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#15 : September 30, 2008, 01:44:24 PM

So I guess all of you would call Mike Alstott, Emmit Smith, Brett Favre, etc. babies?  Love those double-standards that are expressed by those who are blinded by hatred and jealousy.
How dare you group those men with the childish Tebow?  Are you truly going to tell me that you think that those men cry after almost every loss?

When has Tebow cried after any loss, including this one?  I've never seen a tear come out of his eye, so there goes that argument.

But how about Hines Ward?  He cried after Pittsburgh lost to the Patriots in the playoffs in the 2004 season.  Ditto for Jerome Bettis.  There have been so many football players to cry that, even if Tebow DID cry, you would still have no argument.  Your blatant bias and jealousy toward a successful player has quite obviously blinded your ability to see him do anything good. 

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#16 : September 30, 2008, 01:52:20 PM

So I guess all of you would call Mike Alstott, Emmit Smith, Brett Favre, etc. babies?  Love those double-standards that are expressed by those who are blinded by hatred and jealousy.
How dare you group those men with the childish Tebow?  Are you truly going to tell me that you think that those men cry after almost every loss?

When has Tebow cried after any loss, including this one?  I've never seen a tear come out of his eye, so there goes that argument.

But how about Hines Ward?  He cried after Pittsburgh lost to the Patriots in the playoffs in the 2004 season.  Ditto for Jerome Bettis.  There have been so many football players to cry that, even if Tebow DID cry, you would still have no argument.  Your blatant bias and jealousy toward a successful player has quite obviously blinded your ability to see him do anything good. 

I believe he cried after the Auburn loss...


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#17 : September 30, 2008, 02:51:03 PM

When has Tebow cried after any loss, including this one?  I've never seen a tear come out of his eye, so there goes that argument.
Have you ever watched a gator game?  This is what I'm talking about, folks.  And you people wonder why gator fans are considered the most casual, homer, bandwagon fans in the nation.

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#18 : September 30, 2008, 03:36:31 PM

im just glad we have posters in here to tell us what is manly and what is not.

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#19 : October 01, 2008, 08:03:05 AM

I was going to put this in a new thread but may as well try to keep the GAtor bashing in one place ....

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By request, the following is a transcript from the Florida locker room after their recent home loss to the team that lost at home to Wake Forest.

Meyer: Fellers, I’m not quite sure what to say. I guess I’d like to start out by saying I’m proud of each and every one of you, and I’d like to tell you that I’m really pleased with the effort I saw, the desire to win, and your total refusal to roll over and lose the game. I’d like to tell you that… but it’s all bull----. The polish is off the turd. You ----ers are make me sick.

Spikes: Say what???

Meyer: Sorry, got caught up in a moment of brutal honesty, and, you know, honesty’s really not my thing. I’m generally at my best when I’m lying my sorry ass off to players. But this isn’t recruiting, so…

Tebow: Coach, I just want to apologize for not winning the game.

Meyer: Gee, Timmy, that’s really swell, but, uhhh, take a quick look around the room and tell me what you see.

Tebow: Well, uhhh, I guess lockers… some dirty towels… uhhh… oh, and showers. I like showers!

Meyer: Notice anything else?

Tebow: Hmmm… several guys wearing Tim Tebow outfits?

Meyer: Those are uniforms.

Tebow: Right, Tim Tebow “uniforms.”

Meyer: Timmy, those are your teammates.

Tebow: Teammates?

Meyer: Yes, other players on the team.

Tebow: Team?

Meyer: Yes, Timmy. A functional unit of people working together for a common goal.

Tebow: You mean, like, getting Tim Tebow into the end zone?

Meyer: Like getting Florida into the win column, which, by the way, is something we’ve never done when trailing in the second half since you’ve been at Florida.

Tebow: I’m (sniff) sorry, Coach. You’re right (sniff sniff) and you’re such an awesome guy. No one will work harder to make us win, especially since we’re better than everyone else and deserve to win (sob). I’ll work harder to score and to run and to awkwardly heave the ball downfield. I’ll will us to…

Meyer: Save it for your worshippers, Timmy.

Tebow: I’m sorry.

Meyer: Whatever. Can anybody tell me what it takes to make a champion?

Tartt: Biscuits and mustard?

Meyer: What?

Tartt: Maybe some o’ them French-fried ’taters?

Meyer: Jim, go outside and dig a hole.

Tartt leaves the lockerroom.

Meyer: Somebody do me a favor and lock the door behind him.

Tebow: I’m sorry I didn’t lock the door. I promise to work hard to dig a better hole.

Meyer: Don’t be ridiculous Timmy. How could you dig a bigger hole than a fumble on our own 18, giving us back-to-back turnovers on consecutive plays?

Tebow: I hadn’t really thought about it that way.

Meyer: We didn’t recruit you to think.

Cooper: Can I wash my hair now?

Meyer: Shut the ---- up.

Pierre-Louis: At least it’s early in the season.

Meyer: What???

Pierre-Louis: It’s early in the season.

Meyer: (blink)

Pierre-Louis: I’m just sayin’… You know, it’s early in the season.

Meyer: (blink… blink blink)

Pierre-Louis: …so, you know, we still have time to…

Meyer: How are you even on this team?

Tebow: Team?

Meyer: Look, we just lost at home to Ole Miss. Ole Miss. And it’s not like there was a Manning at quarterback. It was that kid we told we were recruiting Tebow as a linebacker.

Doe: (chuckling) That was a good one!

Meyer: Shut the ---- up.

Doe: Sorry.

Tebow: Hey, that’s my line.

Meyer: Hey. Shut… the ----… up.

Tebow and Doe: Sorry.

Meyer: Has it occurred to any of you how embarrassing this is for me?

Harvin: For you? How do you think we feel?

Meyer: I dunno. How did you feel when you put the tater on the carpet on our 34 on the second play of the second half?

Harvin: Hey, I had 186 yards of offense.

Meyer: Goody gumdrops.

Harvin: Did it occur to you to maybe give me the ball when we needed one lousy yard?

Meyer: Do I need to remind you that I’m your coach?

Harvin: Do I need to remind you what I did to an official in high school?

Meyer: Simmer down, Percy.

Harvin: Don’t make me break this bad foot off in your ass.

Meyer: Save your foot; we might need it for extra points.

Tebow: I promise (sob) to work harder on extra points.

Meyer: Timmy, you don’t kick.

Tebow: Why not?

Meyer: We leave that to the kicker.

Tebow: Kicker?

Meyer: He’s one of your teammates.

Tebow: Teammates?

Meyer: Ye gods.

Pouncey: What now?

Meyer: Now we go to Arkansas.

Other Pouncey: To play Houston Nutt?

Meyer: No, that was Houston Nutt that beat us today.

Pouncey: So who’s beating us next week?

Meyer: We’re not losing next week!

Other Pouncey: How do you know?

Tebow: I’m going to will this team to victory.

Meyer: Timmy…

Tebow: Yes?

Meyer: SHUT THE ---- UP!

Tebow: Sorry.

Haden: You already said that.

Meyer: Holy ----. Do you realize that a mere 4 hours ago I was hailed as a genius? Now I have the same record as that school out west.

Rainey: FS…

Meyer: HEY! Don’t say it! You know I refuse to say or hear their name.

Rainey: Yeah, but we lost to an SEC team. They lost to Wake Forest.

Meyer: The SEC team that beat us lost to Wake Forest.

Rainey: Oh.

Meyer: Yeah.

Rainey: Dang, sometimes it’s not nice to be me.

Meyer: I know the feeling.


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#20 : October 01, 2008, 08:17:26 AM

So I guess all of you would call Mike Alstott, Emmit Smith, Brett Favre, etc. babies? Love those double-standards that are expressed by those who are blinded by hatred and jealousy.
How dare you group those men with the childish Tebow? Are you truly going to tell me that you think that those men cry after almost every loss?

When has Tebow cried after any loss, including this one? I've never seen a tear come out of his eye, so there goes that argument.

But how about Hines Ward? He cried after Pittsburgh lost to the Patriots in the playoffs in the 2004 season. Ditto for Jerome Bettis. There have been so many football players to cry that, even if Tebow DID cry, you would still have no argument. Your blatant bias and jealousy toward a successful player has quite obviously blinded your ability to see him do anything good.

I believe he cried after the Auburn loss...
He cried after the LSU loss last year.

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#21 : October 01, 2008, 02:24:55 PM

Heck, even little children understand there certainly are times when you must cry.. Hope  the lil guy helps the big Lug get over the whole tearful episodes.












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#22 : October 01, 2008, 02:54:30 PM

http://s138.photobucket.com/albums/q269/mauiborn86/?action=view&current=teebow20cry.flv

Again...tears?  I see none.  All I see is frustration.  In fact all of the other Florida players have their heads in their hands in this clip.  But if one of you can show me evidence, I'll retract the fact I said he never cried.

Regardless, you have yet to address my previous points of Hines Ward and Jerome Bettis, two of the most liked players in the NFL.

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#23 : October 01, 2008, 02:57:21 PM

I was going to put this in a new thread but may as well try to keep the GAtor bashing in one place ....

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By request, the following is a transcript from the Florida locker room after their recent home loss to the team that lost at home to Wake Forest.

Um...Florida never even played Wake Forest.  Funny, though...

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#24 : October 01, 2008, 03:12:26 PM

I was going to put this in a new thread but may as well try to keep the GAtor bashing in one place ....

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By request, the following is a transcript from the Florida locker room after their recent home loss to the team that lost at home to Wake Forest.

Um...Florida never even played Wake Forest. Funny, though...
You're good at reading.

Dolorus Jason on a ban bet with me over the BCS Championship: \"You have your bet. I ain\'t scurred.\"- 12/8 \"Youre being banned from your own stupidity. Enjoy.\"-12/8 \"Prepare for your ban .\" -12/9 \"Miyagi gonna be banned.\"-12/9 \"Best bet I ever made ...\"-12/9 \"Miyagi mad , gettin banned.\"-12/9\"You mIght need a break from the board. Our bet should help you do just that.\"-12/10 11:38 AM
 \"The bet is off now.\"12/10 1:24 PM

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#25 : October 01, 2008, 03:46:43 PM

I was going to put this in a new thread but may as well try to keep the GAtor bashing in one place ....

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By request, the following is a transcript from the Florida locker room after their recent home loss to the team that lost at home to Wake Forest.

Um...Florida never even played Wake Forest.  Funny, though...

Maybe he was trying to make the point that Florida beat itself, which actually would have been pretty clever ...... but, sadly, somehow I don't think that's what he was doing.  :-[



And, personally, I don't see the big deal in Tebow tearing up a little. Sports are emotional and plenty of athletes have cried over the years ....... of course, most of the time the guys well up after a win and it's the females and soccer players crying after a loss ...... but it's still not THAT unusual.  ;)

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#26 : October 01, 2008, 05:13:21 PM

Frankly....say it's because I'm a female and I must be emotional and blah blah blah...

But I am glad to see passion in a player and the leader of our team. Sure I can handle the jabs from USF and FSU fans about his tears, but I think that most people would be happy to have a player like him on their team.

It's nice to see someone invested in the game for the love of the game, you simply don't get that emotional unless you're truly invested in the sport. Take the jabs you want, the Gator nation is in no way not used to them. We'll still stand behind our QB.

And I bet he comes out damn ready to play this weekend...wish we had LSU this weekend instead of next. Hopefully we take it to Arkansas...

(It is sad though that our season has come down to hoping we beat the little guys...)

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#27 : October 01, 2008, 05:38:59 PM

Frankly....say it's because I'm a female and I must be emotional and blah blah blah...

No, it says from personal observation, I've seen female athletes cry after a loss many more times than I've seen male athletes cry ....... except for soccer players.



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But I am glad to see passion in a player and the leader of our team. Sure I can handle the jabs from USF and FSU fans about his tears, but I think that most people would be happy to have a player like him on their team.

It's nice to see someone invested in the game for the love of the game, you simply don't get that emotional unless you're truly invested in the sport. Take the jabs you want, the Gator nation is in no way not used to them. We'll still stand behind our QB.


Of course, most teams would be happy to have a player like Tebow on their team ..... I'd prefer a Harvin, though, if there was a choice.


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#28 : October 01, 2008, 05:46:10 PM

I could care less whether he cries or not, and I don't think it says anything negative about the guy at all.  But this nonsense about showing "passion" is hilarious.  He could show just as much "passion" by banging his fist on the podium and declaring he won't let the team down again.

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#29 : October 01, 2008, 06:24:24 PM

True...but then we'd all be calling for steroid testing because someone would freak out about his "tantrums" haha

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