Florida's Leak...

Florida's Leak...

Post by Tom Reestma » Mon, 27 Sep 2004 00:37:10


He leads the SEC in passing efficiency, but leads the universe in
leading his team?

Being on the field with him is like being on the field with Bart Starr
or Johnny Unitas?

Sheesh, I just turned on the TV to begin my CFB Saturday, and I've
already experienced the most hyperbole of the day.

--
Tom Reestman

 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by Andrew Smit » Mon, 27 Sep 2004 09:30:59


Quote:
> He leads the SEC in passing efficiency, but leads the universe in
> leading his team?

> Being on the field with him is like being on the field with Bart Starr
> or Johnny Unitas?

> Sheesh, I just turned on the TV to begin my CFB Saturday, and I've
> already experienced the most hyperbole of the day.

Musberger did an FU UK game?

a.

 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by PeeteyJohns » Mon, 27 Sep 2004 23:04:32

Quote:


>> He leads the SEC in passing efficiency, but leads the universe in
>> leading his team?

>> Being on the field with him is like being on the field with Bart Starr
>> or Johnny Unitas?

>> Sheesh, I just turned on the TV to begin my CFB Saturday, and I've
>> already experienced the most hyperbole of the day.

>Musberger did an FU UK game?

Expectations are high in Gainesville. We will hear more about Leak's great
abilities as he improves over time, but I must agree that the hyperbolic nature
of yesterday's comments were a bit of a stretch.

 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by Andrew Smit » Tue, 28 Sep 2004 01:50:43


Quote:


>>> He leads the SEC in passing efficiency, but leads the universe in
>>> leading his team?

>>> Being on the field with him is like being on the field with Bart Starr
>>> or Johnny Unitas?

>>> Sheesh, I just turned on the TV to begin my CFB Saturday, and I've
>>> already experienced the most hyperbole of the day.

>>Musberger did an FU UK game?

> Expectations are high in Gainesville. We will hear more about Leak's great
> abilities as he improves over time, but I must agree that the hyperbolic
> nature
> of yesterday's comments were a bit of a stretch.

Agreed.  I believe he had 1 TD to 3 INTs yesterday.

I think Leak will be good.  Were Spurrier there, Leak would be great.

a.

 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by BPeugh » Tue, 28 Sep 2004 03:08:02

Quote:



>> Expectations are high in Gainesville. We will hear more about Leak's great
>> abilities as he improves over time, but I must agree that the hyperbolic
>> nature
>> of yesterday's comments were a bit of a stretch.

>Agreed.  I believe he had 1 TD to 3 INTs yesterday.

>I think Leak will be good.  Were Spurrier there, Leak would be great.

>a.

spurrier, schmurrier.

 zook and staff are well on their way to doing at least as much for leak's
career as they did for rex grossman's.

rsfck.

bp

 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by PeeteyJohns » Tue, 28 Sep 2004 04:08:41

Quote:




>>>> He leads the SEC in passing efficiency, but leads the universe in
>>>> leading his team?

>>>> Being on the field with him is like being on the field with Bart Starr
>>>> or Johnny Unitas?

>>>> Sheesh, I just turned on the TV to begin my CFB Saturday, and I've
>>>> already experienced the most hyperbole of the day.

>>>Musberger did an FU UK game?

>> Expectations are high in Gainesville. We will hear more about Leak's great
>> abilities as he improves over time, but I must agree that the hyperbolic
>> nature
>> of yesterday's comments were a bit of a stretch.

>Agreed.  I believe he had 1 TD to 3 INTs yesterday.

>I think Leak will be good.  Were Spurrier there, Leak would be great.

Excellent point. Leak is probably the best raw talent has had at Florida in
years. Granted Spurrier made somne good QBs, but he didn't have quite the
material that Leak possesses.

Oh, imagine the possibilities if Spurrier had stayed.

 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by Jefferson N. Glapsk » Tue, 28 Sep 2004 08:02:41


Quote:




> >>>> He leads the SEC in passing efficiency, but leads the universe in
> >>>> leading his team?

> >>>> Being on the field with him is like being on the field with Bart
Starr
> >>>> or Johnny Unitas?

> >>>> Sheesh, I just turned on the TV to begin my CFB Saturday, and I've
> >>>> already experienced the most hyperbole of the day.

> >>>Musberger did an FU UK game?

> >> Expectations are high in Gainesville. We will hear more about Leak's
great
> >> abilities as he improves over time, but I must agree that the
hyperbolic
> >> nature
> >> of yesterday's comments were a bit of a stretch.

> >Agreed.  I believe he had 1 TD to 3 INTs yesterday.

> >I think Leak will be good.  Were Spurrier there, Leak would be great.

> Excellent point. Leak is probably the best raw talent has had at Florida
in
> years. Granted Spurrier made somne good QBs, but he didn't have quite the
> material that Leak possesses.

> Oh, imagine the possibilities if Spurrier had stayed.

Yeah, Brock Berlin would be playing instead of Leak.

--
Jefferson N. Glapski
http://www.glapski.com

 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by Andrew Smit » Tue, 28 Sep 2004 08:19:35



Quote:






>> >>>> He leads the SEC in passing efficiency, but leads the universe in
>> >>>> leading his team?

>> >>>> Being on the field with him is like being on the field with Bart
> Starr
>> >>>> or Johnny Unitas?

>> >>>> Sheesh, I just turned on the TV to begin my CFB Saturday, and I've
>> >>>> already experienced the most hyperbole of the day.

>> >>>Musberger did an FU UK game?

>> >> Expectations are high in Gainesville. We will hear more about Leak's
> great
>> >> abilities as he improves over time, but I must agree that the
> hyperbolic
>> >> nature
>> >> of yesterday's comments were a bit of a stretch.

>> >Agreed.  I believe he had 1 TD to 3 INTs yesterday.

>> >I think Leak will be good.  Were Spurrier there, Leak would be great.

>> Excellent point. Leak is probably the best raw talent has had at Florida
> in
>> years. Granted Spurrier made somne good QBs, but he didn't have quite the
>> material that Leak possesses.

>> Oh, imagine the possibilities if Spurrier had stayed.

> Yeah, Brock Berlin would be playing instead of Leak.

Berlin still would have transferred.

a.

 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by Jeffrey Davi » Tue, 28 Sep 2004 08:48:26

Leak and Florida scored less against UK than Louisville did.
 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by Jefferson N. Glapsk » Tue, 28 Sep 2004 11:24:41


Quote:








> >> >>>> He leads the SEC in passing efficiency, but leads the universe in
> >> >>>> leading his team?

> >> >>>> Being on the field with him is like being on the field with Bart
> > Starr
> >> >>>> or Johnny Unitas?

> >> >>>> Sheesh, I just turned on the TV to begin my CFB Saturday, and I've
> >> >>>> already experienced the most hyperbole of the day.

> >> >>>Musberger did an FU UK game?

> >> >> Expectations are high in Gainesville. We will hear more about Leak's
> > great
> >> >> abilities as he improves over time, but I must agree that the
> > hyperbolic
> >> >> nature
> >> >> of yesterday's comments were a bit of a stretch.

> >> >Agreed.  I believe he had 1 TD to 3 INTs yesterday.

> >> >I think Leak will be good.  Were Spurrier there, Leak would be great.

> >> Excellent point. Leak is probably the best raw talent has had at
Florida
> > in
> >> years. Granted Spurrier made somne good QBs, but he didn't have quite
the
> >> material that Leak possesses.

> >> Oh, imagine the possibilities if Spurrier had stayed.

> > Yeah, Brock Berlin would be playing instead of Leak.

> Berlin still would have transferred.

You sure about that? You have reasons?

--
Jefferson N. Glapski
http://www.glapski.com

 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by PeeteyJohns » Tue, 28 Sep 2004 12:06:07

Quote:
>Leak and Florida scored less against UK than Louisville did.

Kentucky gets more focused for tougher opponents. Hence, the closer score and
the better defense play. This should be fairly obvious.
 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by Jeffrey Dav » Tue, 28 Sep 2004 21:59:28

Quote:

> >Leak and Florida scored less against UK than Louisville did.

> Kentucky gets more focused for tougher opponents. Hence, the closer score and
> the better defense play. This should be fairly obvious.

That's what I said. In the 4th quarter against Florida, a Kentucky
score would have made things verrrry interesting. The UL game was done
shortly after the opening whistle.
 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by Andrew Smit » Wed, 29 Sep 2004 06:30:58



Quote:










>> >> >>>> He leads the SEC in passing efficiency, but leads the universe in
>> >> >>>> leading his team?

>> >> >>>> Being on the field with him is like being on the field with Bart
>> > Starr
>> >> >>>> or Johnny Unitas?

>> >> >>>> Sheesh, I just turned on the TV to begin my CFB Saturday, and
>> >> >>>> I've
>> >> >>>> already experienced the most hyperbole of the day.

>> >> >>>Musberger did an FU UK game?

>> >> >> Expectations are high in Gainesville. We will hear more about
>> >> >> Leak's
>> > great
>> >> >> abilities as he improves over time, but I must agree that the
>> > hyperbolic
>> >> >> nature
>> >> >> of yesterday's comments were a bit of a stretch.

>> >> >Agreed.  I believe he had 1 TD to 3 INTs yesterday.

>> >> >I think Leak will be good.  Were Spurrier there, Leak would be great.

>> >> Excellent point. Leak is probably the best raw talent has had at
> Florida
>> > in
>> >> years. Granted Spurrier made somne good QBs, but he didn't have quite
> the
>> >> material that Leak possesses.

>> >> Oh, imagine the possibilities if Spurrier had stayed.

>> > Yeah, Brock Berlin would be playing instead of Leak.

>> Berlin still would have transferred.

> You sure about that? You have reasons?

Interceptions.

a.

 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by Andrew Smit » Wed, 29 Sep 2004 06:31:25


Quote:
> >Leak and Florida scored less against UK than Louisville did.

> Kentucky gets more focused for tougher opponents. Hence, the closer score
> and
> the better defense play. This should be fairly obvious.

I don't know if you've noticed, but ALL of Kentucky's opponents are tougher.

a.

 
 
 

Florida's Leak...

Post by Jeffrey Davi » Wed, 29 Sep 2004 06:46:52

Quote:



>>>Leak and Florida scored less against UK than Louisville did.

>>Kentucky gets more focused for tougher opponents. Hence, the closer score
>>and
>>the better defense play. This should be fairly obvious.

> I don't know if you've noticed, but ALL of Kentucky's opponents are tougher.

I(O)U one.