Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Vandy's Johnson didn't think much of Tebow

Believe it or not, in order to find any kind of a story on the Gators and Vandy, we had to go over the Bleacher Report. Hopefully, Gouge-gate will simmer down now that Washaun Ealey, the alleged victim of gouge-gate, has publicly stated that Spikes didn't poke him in the eye and that he doesn't think he should be suspended. Otherwise, we might have considered a road trip if it weren't a home game this week. Here's an excerpt from the story:

Among the many titanic opponents facing the Commodores this season, none looms larger than Florida's deity of a quarterback, Tim Tebow.

But try this on one for size: Vanderbilt head coach Bobby Johnson admitted Monday that he actually didn't think too much of the future Heisman winner the first time his team lined up against him.

Not as a quarterback, anyway.

"The first we played him , he was a back-up," Johnson said. "I was kind of thinking, 'I don't know about this guy, he just looks like a fullback to me.'"

Ah, those were the days.

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