Category Archives: Florida Gators

Georgia Recruiting Breaking News: Florida Gator DB Commit Flips to the Bulldogs

According to Rusty Mansell of 247Sports, Deontai Williams of Jacksonville is no longer a Gator commit.  To add insult to Will Muschamp and Company’s injury, he’s now verbally committed to Georgia.

Williams is a 6’0″, 175 lb. DB and is considered the nation’s 29th-best safety per 247Sports.  In addition to Georgia and Florida, he holds offers from the likes of Auburn, LSU, Miami, Mississippi State and Louisville.

Undoubtedly, a relatively unestablished secondary and the opportunity to play early factored into his decision.


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Georgia Football: Thoughts about the Rival Florida Gators Following Their Media Days Showing

Will Muschamp Doesn’t Feel a Hot Seat Because He Doesn’t Feel and He Sure as Hell Doesn’t Sit.



Not sure if that’s who Florida is in 2014, but I guess we’ll find out.  I do know that’s who the Gators were in 2012, for what it’s worth.  But I know more recently, the Gators were a team with a losing record high (or low) lighted by a loss to Georgia Southern.  So there’s that.

In all seriousness, I think Florida’s due for a huge rise. There’s just too much talent on that team to put up back-to-back losing seasons.  Their last four recruiting classes have posted an average national ranking of 7 (per 247Sports).


“Jeff Driskel is the Best. Period” – Florida Gators Players and Coaches, Also Vandy Player

A few quotes presented without commentary:

  • “I think Jeff’s the best quarterback in college football.” – Florida CB Vernon Hargreaves III
  • “Couldn’t think of a better way to start the SEC schedule than a win at Alabama on the road.” – Florida QB Jeff Driskel
  • ” I think [the most feared QB in the SEC] would probably bee Jeff Driskel.” – Vandy LB Adam Butler
  • “In my opinion, I think he’s the best quarterback in the SEC.” – Florida DL Dante Fowler


I’m all about confidence in your guy, I think that’s crucial in this league.  I’m also all about the changes that Kurt Roper (Florida’s new O.C.) is capable of making.  But I think Driskel hype should probably be non-existent.  A few stats without commentary:

  • Number 1 Pro Style QB in the class of 2011
  • 2011: 47% completion rate, 0 TD, 2 INTs
  • 2012: 137 passing yards and one touchdown pass per game as starter
  • 2013: 477 passing yards, two TDs and three INTs in 2.1 football games


His season was cut extremely short last year, but 2013 was still his best campaign as a passer (as measured by rating).  Last year, his 135.5 passer rating would have ranked 61st in the country among full-time QBs and would have trailed Bo Wallace, James Franklin, Austyn Carta-Samuels, Nick Marshall, Aaron Murray, Connor Shaw, A.J. McCarron, Zach Mettenberger and Johnny Manziel within the SEC.

I’d take a few days off at Driskel Heisman Campaign Headquarters…


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2014 SEC Previews

Every year, the SEC Preview portion of gets more substantial.  This year is no exception.

Beginning tomorrow (July 14th) we will spend three days on each and every Southeastern Conference team.  We’re going to start at the bottom of the conference and work our way to the top with the following elements for each team:

  • Day 1: Big, bad, occasionally-comprehensive preview by the Dude.
  • Day 2: Podcast featuring (at the very least) Chad Floyd and Andrew Hall and a few special guests a long the way.
  • Day 3: Staff preview and predictions.


Accordingly, here is the schedule for the weeks to come:





  • July 26: Andrew’s Mississippi State Preview
  • July 27: Mississippi State Podcast
  • July 28: Staff Mississippi State Preview


  • July 29: Andrew’s Texas A&M Preview
  • July 30: Texas A&M Podcast
  • July 31: Staff Texas A&M Preview


  • August 1: Andrew’s Tennessee Preview
  • August 2: Tennessee Podcast
  • August 3: Staff Tennessee Preview


  • August 4: Andrew’s Florida Preview
  • August 5: Florida Podcast
  • August 6: Staff Florida Preview


  • August 7: Andrew’s Ole Miss Preview
  • August 8: Ole Miss Podcast
  • August 9: Staff Ole Miss Preview


  • August 10: Andrew’s LSU Preview
  • August 11: LSU Podcast
  • August 12: Staff LSU Preview


  • August 13: Andrew’s “Formal” Georgia Preview (Lots more where this is coming from)
  • August 14: Georgia Podcast (one of many)
  • August 15: Staff Georgia Preview (ditto)


  • August 16: Andrew’s South Carolina Preview
  • August 17: South Carolina Podcast
  • August 18: Staff South Carolina Preview


  • August 19: Andrew’s Auburn Preview
  • August 20: Auburn Podcast
  • August 21: Staff Auburn Preview


  • August 22: Andrew’s Alabama Preview
  • August 23: Alabama Podcast
  • August 24: Staff Alabama Preview


Various pieces will appear related to the teams discussed above, but those will be surprises.  Additionally, we will spend the final few days leading up to the season thusly:

  • August 25: National Top 10 Staff Projections
  • August 26: National Awards Staff Projections
  • August 27: The beginning of weekly previews
  • August 28: Chad and Andrew live from the Georgia Dome for Ole Miss/Boise State
  • August 29: Full-blown Georgia panic
  • August 30: Live gameday coverage from around the country.


Please come back as often as possible.


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Preseason SEC Power Rankings – DudeYouCrazy Style

  1. Alabama
  2. Auburn
  3. South Carolina
  4. Georgia
  5. LSU
  6. Ole Miss
  7. Florida
  8. Tennessee
  9. Texas A&M
  10. Mississippi State
  11. Missouri
  12. Vanderbilt
  13. Arkansas
  14. Kentucky


Some of this was reader voting and some of this was just me and Chad drinking and eating ribs. It happens.


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SEC Changin’ Thangs: 100 Days of SEC Dominance – Day 10

91 Days until SEC football. Boom.

I doubt Vegas is taking odds on this, but if I could bet I’d throw everything I own down on the establishment of an early signing period for college football.  Why?  Because the SEC wants it.  And what daddy wants, daddy gets. (Dude’s note: Daddy is the SEC in this scenario.)

You can read more about this possibility just about anywhere, but the SEC is warming up to a new (additional) signing period launching on the first Monday after Thanksgiving.  I hope the president of Boise State is OK with the proposal, don’t you?


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