Tuesday, November 23, 2010

The Broncos on Monday Night Football

Being a Broncos fan must be a frustrating thing.  The Broncos seem so on the cusp of doing well and then a dropped pass here, a stymied run there...and then the game is out of hand.

When a game is out of hand, why not let one of the backups take some reps?  Even if it's not Tebow, it's generally a good idea to have a backup that's prepared...remember last year's National Championship Game?

We'd start a "Tebow! Tebow! Tebow!" chant, but doubt it would do any real good. (Feel free to chant along if you like. But, please, enough with the Philip Rivers gushing.)

Monday, November 22, 2010

Quote of the Day

"Where I can help kids the most...."

Congratulations to Gary Beemer!

(And hopefully he'll stay at Florida)

Friday, November 19, 2010

Monday, November 15, 2010

Quote of the Day

"In Week 10, Tim Tebow threw more touchdown passes than Peyton Manning and ran for more touchdowns than Adrian Peterson."

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Tebow scores against the Chiefs!

Tebow scores first passing TD, and one more rushing TD, against the Chiefs.  Tebow's first pass in the NFL was for a TD.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Robbie Andreu thanks Coach Meyer

Below is an excerpt of Robbie Andreu's account of his father and what it meant to receive a Florida - Georgia game ball on Monday.

For a lifelong Gator fan whose nemesis (and biggest rival) over the years was Georgia, how’s this for the perfect birthday present: A game ball from Florida’s overtime victory over Georgia, presented by UF coach Urban Meyer.

That’s what happened to my father on Monday, on what would have been his 88th birthday. In a wonderful and greatly appreciated gesture, Meyer opened his weekly Monday press conference by presenting a game ball to me in honor of the real Robbie Andreu, who died on Oct. 21.

Words can’t express how much this means to my family — and what it would have meant to may Dad, who was on the Florida freshman football team in 1941 before leaving school to enlist in the Army Air Corps shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7 of that year. He flew 35 missions in a B-17 over Europe as a bombardier (he nearly had to parachute out once with the rest of the crew when an engine was hit and caught fire). He returned to UF after World War II on the G.I. Bill and earned his UF law degree in 1949. He spent the rest of his life in his beloved hometown of St. Augustine, practicing law and later becoming a county judge. And he was (and actually still is) a Florida football season-ticket holder dating back to the early 1950s.

I only wish he could have seen what happened Saturday in Jacksonville. And what happened on Monday in Gainesville, when Meyer handed me that game ball in his honor. He would have been thrilled beyond words. One thing’s for sure, that football will be treasured for many years to come by those my father left behind.
From my Dad, from all of us, thank you, Urban Meyer.

Full story here.

(And even a kinder, gentler Mike Bianchi's account here.)