Look at this passage from the article on the front page about our offensive line:
â€œItâ€™s been (getting tougher),” he said of the line. “Weâ€™re coming off the ball. Weâ€™re taking a step forward and not backward. Iâ€™m excited about that. We’ve got, as with all positions, a long way to go, but I like their approach. Theyâ€™re playing fast. Theyâ€™re getting up and getting set, and theyâ€™re coming off the ball. It
I mean, you've got to be kidding me. That's obnoxious.
If they aren't going to take the time to properly edit their work and make sure it's posted in a normal, coherent manner, I'm not even going to bother reading it. Especially when I can usually get much better info and writing from Zach at SEC Country.
I can't believe the decline of Gatorsports that I've witnessed over the past few years. You would think it would be a top Gator site by default just because of their proximity to the program and all the connections built up over the years by their senior staff. Yet, it appears all the critics against whom I defended the site for so long were right, after all: it's just a bunch of fat, lazy slobs running the show who'd rather stuff their face with wings and listen to iTunes while the younger generation like Zach runs circles around them. Pat's not even trying anymore - he's become entirely predictable and cliche. Just look at the Back Nine (if you can even read it with all those technical errors) - it's the same as last year's around this time: the same tired references to the Masters as the "toonamint" and humble-bragging about his stupid, insignificant one round there like 30 years ago with media hacks, waxing poetic about how fortunate Gainesville is to have all the sports occurring at this time (Florida Relays, gymnastics, Spring Game, baseball series, softball, etc.)...the same recycled garbage over and over.
There's no point wasting my time with it anymore. I'm done. Not sure how it will affect my posting habits on here, but I would think I'll be posting a lot less now that I won't be frequenting the site as much to read the latest articles and listen to podcasts.
To all the posters with whom I've gone back and forth, I wish you guys well. I know I don't always see eye to eye with everyone on the direction of the program, but, at the end of the day, we all just want to see Gator Football back in its rightful place atop the mountain. I hope everyone has a healthy, happy spring and summer, and let's hope 2017 is the year offense finally returns to our program.
All the best,