this as he tells me who he remembers: Trey Burton, Mike Pouncey, Deonte Thompson, John Brantley, Jordan Reed, Jeff Demps, Chris Rainey, Sharrif Floyd, Jelani Jenkins, Jeremy Brown and Caleb Sturgis. Not bad for somebody from England!!!)
And on that note, I have to go. See you guys later, and whatever happens tonight in baseball, IT’S GREAT TO BE A FLORIDA GATOR