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Shack Del Rio

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Khan needs to fire Bradley before he ruins Bortles

24 November 2014 - 07:27 AM

It is only his rookie year and Bortles is at a tipping point in his career. It is at the point where this coaching staff is not allowing him to do anything. We saw the promise in the preseason and the first few starts. Whatever promise we saw is gone. Flown out the window weeks ago.


People want Fisch fired but it needs to be more than that. Start at the top. Bradley needs to be gone. He hired Fisch. He is there when they are drawing up the offensive game plan. The team has to hire a new head coach with a background in offense. One that has NFL experience. Otherwise, Bortles could end up a cautionary tale.

This season so far (GIF only)

14 November 2014 - 12:20 PM

During the preseason


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Halftime Week One






Leonard Fournette getting his facemask ripped off

26 October 2014 - 08:14 AM

I have been watching football for a long time and have never seen anything like this



Branden Oliver was a Colt before he was a Charger?

13 October 2014 - 08:29 PM

I heard someone mention that this morning and I think it was the first time I had heard it.


Googled it and yes, it is correct. Sort of.


Was brought in by the Colts after the draft for a workout but was not offered a contract.





The next Florida coach

12 October 2014 - 09:13 AM

Who do Gator fans want?


I have heard names like Gruden and Stoops but they just do not seem realistic.


The two most realistic names, Dan Mullen and Dan Quinn.


Dan Mullen seems to be the most popular, for obvious reasons. This could be the best season in the history of the Mississippi State program. A team loaded with seniors, so this could be his best year there. Get out and get rich while his value is at it's peak level. Money is not an issue for Florida.


Dan Quinn is another. Current Seahawks DC. Was the Florida DC for two seasons. He has more NFL experience and could be in line for an NFL head coaching job.


Outside of that, it seems sort of open.


If they go the "mid-major" coach route like Auburn did with Malzahn and Ole Miss with Hugh Freeze, it could be Bill Clark at UAB or Justin Fuente from Memphis. I doubt either would generate much excitement in Gainesville but you could do worse.