Monday, November 15, 2010

The slow bleedout

First noticed the blood running out from my wrist when the gators played so horribly against Miami of Ohio. I didn't think much of it though, You know, Just get a band aid, it was that type of thought process.
Alabama gave the Gators their first loss this year. At that point, I was like, Hey man Bama is good, this blood running out of my wrist will coagulate soon. Then we had the over the shoulder bounce lateral to the kicker against LSU at Home.--- Followed the next week by the full seven points scored against Mississippi State at home, and I was like HEY, this thing keeps bleeding! Stop the bleeding here! this is getting kind of alarming!
Saturday Night was like sitting in the bathtub watching the life drip out as Lattimore kept pounding on our defense. when it was over (and it was over at halftime) Florida was just a bloodless carcass - Season over. The halftime adjustment we needed to make was to fire Addazio. This season bled out slowly and now its over. Going through the motions with Appalachian State, then Florida State, plus a crummy little bowl game, probably the humanitarian or another crummy little place. Maybe Detroit. -
New re-incarnation next year though. Another chance .. a new season... Just a long wait and of course we have those two other meaningless Saturdays and then the crumfest crummybowl to look forward to---


So Sad.


NTF said...

UF may becoming to the Music City Bowl. A crummy bowl but the city of Nashville actually does a great job of hosting it and the game is almost always a sellout as lots of peopld will travel here for it.

Bill From Gainesville said...

when is that usually played? does it have tie ins?

NTF said...

Yes, it is going to be played Dec 30 this year and it is SEC v ACC

Native Minnow said...

Yup. Should've just gotten into the tub when the bleeding first started. That way it couldn't clot, and you'd have been out of your misery a whole lot faster. Metaphorically speaking, of course.