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(Noled Out)   37 straight winning seasons, consecutive top finishes, a national championship and Heisman Trophy. FSU is sort of good at football, huh?   (noledout.com) divider line 47
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2014-07-18 08:59:04 AM  
Um...three Heisman trophies and three National Championships, thank you very much.

/FSU Alum
 
2014-07-18 09:05:31 AM  
And edjumacatin.  Don't forget edjumacatin.
 
2014-07-18 09:49:57 AM  
Well some of those teams were fielded by criminals, and coached by one very arrogant a-hole who had a record he didn't deserve handed to him.

/Gators fan
 
2014-07-18 10:52:57 AM  

bluorangefyre: Well some of those teams were fielded by criminals, and coached by one very arrogant a-hole who had a record he didn't deserve handed to him.

/Gators fan


4 and 8'er says what?
 
2014-07-18 11:11:34 AM  
Does this take into account all the wins they were forced to vacate?
 
2014-07-18 11:15:08 AM  

Lost Thought 00: Does this take into account all the wins they were forced to vacate?


It does not.
 
2014-07-18 11:20:39 AM  

wichitaleaf: Lost Thought 00: Does this take into account all the wins they were forced to vacate?

It does not.


The entire Vacated Wins thing is utter BS, no one cares except stat nerds.  Lifetime bans for coaches, ban players from ever associating with their alma mater in any way, these would be real sanctions.
 
2014-07-18 11:22:52 AM  

bluorangefyre: Well some of those teams were fielded by criminals, and coached by one very arrogant a-hole who had a record he didn't deserve handed to him.

/Gators fan


In the odd case that you're not trolling, you do know you had a player commit murder while playing on your football team, right?  And led the NCAA in player arrest for four or five years.  And Urban Meyer is an asshole of epic proportions.

Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.
 
2014-07-18 11:26:09 AM  

Lost Thought 00: Does this take into account all the wins they were forced to vacate?


Because they self-reported a music exam cheating ring that involved hundreds of students and which the NCAA admitted that no coach or member of the administration had knowledge of.  The overblown reaction by the NCAA to that "scandal" has pretty much stopped self-reporting by other schools.  I can only think of one school that has since then, but maybe I'm wrong.
 
2014-07-18 11:26:21 AM  
Not as good as Oklahoma
 
2014-07-18 11:26:39 AM  

FLMountainMan: Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning


Not winning hasn't stopped Michigan fans, it won't stop Florida fans either.
 
2014-07-18 11:26:41 AM  
i291.photobucket.com
 
2014-07-18 11:29:21 AM  
Wasn't there talk of eliminating football before St Bobby came?
 
2014-07-18 11:34:18 AM  
Which is why I'm sure the head coach deserves roughly the equivalent of the tuition, housing, food, and books cost of 137 undergrads.
 
2014-07-18 11:41:18 AM  

FLMountainMan: bluorangefyre: Well some of those teams were fielded by criminals, and coached by one very arrogant a-hole who had a record he didn't deserve handed to him.

/Gators fan

In the odd case that you're not trolling, you do know you had a player commit murder while playing on your football team, right?  And led the NCAA in player arrest for four or five years.  And Urban Meyer is an asshole of epic proportions.

Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.


thebeatofsports.com

/ YOU MAD
 
2014-07-18 12:05:46 PM  
Meh.

They aren't The U.
 
2014-07-18 12:09:41 PM  

veedeevadeevoodee: FLMountainMan: bluorangefyre: Well some of those teams were fielded by criminals, and coached by one very arrogant a-hole who had a record he didn't deserve handed to him.

/Gators fan

In the odd case that you're not trolling, you do know you had a player commit murder while playing on your football team, right?  And led the NCAA in player arrest for four or five years.  And Urban Meyer is an asshole of epic proportions.

Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.



/ YOU MAD


Speaking of programs needing to keep their heads down...
 
2014-07-18 12:19:02 PM  

Tom_Slick: wichitaleaf: Lost Thought 00: Does this take into account all the wins they were forced to vacate?

It does not.

The entire Vacated Wins thing is utter BS, no one cares except stat nerds.  Lifetime bans for coaches, ban players from ever associating with their alma mater in any way, these would be real sanctions.


Vacating a win is something an 8 year old would do.
 
2014-07-18 12:31:05 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: Tom_Slick: wichitaleaf: Lost Thought 00: Does this take into account all the wins they were forced to vacate?

It does not.

The entire Vacated Wins thing is utter BS, no one cares except stat nerds.  Lifetime bans for coaches, ban players from ever associating with their alma mater in any way, these would be real sanctions.

Vacating a win is something an 8 year old would do.


Exactly a real sanctions are, "Hey Player X you took money, you can no longer say publicly you played for team XYZ.  You are not allowed to attend any NCAA sanctioned events, your transcripts are permanetly frozen, and you must return your diploma."  "Hey Coach X you paid players you are banned from coaching anywhere in the NCAA for life."
 
2014-07-18 12:53:17 PM  

rjakobi: veedeevadeevoodee: FLMountainMan: bluorangefyre: Well some of those teams were fielded by criminals, and coached by one very arrogant a-hole who had a record he didn't deserve handed to him.

/Gators fan

In the odd case that you're not trolling, you do know you had a player commit murder while playing on your football team, right?  And led the NCAA in player arrest for four or five years.  And Urban Meyer is an asshole of epic proportions.

Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.



/ YOU MAD

Speaking of programs needing to keep their heads down...


Hey, it's not easy to go 24-2 and win ABSOLUTELY NOTHING
 
2014-07-18 12:58:10 PM  

FLMountainMan: bluorangefyre: Well some of those teams were fielded by criminals, and coached by one very arrogant a-hole who had a record he didn't deserve handed to him.

/Gators fan

In the odd case that you're not trolling, you do know you had a player commit murder while playing on your football team, right?  And led the NCAA in player arrest for four or five years.  And Urban Meyer is an asshole of epic proportions.

Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.


And lets not even start to talk about Steve Spurrier.  Was there ever a bigger a-hole in coaching in any sport?
 
2014-07-18 01:13:58 PM  
s12.postimg.org
 
2014-07-18 01:14:39 PM  

veedeevadeevoodee: FLMountainMan: bluorangefyre: Well some of those teams were fielded by criminals, and coached by one very arrogant a-hole who had a record he didn't deserve handed to him.

/Gators fan

In the odd case that you're not trolling, you do know you had a player commit murder while playing on your football team, right?  And led the NCAA in player arrest for four or five years.  And Urban Meyer is an asshole of epic proportions.

Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.

[thebeatofsports.com image 300x225]

/ YOU MAD


Funny you post a pic of him wearing OSU gear. XD
 
2014-07-18 01:25:58 PM  

skybreaker: FLMountainMan: Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning

Not winning hasn't stopped Michigan fans, it won't stop Florida fans either.


Or Ohio State fans, or USC fans, or ...
 
2014-07-18 01:33:57 PM  

skybreaker: FLMountainMan: Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning

Not winning hasn't stopped Michigan fans, it won't stop Florida fans either.


The operative difference here being that no Michigan fans were in here talking shiat, were they?  The Florida fan was.
 
2014-07-18 01:51:31 PM  

FLMountainMan: bluorangefyre: Well some of those teams were fielded by criminals, and coached by one very arrogant a-hole who had a record he didn't deserve handed to him.

/Gators fan

In the odd case that you're not trolling, you do know you had a player commit murder while playing on your football team, right?  And led the NCAA in player arrest for four or five years.  And Urban Meyer is an asshole of epic proportions.

Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.


Stop! STOP! You're BOTH right!
 
2014-07-18 01:52:32 PM  

HMS_Blinkin: skybreaker: FLMountainMan: Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning

Not winning hasn't stopped Michigan fans, it won't stop Florida fans either.

The operative difference here being that no Michigan fans were in here talking shiat, were they?  The Florida fan was.


I'm sure IAmRight or MIGuy or whatever he's calling himself these days will make an appearance eventually.
 
2014-07-18 02:08:02 PM  
Amazing how much success you can have when your players are above the law and aren't held to any discernible academic standards.
 
2014-07-18 02:10:03 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: Amazing how much success you can have when your players are above the law and aren't held to any discernible academic standards.


It hurts because it's true. The entire process needs overhauling - treating players like employees, regulation, transparency.
 
2014-07-18 02:45:34 PM  

abmoraz: HMS_Blinkin: skybreaker: FLMountainMan: Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning

Not winning hasn't stopped Michigan fans, it won't stop Florida fans either.

The operative difference here being that no Michigan fans were in here talking shiat, were they?  The Florida fan was.

I'm sure IAmRight or MIGuy or whatever he's calling himself these days will make an appearance eventually.


No, IAmRight is the Washington State fan who roots for the Pac-12 as a whole because Washington State isn't very good.
 
2014-07-18 02:45:59 PM  

HMS_Blinkin: skybreaker: FLMountainMan: Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning

Not winning hasn't stopped Michigan fans, it won't stop Florida fans either.

The operative difference here being that no Michigan fans were in here talking shiat, were they?  The Florida fan was.


It was a comparison of the same relative nature. If you understand what a comparison is
 
2014-07-18 02:54:00 PM  

skybreaker: rjakobi: veedeevadeevoodee: FLMountainMan: bluorangefyre: Well some of those teams were fielded by criminals, and coached by one very arrogant a-hole who had a record he didn't deserve handed to him.

/Gators fan

In the odd case that you're not trolling, you do know you had a player commit murder while playing on your football team, right?  And led the NCAA in player arrest for four or five years.  And Urban Meyer is an asshole of epic proportions.

Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.



/ YOU MAD

Speaking of programs needing to keep their heads down...

Hey, it's not easy to go 24-2 and win ABSOLUTELY NOTHING


media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com
 
2014-07-18 03:14:37 PM  

llortcM_yllort: No, IAmRight is the Washington State fan who roots for the Pac-12 as a whole because Washington State isn't very good.


I root for the Pac-10 because I've lived in Arizona, Oregon, Washington, and Northern and Southern California and enjoyed them all.

The new two I don't give a sh*t about since I never lived in Colorado or Utah. I also stopped really caring about college football when it dropped all pretense and officially became "The SEC and others" division.
 
2014-07-18 03:28:57 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: Amazing how much success you can have when your players are above the law and aren't held to any discernible academic standards.


As opposed to the rest of college students?
 
2014-07-18 03:31:01 PM  
Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.

Here is my suggestion for the Florida Gators, or any other team that needs help with the polls. Get yourself a gay player and promote him. He doesn't have to be especially talented, nor a starter. All you need to do is to trot him out on the field a few times a game when ESPN is televising the games.

Like it or not, ESPN has joined the gay agenda in a big way. Showing two guys kissing on draft day, giving a "most courageous athlete" award to a person for being gay---they're pushing this mess big time. And we aren't talking about
some bastion of integrity, this is frigging ESPN. The network who backed Craig James and got a coach fired. The people who came out with a show promoting the BCS bowl nonsense, so chocked full of logic flaws it that it closely resembled a report on how concrete is a basic food group. The people who act like the NCAA is fair and impartial.
Yeah, they can be bought and/or manipulated.

One can see that ESPN regularly skews the polls to promote their upcoming matchups, screwing the teams from the smaller conferences in favor of traditional teams. Just look at what they did for a marginal Notre Dame team a couple of years ago. They have clout. You don't think these jokers won't push a team up in the polls if they put a gay player on the field? Hell, they'd work it so that they were prime time every doggoned week.
 
2014-07-18 03:37:17 PM  

varmitydog: Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.

Here is my suggestion for the Florida Gators, or any other team that needs help with the polls. Get yourself a gay player and promote him. He doesn't have to be especially talented, nor a starter. All you need to do is to trot him out on the field a few times a game when ESPN is televising the games.

Like it or not, ESPN has joined the gay agenda in a big way. Showing two guys kissing on draft day, giving a "most courageous athlete" award to a person for being gay---they're pushing this mess big time. And we aren't talking about
some bastion of integrity, this is frigging ESPN. The network who backed Craig James and got a coach fired. The people who came out with a show promoting the BCS bowl nonsense, so chocked full of logic flaws it that it closely resembled a report on how concrete is a basic food group. The people who act like the NCAA is fair and impartial.
Yeah, they can be bought and/or manipulated.

One can see that ESPN regularly skews the polls to promote their upcoming matchups, screwing the teams from the smaller conferences in favor of traditional teams. Just look at what they did for a marginal Notre Dame team a couple of years ago. They have clout. You don't think these jokers won't push a team up in the polls if they put a gay player on the field? Hell, they'd work it so that they were prime time every doggoned week.


I agree with your sentiments on ESPN, but I'm curious as to how you found a copy of the gay agenda.
 
2014-07-18 03:59:09 PM  
i27.photobucket.com
 
2014-07-18 04:12:53 PM  

FLMountainMan: varmitydog: Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.

Here is my suggestion for the Florida Gators, or any other team that needs help with the polls. Get yourself a gay player and promote him. He doesn't have to be especially talented, nor a starter. All you need to do is to trot him out on the field a few times a game when ESPN is televising the games.

Like it or not, ESPN has joined the gay agenda in a big way. Showing two guys kissing on draft day, giving a "most courageous athlete" award to a person for being gay---they're pushing this mess big time. And we aren't talking about
some bastion of integrity, this is frigging ESPN. The network who backed Craig James and got a coach fired. The people who came out with a show promoting the BCS bowl nonsense, so chocked full of logic flaws it that it closely resembled a report on how concrete is a basic food group. The people who act like the NCAA is fair and impartial.
Yeah, they can be bought and/or manipulated.

One can see that ESPN regularly skews the polls to promote their upcoming matchups, screwing the teams from the smaller conferences in favor of traditional teams. Just look at what they did for a marginal Notre Dame team a couple of years ago. They have clout. You don't think these jokers won't push a team up in the polls if they put a gay player on the field? Hell, they'd work it so that they were prime time every doggoned week.

I agree with your sentiments on ESPN, but I'm curious as to how you found a copy of the gay agenda.


Skip Bayless stole a folder full of it in the Nineties and auctioned it off of eBay.
 
2014-07-18 04:25:47 PM  

benjamen13: [i27.photobucket.com image 640x480]


Just out of curiosity, how many of those players played for the Hurricanes after they joined the ACC?
 
2014-07-18 06:32:41 PM  
UCF was the second best team in Florida last year...and won a BCS bowl game. UF and Miami are now behind UCF...it is delusional to smack talk at FSU right now
 
2014-07-18 07:39:35 PM  
I am a football fan.  I love the CFL (going to the Stamps game tonight!) and of course the NFL.

I try to get into college ball.  I record big matchups during the season and try and watch them.  I just can't stand watching it.  The disparity in talent on the field just kills it for me.  You have NFL-quality receivers lining up against scrub corners.  You have massive O-lines destroying the defenses of teams who are outweighed by hundreds of pounds -- Alabama's O-line against Notre Dame was a farking joke for a championship game.  Add that to the fact that 6 or 7 of a team's 12 games is against joke competition from outclassed schools makes the concept of a "winning season" ridiculous from the outset.

Get a 16 team playoff, and force teams to play other schools of equivalent talent during the season.
 
2014-07-18 08:45:05 PM  

abmoraz: HMS_Blinkin: skybreaker: FLMountainMan: Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning

Not winning hasn't stopped Michigan fans, it won't stop Florida fans either.

The operative difference here being that no Michigan fans were in here talking shiat, were they?  The Florida fan was.

I'm sure IAmRight or MIGuy or whatever he's calling himself these days will make an appearance eventually.


That's what the Ignore feature is for, why subject yourself to that?
 
2014-07-18 09:06:07 PM  
The Noles are pretty good at sniffing out great deals on seafood at publix, too.
 
2014-07-18 10:42:57 PM  

Tom_Slick: Exactly a real sanctions are, "Hey Player X you took money, you can no longer say publicly you played for team XYZ. You are not allowed to attend any NCAA sanctioned events, your transcripts are permanetly frozen, and you must return your diploma." "Hey Coach X you paid players you are banned from coaching anywhere in the NCAA for life."


That onlty happens if they are currently working for an NCAA team at the time of the investigation, just ask Pete Carroll when he returns to the College level games in about 3 years.
 
2014-07-18 11:09:38 PM  

FLMountainMan: bluorangefyre: Well some of those teams were fielded by criminals, and coached by one very arrogant a-hole who had a record he didn't deserve handed to him.

/Gators fan

In the odd case that you're not trolling, you do know you had a player commit murder while playing on your football team, right?  And led the NCAA in player arrest for four or five years.  And Urban Meyer is an asshole of epic proportions.

Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.


Like FSU had to do for the past decade.
 
2014-07-19 12:38:27 AM  

stupiddream: FLMountainMan: bluorangefyre: Well some of those teams were fielded by criminals, and coached by one very arrogant a-hole who had a record he didn't deserve handed to him.

/Gators fan

In the odd case that you're not trolling, you do know you had a player commit murder while playing on your football team, right?  And led the NCAA in player arrest for four or five years.  And Urban Meyer is an asshole of epic proportions.

Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.

And lets not even start to talk about Steve Spurrier.  Was there ever a bigger a-hole in coaching in any sport?


img.photobucket.com

/as you can tell I have a deep hatred of UGA
 
2014-07-19 08:39:57 AM  

FLMountainMan: Really, Gator fan, it was okay to talk shiat when you were winning, but I'd keep your heads down for a while.

BiffDangler: Not as good as Oklahoma

skybreaker: Not winning hasn't stopped Michigan fans, it won't stop Florida fans either.

fatalvenom: Meh. They aren't The U.

dj_spanmaster: Or Ohio State fans, or USC fans, or ...


Oh FFS
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