Found March 26, 2013 on
The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles are the sweethearts of the NCAA Tournament, as they have made it to the Sweet 16, marking the first time that a No. 15 seed has ever reached this point in the dance. However, the team for the Atlantic Sun champs is going to be coming to a close this week against the No. 3 Florida Gators, one of the favorites to win March Madness.
BEST OF MAXIM
I am sure when ESPN went live to the Florida Gulf Coast Pep Rally, they didn’t expect a “F*ck the Gators” chant to start, but it is live TV, anything can happen. They should have invested in a seven second delay.
Check out the old man asking his wife what they are chanting half way through the video. Need to get that hearing aid fixed Old Timer.
I am sure the Gators are chomping...
In the crazy realm that is college football, coaches will do a myriad of crazy and interesting things to woo that high school football star.
The latest interesting recruiting tactic came from University of Florida wide receiver coach Joker Phillips who used this image of "The Joker" to try and get the attention of recruits:
IT'S TIME TO COME PLAY WR FOR THE...
FGCU is off to the Sweet 16 to face the might home-state Florida Gators. Eagles fans have a message for the Gators: "We are coming for you."
When you make history like the boys from Florida Gulf Coast University have it is understandable that the fan base get a little cocky and maybe even arrogant. The national attention has to be pretty cool, although I would question making the school too popular; that awesome beach might have a few too many dudes on it next semester...
Anyway...the fans were out in full force...
The Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles are one of the hottest stories in recent years and are enjoying their record setting run into the Sweet Sixteen in this year’s NCAA Tournament. The Eagles coach Andy Enfield has grabbed the media’s attention, conducting multiple interviews after their win last night and sharing stories on the national stage about dating his model wife...
Florida Gulf Coast University has been the talk of the 2013 NCAA Tournament by making history. The FGCU Eagles became the first ever 15-seeded team to reach the Sweet Sixteen. The Fort Myers, Floria area has been electric since the weekend. After the Eagles win on Sunday night, they returned from Philadelphia at 3:30 a.m. to a massive crowd of cheering fans. A pep rally was held...
photo via NYTimes.com
Before Florida Gulf Coast University shocked us all by beating the University of Georgetown, if someone would’ve mentioned FGCU, our collective response would’ve been, “FGCU who?” Yet, when the Eagles knocked out the Hoyas by playing shutdown defense, going on large runs, and high flying dunks, they earned the attention of a nation; only to follow...
On Friday night, Florida will play Florida Gulf Coast in the Sweet 16 in Cowboys Stadium. Assuming the Gators play well, all signs point to them ending FGCU's run in the NCAA Tournament and moving one step closer to the Final Four.
(BUT NO SEC TOURNAMENT TITLE)
/shoots ill-advised three-pointer
/Gator-chomps before the ball is halfway to the basket
Joker Phillips is the new wide receivers coach for the Florida Gators, and he is hoping his new Batman's Joker recruiting campaign will land him some young stars.
by Steve Etter
Miami Bureau Reporter
It's a battle of the sunshine state held in Texas as the #15 seed Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles (FGCU) play the more well known #3 Florida Gators.
The #15 FGCU Eagles (26-10, 13-5 A-Sun), the definite Cinderella story of the tournament, beat the #2 Georgetown Hoyas 78-68 in the second round of...