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Report: Florida Loses Starting O-Lineman To Scooter Accident, Broken Arm

Did Will Muschamp buy a house on an old Native American burial ground?

If anyone in the SEC has the right to sing “Born Under A Bad Sign” these days it’s Florida’s coach.  His team already decimated by injuries, losers of three games in a row including to rival Georgia, Muschamp will now have to replace yet another starter.

According to John Cotey of The Tampa Bay Times, offensive tackle Tyler Moore will miss the rest of the season due to a broken arm and a scooter accident:




Moore entered the Gators’ starting lineup due to an injury to Chaz Green before the season started.  With him out, Florida has just two healthy scholarship offensive tackles to use during the season’s final month.  Players will be shifted from other positions on the line, of course, but the sheer number of Gators out for the year is astounding.  By our count nine Florida players have been shelved already.

Florida fans aren’t happy with the job Muschamp has done.  A 4-4 record won’t cut it in Gainesville.  But it’s hard to imagine many coaches having success with a roster that’s been as sliced and diced as Muschamp’s.

Vanderbilt visits the Swamp on Saturday in what could now be a real battle.

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UK Basketball Has A Soundtrack For The Season

“I ball hard, that’s just what I do.  I’m a Wildcat.  I bleed Kentucky blue.”


No, those aren’t the thoughts of yours truly.  They’re the lyrics to a new song and video that are making the rounds regarding Kentucky’s 2012-13 basketball season.  And why not?  With a football team that’s so cursed on the injury front you’d think Commonwealth Stadium was built on top of a Native American burial ground, why not focus on hoops?

And the focus at UK is on their “Drive for 9,” the song by Henry Ogirri:


HENRY OGIRRI – Kentucky Wildcats 2012 Anthem Drive for 9


What’s most amusing to me is the fact that fans of School X love these types of songs/videos when they’re in support of their own school, but they ruthlessly mock them when they’re written/performed in connection with any other school.

So getcha swag on, Kentucky fans.  And prepare your smart aleck comments, everyone else.

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Sutton On Hand To Watch Arkansas Knock Off Kentucky

Former Arkansas and Kentucky coach Eddie Sutton was on hand to witness the Razorbacks snap a 10-game losing streak against Kentucky last night in Fayetteville.  (With that tan and hair, Sutton would need only a headdress to pass for a cigar store Indian.)

Sutton was an invited guest of current Hog coach John Pelphrey — himself an ex-UK player — and assistant Rob Evans.  Sutton gave Pelphrey his first coaching job as a graduate assistant at Oklahoma State.  Sutton’s son, Sean, was on hand for last night’s game, too.  And like Pelphrey, he also once played for the Wildcats.

How incestuous.

(Sidenote — This is a cigar store Indian.  This site did not compare Eddie Sutton to a Native American.  The person that’s typing this right now?  His great-grandmother was a Native American.  Just FYI.  In this photo, Sutton, supremely tanned and straight-lipped, looks like the inanimate object we referenced in the piece above.)

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