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Saturday evening after the Florida / Alabama game a crime took place. Former Crimson Tide corner-back Reggie Myles was tackled to the ground while carrying a tray of delicious chicken strips. Myles identified current Florida player Dominique Easley as his assailant We don't know if Easley was motivated by anger over not being able to tackle any current Alabama players during the game, or just sheer hunger for delicious chicken fingers. The always reasonable and professional University of Florida police department is investigating the crime. We have obtained their crime scene diagram of the assault:
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Dominque Easley w/Will Muschamp/Courtesy: Matt Stamey-Gainesville Sun((ht: gainesville.com))This is a bit of an odd story. According to a report in today's Gainesville Sun, current University of Florida defensive lineman Dominique Easley attacked former Alabama player Reggie Myles after this past Saturday night's game in Gainesville.Myles alleges that he was attacked/tackled ...
The University of Florida police department says it is investigating a claim that Gators defensive tackle Dominique Easley attacked a former Alabama player outside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium following the Tide's 38-10 victory.
UPD Major Brad Barber says the investigation should be done this week and that Easley could be charged with battery.
Barber says Easley's attorney...
UPD is investigating a complaint filed by a former Alabama player who says he was attacked by DT Dominique Easley on SaturdayGAINESVILLE – A former Alabama football player has filed a complaint with the University Police Department alleging that he was attacked by Florida DT Dominique Easley following Saturday's game, The Tuscaloosa News reported Monday night.
Jon Halapio and the rest of the Florida offensive line were called out by their head coach on Monday when Will Muschamp said that Alabama "dominated on both lines of scrimmage". Halapio and company know they have to get better and know they have a new duty to protect a new quarterback because of an injury to John Brantley. Halapio believes they will rise up to the cause.
No. 17 Florida will be without quarterback John Brantley at top-ranked LSU on Saturday. Gators coach Will Muschamp says Brantley has a lower leg injury that won't require surgery and will be sidelined at least a week. Muschamp says he will update Brantley's status every Monday. Freshman Jeff Driskel is expected to start against the Tigers, but Muschamp says fellow freshmen...
The full preview will come later this week, but for now a quick look at this week’s game.It’s the Jeff Driskel show whether he, the coaches, or the fans like it or not. Driskel is probably extremely excited about his first start for Florida; the coaches may be eager to see what he can do; and the fans are looking forward to the quarterback’s future. For now though, visiting...
EASELY and CHUCKIE (GatorCountry.com)Following Alabama’s 34-10 butt-kicking of Florida, formerAlabama player Reggie Myles claims he was assaulted by current Florida playerDominique Easley.According to the police report, Myles claimed Easley hit himfrom behind somewhere near Ben Hill Griffin Stadium shortly after the game.Evidently, Easley ran away after the alleged assault, butmanaged...
No. 17 Florida will be without quarterback John Brantley at top-ranked LSU on Saturday.
Making the morning rounds.
• Extremely late hit. University of Florida police confirmed Monday that they're investigating a complaint by former Alabama player Reggie Myles, who claims he was attacked by Gator lineman Dominique Easley outside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium after Alabama's 38-10 romp on Saturday night. Easley has not been charged, but Myles told the Gainesville...
The Florida Gators (4-1, 2-1 SEC) hit the road for the second time this season, traveling to Baton Rouge, La., to face the No. 1-ranked LSU Tigers (5-0, 2-0 SEC). The Gators are coming off their first loss of the season, a 38-10 defeat by No. 3 Alabama. The Tigers remained unbeaten in 2011 with a 35-7 victory over Kentucky last Saturday.