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Alabama fan invades Gainesville to say Roll Tide on his iPad

What’s the best way to troll a school after you’ve just won the BCS National Championship? Obviously it’s to drive down to Gainesville, grab your iPad and shaker, put on your Crimson colors, and take a picture with Florida’s “Bull Gator”. Alabama has basically dominated Florida after the 2008 SEC Championship and destroyed Florida last year in The Swamp after an initial...
Via Throw The Flag
August 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Brantley's Gator journey set for emotional end

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. The last time Gators quarterback John Brantley played at EverBank Field a 24-20 loss to Georgia in late October he could barely walk by the end of the game. It was Brantleys first game back after suffering a severe high-ankle sprain in the first half against Alabama on Oct. 1. The injury forced Brantley to miss two games and spend much of October getting treatment...
Via Fox Sports Florida
December 31, 2011  |  Discuss

Brantley's final home game marred by injury

GAINESVILLE, Fla. As he was introduced on Senior Day, Gators starting quarterback John Brantley received one of the loudest ovations of his career. It was undoubtedly a special moment for Brantley and his family, whose long history with Florida football is well-documented. Unfortunately for Brantley, running onto the field to a huge ovation turned out to be the highlight of his...
Via Fox Sports Florida
November 27, 2011  |  Discuss

Gators QB Brantley knocked out vs. Seminoles

The worst game of John Brantley's career ended with an injury. Florida's senior quarterback was knocked out of Saturday's game against rival Florida State with an apparent concussion. It happened after Brantley threw three interceptions, two of which led to touchdowns for the Seminoles. Brantley was sandwiched between two defenders just after releasing a pass late in...
Via AP on Fox
November 26, 2011  |  Discuss

John Brantley's "Career" Day

It was bound to happen. We didn't know when or what it would all mean, but eventually Florida Gators' quarterback John Brantley would have his "career" day. It was the 11th game of his second season as the starter, but for one game it came together and gave us all hope there was enough fuel in no. 12's tank for just two more.Here's the line Brsntley put...
Via The Bull Gator
November 24, 2011  |  Discuss

Swamp Talk: Gators Offense Starts Well, But Slows Down Against Georgia

John Brantley returned and so did the passing game...for a half. Florida was able to move the ball in the first half against Georgia and while the Gators didn't light the scoreboard on fire, 226 passing yards meant that part of the offense was back. And it was, for 30 minutes. The second half would be a different story as the Bulldogs' adjustments shut the Gators down to...
Via The Bull Gator
November 01, 2011  |  Discuss

Brantley gives all in tough loss to Georgia

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. His teammates and coaches were dressed and already on the team buses, burdened by a fourth consecutive loss. John Brantley limped slowly down a corridor deep inside EverBank Field in their direction. The protective boot that has been his right foot's constant companion for a month was back on. Brantley had shed it for four hours Saturday for a game that...
Via Fox Sports Florida
October 29, 2011  |  Discuss

Even with Brantley back, Florida loses again

Quarterback John Brantley's return was supposed to give Florida a psychological boost. It did, but it sure didn't last. Brantley's first game in nearly a month did little to prevent the Gators from making the same mistakes as they did in losses to Alabama, LSU and Auburn. Florida endured one of the worst second halves in school history and lost to Southeastern Conference...
Via AP on Fox
October 29, 2011  |  Discuss

Brantley starts at quarterback for Florida against Georgia

John Brantley started at quarterback for Florida against Georgia on Saturday and had a 72-yard completion on his first pass attempt, a bubble screen to Jeff Demps. The possession didn't end in any points, however, when the Gators missed a field goal. The Gators are down to their No. 2 kicker because of an injury to top kicker Caleb Sturgis. Brantley has not played since injuring...
Via Fox Sports South
October 29, 2011  |  Discuss
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