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Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by TheGator, Oct 4, 2013.
Oh man when is this terrible tradition going to end?
I'm all for doing whatever we can to fight breast cancer, but this gesture is just silly.
Ugh is right, all blue.
Has muschamp ordered a blue out by the fans?
^Hopefully he doesn't order a Pink Out by the fans
Ive never understood it either. I'm aware of breast cancer, it sucks, but seeing a football player wearing pink doesn't make me any more inclined to do anything about it.
It's like political bumper stickers, oh so you support obama/romney I didnt know that, I'll just change my political beliefs
Well, then you must just be a bad person ...:grin:
We're in the age of symbolism.
Well in the NFL they auction off the game worn stuff to raise money for research.
In the NCAA, I'm sure that's a violation of some sort....so who knows.
It doesn't do any bad, and It MIGHT do some good, so I'm cool with it.
If nothing else it may encourage those fighting that the world is taking note of their battle. I think it could be an encouragement.
Did you see the ball?
Both. When do we all get our rainbow back from that special interest group too. Lol...
Well if breast cancer has ever effected you. Then you might think different. There is nothing wrong with it in my eyes. No I have not been effected by it. Yall always get caught up in these uniform arguments. Who cares as long as the Gators win.
I live in Seattle and can say I wouldn't expect that to happen any time soon.
We beat LSU's ass wearing pink last year, and we'll do it against Arkansas this year
Breast cancer has affected my family. I think doing things to work towards a cure is fantastic, but there are better ways of doing it.
I only care because there are a lot of diseases and other worthy causes that don't get the pub that this one does because they have been able to partner with the NFL and now apparently college teams as a way to market breast cancer awareness to men and football awareness to women.
I like the blue on blue uniforms but no orange on orange or blue jerseys orange pants.