Florida Gators Vs Tennessee 2011
CBS at 3:30 EST In Gainesville, FL (The Swamp)
Should be a good game today.
That was an easy win for Alabama Texas state is nothing. Alabama was a sure win. I knew they would win that one as I know Florida Gators would too. We played a tough team against Tennessee and won. That was a good test for us this year. But we have beat them I think the last 7 games we played them. These teams that are nobody's like Texas state is easy for teams like Alabama and Florida Gators. You need to play a real contender to evaluate your team. We did against Tennessee and won. It was tough but we got it done. Kentucky is always easy to beat for Florida and Alabama, I think we are playing them in the next few weeks. That will be a cake walk. Of course when Alabama and Florida Gators play that is always tough and we will do our Avatar bet again..lol Not sure when we play you. Yeah that player for Florida State Seminoles got hurt. Hope hes alright.rosco 357 wrote:well alabama won 41 to 0 against north texas state, north texas had a good back, it was the 0 the defense was after, they put in aj macarron as quarterback for the tide as last week, he seems to have the better command of the field and i think he is a senior that was the back up last year,, , but in the spring they were saying macarron and phil sims, were even, but near the end they put in phil sims and he fumbled the ball on the snap, and north texas was in the 5 yard line, but the tide kept them out. trent richardson and eddie lacey both had 160 something yards, and were faster than the other teams safetys, and had long runs for toughdowns, trent 3 TD"s and 2TD's for lacey i think, but next week will be the test when the tide plays arkansas, , i missed the hard hit oklahoma put on the florida state player, i saw them take him to the hospital, i have not heard how he is doing but i think he was hit in the head from both sides, i think there was a penalty, but not sure, if anyone hears how he is post it, thanks,
North Texas came in with two weapons: senior running back Lance Dunbar, who rushed for 2,931 yards the past two seasons, and wide receiver/kick returner Brelan Chancellor, who led the nation with 297 all-purpose yards per game. The Crimson Tide contained them both
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