Found November 29, 2012 on
The Florida-Florida State rivalry is one of the most entertaining and deeply rooted rivalries in all of college football. However, the hatred that was once just reserved for players is seeping into a different social group — the cheerleaders. Tarin Moses, the girlfriend of Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel, took to Twitter in the week leading up to the sunshine showdown to express her disdain for the Seminoles. Moses was using the hashtag #FSUhateweek to label her tweets leading up to the big game, a game which Florida held on to win. Delighted with the performance of her school and her QB boyfriend, Moses decided to rub some salt in the wound of Seminole fans with a picture she retweeted from a friend. Check our Moses’ message to Florida State below: Photo via Twitter/TarinMoses Thumbnail via Facebook/Tarin Moses Click here to check out photos of the Gators QB’s biggest fan>>
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Rivalry weekend lived up to the hype, providing a nice mix of competitive matchups and one-sided drubbings. We saw an unlikely Apple Cup upset, Duck dominance in the Civil War, a thrilling finish in Bedlam, and an Alabama Iron Bowl statement. The Game went to the Ohio State, the Egg Bowl to Ole Miss. The Old Oaken Bucket went to Purdue, and Notre Dame earned its spot in the...
A moment captured in time where Florida State Seminole Bjoern Werner was milliseconds away from touching Jeff Driskel. Florida Gator quarterback had a tough third quarter against the FSU defense but bounced back in the 4th quarter where UF cranked out 24 points to win the game. Maybe Werner just wanted to give Driskel a nice hug.
That’s just good sportsmanship.
According to an article from Yahoo! Sports, defensive tackle Omar Hunter had some strong words for former Florida Gator Head Coach Urban Meyer. Urban Meyer resigned from the Gators after the 2010 to spend more time with his family. Athletic Director Jeremy Foley hired Will Muschamp who was the head coach in waiting at Texas behind Mack Brown. Florida Gator beat reporter, Thomas Goldkamp...
Florida State defensive end Bjoern Werner, a 6-4, 255-pound defensive end from Berlin, Germany, whose 13 sacks lead the ACC, and 1.08 sacks per game are third-best nationally, is the ACC’s Defensive Player of the Year in the conference for 2012 in balloting by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.