“If you leave me now, you take away the biggest part of me. Ooooh, baby, please don’t go.” -Chicago “It ain’t over ‘til it’s over.” -Lenny Kravitz citing Yogi Berra It was 2004 and I was living in Orlando. Continue reading The never-ending regret of premature debarkation
Not that the Ol’ Ball Coach needs any confirmation from yours truly but do you know how I know Steve Spurrier was a great coach? Because everybody I knew that wasn’t a Florida Gator fan absolutely despised the guy. Ask Continue reading Parting thoughts, we think, on Steve Spurrier
As children, we’d wake up every Christmas morning to find out what bright-colored boxes waited for us under that fancily decorated pine tree. We’d be lucky if we’d gotten an hour of sleep the night before, like an insomniac at Continue reading Football’s Final Four: Fitting or Flawed?
I enrolled at the University of Florida in 1987. Since that time, I can recall the Gators losing three times to either Ole Miss or Mississippi State. There have obviously been more than just three Gator losses to those two Continue reading The Mighty Mississipp
Thanksgiving is a special time of year. It’s a holiday when family and friends gather round the dinner table and give thanks for everything they have. Back in the day, I used to dread that time of year for it Continue reading Bobby Bowden, the Florida State Seminoles and the end of an era
This week in college and professional football might finally shed some light on who’s good and who’s not, putting some distance between the contenders and the pretenders. Below are some of the games you should be watching…