The Florida Gators host the South Carolina Gamecocks this afternoon and ESPN's College GameDay was present in Gainesville, Florida for the festivities.
And with ESPN College GameDay comes funny and clever signs. This week was no exception.
In this photo, courtesy of BigLeadSports, a Gators fan picks on Stephen Garcia and his problem with drinking that pretty much got him thrown out of the program.
Maybe picking on someone for, what I believe is, an alcohol problem, but points to the fan for creativity.
Washington & Jefferson running back Tim McNerney died early Thursday morning in what police are calling a robbery gone wrong.
McNerney, a senior at the Pennsylvania school, and a friend were attacked near a local bar after a night of drinking.
Main Street Brew House manager Vicki Simoens said that when both McNerney and his friend left the bar, no one was around.
"There was nothing that started here," she said, "There were no words here, there were no unusual groups of people, there was no argument -- it was a good night at the Brew House on Wednesday night."
McNerney's friend, Zachary DeCicco, said that minutes after leaving the bar a group of six men attacked and robbed the two men. DeCicco was able to run away after the attack, but McNerney was not with him.
Police found McNerney unconscious in a parking lot at around 4AM. EMT's performed CPR on the running back, but was pronounced dead 42 minutes later. The coroner has ruled the death as a homicide and the cause of death was blunt force trauma to the head.
Police are still trying to piece together the events of that night and who could've been responsible for McNerney's death. DeCicco has not been able to give the police much information about the attack.
McNerney was twice named to the Presidents' Athletic Conference all-conference team and a third was not in doubt. McNerney rushed for 461 yards in just four games with Washington & Jefferson this season.
The Miami Hurricanes sure know how to win in dramatic fashion and you'd think coach Al Golden would be used to it by now.
Miami needed its second straight dramatic win to beat North Carolina State yesterday when 'Canes quarterback Stephen Morris hit receiver Phillip Dorsett with a 62-yard touchdown with only 19 seconds left in regulation. The Hurricanes would go on to defeat the Wolfpack, 44-37.
During the postgame press conference, Al Golden gave an honest assessment to the game winning score.
Jump ahead to about 1:18 on the video above for the NSFW response.
I think that's what we all felt about it and it was refreshing and funny to see a coach thinking like a fan.
Here's the play that almost gave coach Golden a coronary.
Given the injury to Robert Marve and the troubles with Caleb TerBush, maybe the Boilermakers should take a look at this guy.
Purdue junior and quarterback of the Sour Lemons intramural football team Brady Cronk threw a 30 yard touchdown.
Behind his back.
If he can throw in front of him as he can behind his back, then the Boilernmakers have found their next quarterback.