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    As the resident Gator fan...

    I must say it is a great feeling... I have listened to Marty Tirrel and the national media bash the Gators and the BCS process for weeks, only to see more and more converting to the orange and blue as time passed. I haven't said much because I truely beleive the best is yet to come for this young squad... No matter how bad OSU played I hope NOBODY takes anything away from the job the Gators did. Urban Meyer proved to be a true offensive mastermind and the Gator D... Well, people that know me can see why I would have loved to see Charlie Strong donning the cardinal and gold...

    It's great to be a Florida Gator!

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    Born a Cyclone, Raised a Gator, Back to a Cyclone but a Gator at heart...



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    Re: As the resident Gator fan...

    Better a Gator than a Buckeye. Looked like OSU fans were depressed. That was an old fashioned butt whippin'


    CFH HMagic bball season next year.
    Let my Fred's Four Horsemen ride: Georges, Hogue, Nader, and McKay.

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