Found November 03, 2012 on Throw The Flag:
The Florida Gators are taking on the Missouri Tigers today for their final SEC game of the season. They only way they can win the SEC East is if they beat Mizzou Tigers and if Georgia loses to either Ole Miss or Auburn. Apparently a 7 and 1 start for the Florida Gators isn’t good enough for the student section. It was never this bad under the Ron Zook era which was not a good era. The stands were always packed for Tim Tebow. It seems as if the Florida Gator students are very fair weather fans these days. Noon games are hard to get to (not that hard though) and it isn’t even scorching hot outside. They stands have filed up more since then but still, this is embarrassing for the University of Florida. HT @MattWatt5
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