Found September 27, 2012 on
Throw The Flag:
A Florida Gator fan and Alumnus happened to be passing through Tallahassee this weekend and decided to make a pit stop on the exit to FSU. He urinated on the sign as a UF prank on FSU. Hey, if Florida can’t beat FSU on the field, they can still pull stunts like this.
This guy happens to have attended UF when I was there and is known for pulling pranks such as these. Both the Florida Gators and the Florida State Seminoles are undefeated so far this year. FSU takes on USF this weekend and UF has a bye week. It probably won’t happen but I would love for both of these teams to be undefeated when they meet in November.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- It no doubt wasn't fair for former Florida coach Urban Meyer to compare receiver Andre Debose to Percy Harvin before he even stepped on campus.
Harvin was one of the top playmakers in school history. He turned short passes into huge gains, made defenders look silly with open-field moves and probably would have been a Heisman Trophy contender had he...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated.) By MARK LONG AP Sports Writer It no doubt wasn't fair for former Florida coach Urban Meyer to compare receiver Andre Debose to Percy Harvin before he even stepped on campus.
Harvin was one of the top playmakers in school history. He turned short passes into huge gains, made defenders look silly with open-field moves and probably would have...
After facing offenses like Tennessee and Texas A&M that wanted to throw the ball, the Gators are using the bye week to prepare for something different. LSU will bring a power, two-back run game to Gainesville on October 6. It’s an offensive scheme that gave Florida nightmares throughout the 2011 season, including its trip to Baton Rouge. The Gators have two weeks to prepare to stop it.