Mine starts back in the 40's, when my father, a world war two vet who had been stationed in Miami at the end of the war for R&R, met my mother who lived in Gainesville. Rather than return to his native New Jersey, he married my mother and finished his education at UF, eventually settling in Tampa. While he didn't play ball at UF (he did at Rutgers but was unable to play after the war) many of his best friends in life were associated with this program. His brother in law, my Uncle, played QB and HB for The Gators in the early 40's and my other Uncle was a "walk on " wide receiver. My mothers father had settled in Gainesville in the 1920's and while there was no "season ticket" as we now know them, started attending games almost immediately. Through the family business, my Uncles began to purchase season tickets and members of my family, generations in, are season ticket holders now. So, for four generations and soon to be five, we have been season ticket holders and boosters, some at very significant levels. Some are Muschamp supporters, others are not. Some are very critical of the coaching and the losses, even critical of last year. Some think last year was an aberration, others a sign of good times to come. Some are very critical of the players. We all have different views on just about everything. We disagree on a whole lot of things. But one thing we can always agree on; We all have a grip. All of us. Gripped and grounded in reality. This thing with us and Gators is approaching 100 years. Do you think we are owed some respect? What is your story?