Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by antny, Jul 21, 2019.
Ya' just gotta love Spurrier's choice to drive the nail in with the 4th down TD to make it 52-20!
This game brought me mixed feelings.
Of course, I was elated to watch us beat them like a worn out war drum but it is still just pure cringe-worthy how totally DIRTY fsu played back then. I was worried the entire game that fsu would take out Danny's knee after they tried to so many times in then first game. OTOH, I predicted us to win by 30 too.
And btw... that's the GATOR fans doing the moan and groan in the last minute of the game. Lol
The media made a circus of Tim Tebow's beliefs....
But nobody ever said a word when Danny Wuerfful, when intervieved on the field after the game, the first words out of his mouth was;
"I just want to thank Jesus Christ, my Lord and Savior"
Both of our Championship quarterbacks were most definitely class acts.
Isn't it funny how society's thoughts changed in ony a decade?
That Gator team was simply amazing! They kept their composure even through the Mickey Andrews "thug coach" defense kept hitting late.
Even the announcers mentioned how Bowden was aware of Andrew's "hit 'em late" (to the echo of the whistle) coaching.
I loved Spurrier's attitude, having the Gators go for the TD on 4th down, just to drive the nail in the coffin, and make his own statement to Bowden!
Wuerffel could thread the eye of a needle with a football. His accuracy was amazing.
Anyone else sick of what a wonderful world???
Also showed LSU 2016. Sweet justice. Great call by Brent Musberger.
NICE job with the thread title!!!
Since Tebow was a decade later, social media was more prominent and the sports media was more PC. Now another decade later, the sports media hasn't made a circus of Trevor Lawrence's beliefs......yet. Time will tell.
Sugar Bowl on again tonight. How great was Danny Wuerful.
SOS use of the shotgun....something he had never used before was a brilliant move in this game giving DW the time he needed.
If only they did that now. We'd never have to hear it.