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  1. Quote Originally Posted by plenny View Post
    wow!!! absolutely beautiful....wow!! im sorry but i just cant take my eyes off your PENN STATE T-SHIRT............lol
    I go both ways
    Gators / PSU that is

    Living in Pennsylvania all my life, I'm part of a long time dedicated PSU alum family (dad, mom, cousins, etc) and went to PSU games since I was a litle boy. But I broke the mold in 1974 by going to Gainesville. So glad my oldest daughter follwed suite - and how lucky is she that her tenure is during these incredible 2006-2010 sports years. She could see 5 major titles in 4 years!! Going back down to Gainesville to see games again in this era and watch these teams (the great football teams and the unbelievable basketball "repeat" team) has to rank as one of the most exciting times of my life. Samantha's 4 years in Gainesville may go down in history as the best 4 year period (sports wise) to ever be at UF - or any other school for that matter!

    So "Plenny", while there's always a place for in my heart for the Nittany Lion to squeeze in with the Gator, if the two ever met I'm in orange and blue - my alma mater.


  2. HOOK em Horns


    Let see if Colt MCcoy Gets ****ed again this yr
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  3. Our New Trophy Collection


    Careful. New crystal can hurt the eyes....

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  4. Quote Originally Posted by OldGator View Post
    Careful. New crystal can hurt the eyes....

    UFtrophies.bmp
    My god, it just brings a tear to your eye.

    GO GATORS!!!!!!!!!

    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve
    Legendary


  5. Who has the best win % and most 1-A wins since 1990?

    The Gators

    Code:
    Rank    Team      Winning Percentage   Won    Lost   Tied   Played
    
    1 	Florida 	0.78631 	189 	51 	1 	241
    2 	Florida State 	0.78452 	187 	51 	1 	239
    3t 	Nebraska 	0.76360 	182 	56 	1 	239
    3t 	Ohio State 	0.77426 	182 	52 	3 	237
    5t 	Miami-Florida 	0.75758 	175 	56 	0 	231
    5t 	Tennessee 	0.74262 	175 	60 	2 	237
    7 	Texas 	0.74468 	174 	59 	2 	235
    8 	Michigan 	0.72863 	169 	62 	3 	234
    9 	Virginia Tech 	0.70851 	166 	68 	1 	235
    10 	Oklahoma 	0.70127 	164 	69 	3 	236
    11 	Penn State 	0.69957 	163 	70 	0 	233
    12 	Georgia 	0.70043 	162 	69 	1 	232
    13 	Southern Cal 	0.69068 	161 	71 	4 	236
    14 	Brigham Young 	0.65690 	156 	81 	2 	239
    15t 	Auburn 	0.67031 	152 	74 	3 	229
    15t 	Kansas State 	0.66017 	152 	78 	1 	231
    15t 	Texas A&M 	0.65665 	152 	79 	2 	233
    18t 	Alabama 	0.62712 	148 	88 	0 	236
    18t 	Notre Dame 	0.64502 	148 	81 	2 	231
    20t 	Oregon 	0.63913 	147 	83 	0 	230
    20t 	Utah 	0.65044 	147 	79 	0 	226
    22 	Wisconsin 	0.63248 	146 	84 	4 	234
    23 	Louisiana State 	0.62826 	144 	85 	1 	230
    24 	West Virginia 	0.62719 	142 	84 	2 	228
    25 	Fresno State 	0.59916 	141 	94 	2 	237
    26t 	Toledo 	0.63453 	140 	80 	3 	223
    26t 	Virginia 	0.60823 	140 	90 	1 	231
    28t 	Air Force 	0.60173 	139 	92 	0 	231
    28t 	Clemson 	0.60917 	139 	89 	1 	229
    30t 	Louisville 	0.61283 	138 	87 	1 	226
    30t 	Texas Christian 	0.61830 	138 	85 	1 	224
    32 	Colorado 	0.59657 	137 	92 	4 	233
    33t 	Boston College 	0.59565 	136 	92 	2 	230
    33t 	Georgia Tech 	0.59091 	136 	94 	1 	231
    35 	Southern Miss 	0.59251 	134 	92 	1 	227
    36 	Colorado State 	0.57576 	133 	98 	0 	231
    37 	Iowa 	0.57642 	131 	96 	2 	229
    38 	UCLA 	0.57080 	129 	97 	0 	226
    39t 	North Carolina State 	0.55240 	126 	102 	1 	229
    39t 	Washington 	0.55973 	126 	99 	1 	226
    41t 	Arizona State 	0.55357 	124 	100 	0 	224
    41t 	Bowling Green 	0.57534 	124 	91 	4 	219
    41t 	Miami-Ohio 	0.57500 	124 	91 	5 	220
    41t 	Syracuse 	0.55286 	124 	100 	3 	227
    45 	North Carolina 	0.54646 	123 	102 	1 	226
    46 	Hawaii 	0.51464 	122 	115 	2 	239
    47t 	Boise State 	0.74233 	121 	42 	0 	163
    47t 	Mississippi 	0.54260 	121 	102 	0 	223
    49 	Arkansas 	0.53304 	120 	105 	2 	227
    50 	Western Michigan 	0.54587 	118 	98 	2 	218
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Gator Alum 03 View Post
    Who has the best win % and most 1-A wins since 1990?

    The Gators

    Code:
    Rank    Team      Winning Percentage   Won    Lost   Tied   Played
    
    1 	Florida 	0.78631 	189 	51 	1 	241
    2 	Florida State 	0.78452 	187 	51 	1 	239
    3t 	Nebraska 	0.76360 	182 	56 	1 	239
    3t 	Ohio State 	0.77426 	182 	52 	3 	237
    5t 	Miami-Florida 	0.75758 	175 	56 	0 	231
    5t 	Tennessee 	0.74262 	175 	60 	2 	237
    7 	Texas 	0.74468 	174 	59 	2 	235
    8 	Michigan 	0.72863 	169 	62 	3 	234
    9 	Virginia Tech 	0.70851 	166 	68 	1 	235
    10 	Oklahoma 	0.70127 	164 	69 	3 	236
    11 	Penn State 	0.69957 	163 	70 	0 	233
    12 	Georgia 	0.70043 	162 	69 	1 	232
    13 	Southern Cal 	0.69068 	161 	71 	4 	236
    14 	Brigham Young 	0.65690 	156 	81 	2 	239
    15t 	Auburn 	0.67031 	152 	74 	3 	229
    15t 	Kansas State 	0.66017 	152 	78 	1 	231
    15t 	Texas A&M 	0.65665 	152 	79 	2 	233
    18t 	Alabama 	0.62712 	148 	88 	0 	236
    18t 	Notre Dame 	0.64502 	148 	81 	2 	231
    20t 	Oregon 	0.63913 	147 	83 	0 	230
    20t 	Utah 	0.65044 	147 	79 	0 	226
    22 	Wisconsin 	0.63248 	146 	84 	4 	234
    23 	Louisiana State 	0.62826 	144 	85 	1 	230
    24 	West Virginia 	0.62719 	142 	84 	2 	228
    25 	Fresno State 	0.59916 	141 	94 	2 	237
    26t 	Toledo 	0.63453 	140 	80 	3 	223
    26t 	Virginia 	0.60823 	140 	90 	1 	231
    28t 	Air Force 	0.60173 	139 	92 	0 	231
    28t 	Clemson 	0.60917 	139 	89 	1 	229
    30t 	Louisville 	0.61283 	138 	87 	1 	226
    30t 	Texas Christian 	0.61830 	138 	85 	1 	224
    32 	Colorado 	0.59657 	137 	92 	4 	233
    33t 	Boston College 	0.59565 	136 	92 	2 	230
    33t 	Georgia Tech 	0.59091 	136 	94 	1 	231
    35 	Southern Miss 	0.59251 	134 	92 	1 	227
    36 	Colorado State 	0.57576 	133 	98 	0 	231
    37 	Iowa 	0.57642 	131 	96 	2 	229
    38 	UCLA 	0.57080 	129 	97 	0 	226
    39t 	North Carolina State 	0.55240 	126 	102 	1 	229
    39t 	Washington 	0.55973 	126 	99 	1 	226
    41t 	Arizona State 	0.55357 	124 	100 	0 	224
    41t 	Bowling Green 	0.57534 	124 	91 	4 	219
    41t 	Miami-Ohio 	0.57500 	124 	91 	5 	220
    41t 	Syracuse 	0.55286 	124 	100 	3 	227
    45 	North Carolina 	0.54646 	123 	102 	1 	226
    46 	Hawaii 	0.51464 	122 	115 	2 	239
    47t 	Boise State 	0.74233 	121 	42 	0 	163
    47t 	Mississippi 	0.54260 	121 	102 	0 	223
    49 	Arkansas 	0.53304 	120 	105 	2 	227
    50 	Western Michigan 	0.54587 	118 	98 	2 	218

    Look at d'em Gators showing everyone how it's done!

    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve
    Legendary


  7. Quote Originally Posted by Gator Alum 03 View Post
    Who has the best win % and most 1-A wins since 1990?

    The Gators

    Code:
    Rank    Team      Winning Percentage   Won    Lost   Tied   Played
    
    1 	Florida 	0.78631 	189 	51 	1 	241
    2 	Florida State 	0.78452 	187 	51 	1 	239
    3t 	Nebraska 	0.76360 	182 	56 	1 	239
    3t 	Ohio State 	0.77426 	182 	52 	3 	237
    5t 	Miami-Florida 	0.75758 	175 	56 	0 	231
    5t 	Tennessee 	0.74262 	175 	60 	2 	237
    7 	Texas 	0.74468 	174 	59 	2 	235
    8 	Michigan 	0.72863 	169 	62 	3 	234
    9 	Virginia Tech 	0.70851 	166 	68 	1 	235
    10 	Oklahoma 	0.70127 	164 	69 	3 	236
    11 	Penn State 	0.69957 	163 	70 	0 	233
    12 	Georgia 	0.70043 	162 	69 	1 	232
    13 	Southern Cal 	0.69068 	161 	71 	4 	236
    14 	Brigham Young 	0.65690 	156 	81 	2 	239
    15t 	Auburn 	0.67031 	152 	74 	3 	229
    15t 	Kansas State 	0.66017 	152 	78 	1 	231
    15t 	Texas A&M 	0.65665 	152 	79 	2 	233
    18t 	Alabama 	0.62712 	148 	88 	0 	236
    18t 	Notre Dame 	0.64502 	148 	81 	2 	231
    20t 	Oregon 	0.63913 	147 	83 	0 	230
    20t 	Utah 	0.65044 	147 	79 	0 	226
    22 	Wisconsin 	0.63248 	146 	84 	4 	234
    23 	Louisiana State 	0.62826 	144 	85 	1 	230
    24 	West Virginia 	0.62719 	142 	84 	2 	228
    25 	Fresno State 	0.59916 	141 	94 	2 	237
    26t 	Toledo 	0.63453 	140 	80 	3 	223
    26t 	Virginia 	0.60823 	140 	90 	1 	231
    28t 	Air Force 	0.60173 	139 	92 	0 	231
    28t 	Clemson 	0.60917 	139 	89 	1 	229
    30t 	Louisville 	0.61283 	138 	87 	1 	226
    30t 	Texas Christian 	0.61830 	138 	85 	1 	224
    32 	Colorado 	0.59657 	137 	92 	4 	233
    33t 	Boston College 	0.59565 	136 	92 	2 	230
    33t 	Georgia Tech 	0.59091 	136 	94 	1 	231
    35 	Southern Miss 	0.59251 	134 	92 	1 	227
    36 	Colorado State 	0.57576 	133 	98 	0 	231
    37 	Iowa 	0.57642 	131 	96 	2 	229
    38 	UCLA 	0.57080 	129 	97 	0 	226
    39t 	North Carolina State 	0.55240 	126 	102 	1 	229
    39t 	Washington 	0.55973 	126 	99 	1 	226
    41t 	Arizona State 	0.55357 	124 	100 	0 	224
    41t 	Bowling Green 	0.57534 	124 	91 	4 	219
    41t 	Miami-Ohio 	0.57500 	124 	91 	5 	220
    41t 	Syracuse 	0.55286 	124 	100 	3 	227
    45 	North Carolina 	0.54646 	123 	102 	1 	226
    46 	Hawaii 	0.51464 	122 	115 	2 	239
    47t 	Boise State 	0.74233 	121 	42 	0 	163
    47t 	Mississippi 	0.54260 	121 	102 	0 	223
    49 	Arkansas 	0.53304 	120 	105 	2 	227
    50 	Western Michigan 	0.54587 	118 	98 	2 	218
    Man, that just shows you how good Nebraska was in the 90's. We are tied for 3rd, and we have pretty much sucked since 2002. If we would not have hired Bill Callahan, we would be #1 on that list. Go Big Red.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Gator Alum 03 View Post
    Who has the best win % and most 1-A wins since 1990?

    The Gators

    Code:
    Rank    Team      Winning Percentage   Won    Lost   Tied   Played
    
    1 	Florida 	0.78631 	189 	51 	1 	241
    2 	Florida State 	0.78452 	187 	51 	1 	239
    3t 	Nebraska 	0.76360 	182 	56 	1 	239
    3t 	Ohio State 	0.77426 	182 	52 	3 	237
    5t 	Miami-Florida 	0.75758 	175 	56 	0 	231
    5t 	Tennessee 	0.74262 	175 	60 	2 	237
    7 	Texas 	0.74468 	174 	59 	2 	235
    8 	Michigan 	0.72863 	169 	62 	3 	234
    9 	Virginia Tech 	0.70851 	166 	68 	1 	235
    10 	Oklahoma 	0.70127 	164 	69 	3 	236
    11 	Penn State 	0.69957 	163 	70 	0 	233
    12 	Georgia 	0.70043 	162 	69 	1 	232
    13 	Southern Cal 	0.69068 	161 	71 	4 	236
    14 	Brigham Young 	0.65690 	156 	81 	2 	239
    15t 	Auburn 	0.67031 	152 	74 	3 	229
    15t 	Kansas State 	0.66017 	152 	78 	1 	231
    15t 	Texas A&M 	0.65665 	152 	79 	2 	233
    18t 	Alabama 	0.62712 	148 	88 	0 	236
    18t 	Notre Dame 	0.64502 	148 	81 	2 	231
    20t 	Oregon 	0.63913 	147 	83 	0 	230
    20t 	Utah 	0.65044 	147 	79 	0 	226
    22 	Wisconsin 	0.63248 	146 	84 	4 	234
    23 	Louisiana State 	0.62826 	144 	85 	1 	230
    24 	West Virginia 	0.62719 	142 	84 	2 	228
    25 	Fresno State 	0.59916 	141 	94 	2 	237
    26t 	Toledo 	0.63453 	140 	80 	3 	223
    26t 	Virginia 	0.60823 	140 	90 	1 	231
    28t 	Air Force 	0.60173 	139 	92 	0 	231
    28t 	Clemson 	0.60917 	139 	89 	1 	229
    30t 	Louisville 	0.61283 	138 	87 	1 	226
    30t 	Texas Christian 	0.61830 	138 	85 	1 	224
    32 	Colorado 	0.59657 	137 	92 	4 	233
    33t 	Boston College 	0.59565 	136 	92 	2 	230
    33t 	Georgia Tech 	0.59091 	136 	94 	1 	231
    35 	Southern Miss 	0.59251 	134 	92 	1 	227
    36 	Colorado State 	0.57576 	133 	98 	0 	231
    37 	Iowa 	0.57642 	131 	96 	2 	229
    38 	UCLA 	0.57080 	129 	97 	0 	226
    39t 	North Carolina State 	0.55240 	126 	102 	1 	229
    39t 	Washington 	0.55973 	126 	99 	1 	226
    41t 	Arizona State 	0.55357 	124 	100 	0 	224
    41t 	Bowling Green 	0.57534 	124 	91 	4 	219
    41t 	Miami-Ohio 	0.57500 	124 	91 	5 	220
    41t 	Syracuse 	0.55286 	124 	100 	3 	227
    45 	North Carolina 	0.54646 	123 	102 	1 	226
    46 	Hawaii 	0.51464 	122 	115 	2 	239
    47t 	Boise State 	0.74233 	121 	42 	0 	163
    47t 	Mississippi 	0.54260 	121 	102 	0 	223
    49 	Arkansas 	0.53304 	120 	105 	2 	227
    50 	Western Michigan 	0.54587 	118 	98 	2 	218
    The one thing that stands out to me is that Boise State has a winning percentage similar to the top teams on the list, but they were Division II-A before 1996... and they've only lost 42 games since. Granted, they play in the WAC... but that's still pretty impressive for any program.
    RTR.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by AFOX View Post
    Man, that just shows you how good Nebraska was in the 90's. We are tied for 3rd, and we have pretty much sucked since 2002. If we would not have hired Bill Callahan, we would be #1 on that list. Go Big Red.
    Yup, and hindsight is always 20/20.

    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve
    Legendary


  10. Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Yup, and hindsight is always 20/20.
    Yes it is. No need to worry about the past, because I love what Bo is doing right now. We need to get some top recruits in for the spring game, so they can **** their pants when they see 80,000 crazy Nebraska fans watching a glorified practice. Our recruiting class was 28th last year. I want to see us in the top 15 in recruiting next year.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by AFOX View Post
    Yes it is. No need to worry about the past, because I love what Bo is doing right now. We need to get some top recruits in for the spring game, so they can **** their pants when they see 80,000 crazy Nebraska fans watching a glorified practice. Our recruiting class was 28th last year. I want to see us in the top 15 in recruiting next year.
    Same for Miami and Larry Coker...

  12. Quote Originally Posted by jmh80 View Post
    Same for Miami and Larry Coker...
    Oh well, you can't keep Miami and Nebraska down forever. Just to much tradition. Of course, you guys have a much easier time recruiting then we do.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by AFOX View Post
    Oh well, you can't keep Miami and Nebraska down forever. Just to much tradition. Of course, you guys have a much easier time recruiting then we do.
    Agree on both counts.

    Viva la Canes-Huskers! Some good match ups we had back in the good ole days.

  14. Live in the now, people!!! (I kid, I kid.....kind of, haha.)

    I personally look forward to florida having all 3 big-time teams at each others throats every year at the top. In time, it will be reality again; for now though, the gators rule the roost!!

    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve
    Legendary


  15. D'oh! Bryce Brown to Tennessee. The SEC's freshman class is l-o-a-d-e-d.

    RTR.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by rubberring View Post
    D'oh! Bryce Brown to Tennessee. The SEC's freshman class is l-o-a-d-e-d.
    Bittersweet.
    I hate that a--hole Lame Kitten so much.
    I have to admit that my current revulsion of Kitten is as big as my love of the SEC. Pathetic.

    Is there a 12 Step Lame Kitten program anywhere??

  17. here's hoping a&m can get something done.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by OldGator View Post
    Bittersweet.
    I hate that a--hole Lame Kitten so much.
    I have to admit that my current revulsion of Kitten is as big as my love of the SEC. Pathetic.

    Is there a 12 Step Lame Kitten program anywhere??
    I hear you on that. I have to admit though... it's kinda nice to have a rival to really abhor again! I guess there's always Auburn for me, but I actually pull for them in most games before the Iron Bowl. I can't dislike the Gators, especially when Tebow's still there. I guess I miss hating Tennessee. They've been down the last few years... to the point where I almost felt sorry for ol' Phat Phil. I can't see myself EVER having sympathy for Kiffin. I hope Bama and Florida destroy them this coming season. If nothing else, that clown's got me really looking forward to October 24th.
    RTR.

  19. Quote Originally Posted by rubberring View Post
    I hear you on that. I have to admit though... it's kinda nice to have a rival to really abhor again! I guess there's always Auburn for me, but I actually pull for them in most games before the Iron Bowl. I can't dislike the Gators, especially when Tebow's still there. I guess I miss hating Tennessee. They've been down the last few years... to the point where I almost felt sorry for ol' Phat Phil. I can't see myself EVER having sympathy for Kiffin. I hope Bama and Florida destroy them this coming season. If nothing else, that clown's got me really looking forward to October 24th.
    I know where to find you a really pimp "Tennessee Sucks" t-shirt. I already have mine ready for this year.

    Kiffin and his tennessee volunteers are going to get the drubbing of their lives in gainesville!

    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve
    Legendary


  20. Quote Originally Posted by rubberring View Post
    I hear you on that. I have to admit though... it's kinda nice to have a rival to really abhor again! I guess there's always Auburn for me, but I actually pull for them in most games before the Iron Bowl. I can't dislike the Gators, especially when Tebow's still there. I guess I miss hating Tennessee. They've been down the last few years... to the point where I almost felt sorry for ol' Phat Phil. I can't see myself EVER having sympathy for Kiffin. I hope Bama and Florida destroy them this coming season. If nothing else, that clown's got me really looking forward to October 24th.
    I gotta agree with you. I can't believe some of the idiotic things Kiffin has done since he got there. Some of those good ole boy alumnus are probably crapping little volunteer turds.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by atjnutrition2 View Post
    I gotta agree with you. I can't believe some of the idiotic things Kiffin has done since he got there. Some of those good ole boy alumnus are probably crapping little volunteer turds.
    Agreed.

    How ya been, john? It looks as though stafford may get the #1 pick in the draft.

    Evolutionary Muse - Inspire to Evolve
    Legendary


  22. Quote Originally Posted by rubberring View Post
    D'oh! Bryce Brown to Tennessee. The SEC's freshman class is l-o-a-d-e-d.

    Do not want him. Glad he signed elsewhere.

    We don't need that circus. We got Mike James and Lamar Miller.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by atjnutrition2 View Post
    I can't believe some of the idiotic things Kiffin has done since he got there. Some of those good ole boy alumnus are probably crapping little volunteer turds.
    I'm an alum - the folks I talk to are really, really uneasy about Kiffin. They are seriously afraid there is a big penalty.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by rubberring View Post
    I have to admit though... it's kinda nice to have a rival to really abhor again! If nothing else, that clown's got me really looking forward to October 24th.
    True.
    Beating up Phat Phil over the last few years kinda got like watching DragLine beating the crap out of Cool Hand Luke ("why does he keep getting up?") - you needed to watch but you didn't really want to.

    Now, every Gator has September 19 burned into their brains (and my first "gotta see" home game flying down from Philly).

    Lame does deserve credit for motivating a Gator team (and fans) that could use just that in 2009.

  25. Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Agreed.

    How ya been, john? It looks as though stafford may get the #1 pick in the draft.
    I'm doing good man. I'm two and a half weeks out from a show. Diet is killing me. Hope things are going well for you.

    As far as Stafford, I don't know if I can justify him being a #1 pick. I'm about as big a UGA fan as it gets, but I think he's got a good chance of being an NFL bust.
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