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Hey Everyone! This is the Matchups and Arguments for all of the AFL Matchups. This is where the teams will argue to you why they should win against their opponent. Voting will open at 9pm Tonight!
Here is the hub post to the Florida Gators Tournament.
Defense - Depth Chart
The random drawing for the picks was in our favor and we recieved the first overall pick so there was no other option besides Tim Tebow, the most well-known player in Gator history and one of the most successful college athlete the University of Florida has ever seen, and he could even be considered the greatest college football player of all time His accolades and play speak for himself, as well as his off the field actions. During his time at Florida, in which he used all four years of eligibility, he not only was successful on the field (Heisman trophy, 2x SEC player of the year, 2x National champ, etc.), but he was a great example of leadership and character for the university. We knew he would be the perfect leader for our team, and the immediate choice for the number one overall pick.
Early in the draft, we had about 5 or 6 I had about 5 or 6 players, on my original draft board, that I really wanted to select early if they were there. After Tebow, one of the next highest guys on my board was Wes Chandler, a WR. This was a guy I had never heard of before this draft, but early into research I found out how much of a great player Chandler was. He was a two time All-American in the mid 70’s, named to the College Football Hall of Fame, and the number three overall pick in the 1978 NFL draft, leading to a successful NFL career. Besides being a great player, he showed leadership off the field, being named an Academic All-American, being awarded the Fergie Ferguson Award (Given "Senior football player who displays outstanding leadership, character and courage"), and having a coaching career after.
Lining up as well as Wide Receiver are Nat Moore (All SEC in 1972, led the NFL in receiving touchdowns in 1977, and does a lot of charity work, being named NFL Man of the Year in 1984) and Tyrie Cleveland. Cleveland was a surprise pick in the 17th to many, due to him not having even close to the accolades as other players still available. Part of this is recency bias on my part, as well as an emotional aspect, due to 2017 Tennessee being my first ever Florida game and being a big part of why I love Gator football. He is also a great athlete and a great special teams player, as a punt gunner and even recovered a blocked punt for a touchdown last season.
To fill in our backfield, we selected Larry Smith in the 5th round, who was 3x First Team All-SEC and a All American in the late 60’s. He was also awarded the Fergie Ferguson Award.
For our FLEX position, we wanted someone who could line up basically anywhere on the field, whether it be in the backfield or another slot receiver. We wanted speed so we selected Brandon James, who could also be used as a returner if necessary (2x First Team All-American returner).
Our offensive line has just as many accolades as the rest of the team, with four out of the five being named First team All-American and the fifth being named Second Team. Tackle Mike Pearson was successful off the field during his time at Florida as well, being named to the SEC academic Honor Roll twice. Guard Shannon Snell owns a Sonny’s barbecue and supplies the food to the recruiting barbecue the last few years, so he’s at least partly responsible for a couple commits a year. Center Guy Dennis was an excellent leader, being awarded the Fergie Ferguson award in 1968. Guard John Barrow played both offensive and defensive line for the Gators and is considered one of the greatest CFL players of all team, being named to their hall of fame, and was even briefly a GM in the Great White North. Tackle David Williams was another All-SEC team captain that ended his career as a Gator as a first round pick in 1989.
With our pick at the end of the second round, we were lucky enough to select probably the best or second best defensive player to ever wear Orange and Blue, Linebacker Wilber Marshall, the second member of our team in the Ring of Honor. The 2x Consensus All-American was a threat to any opposing offense from 1980 to 1983. Lining up next to him are Sammy Green, another Consensus All-American, and Johnny Rutlege, a First and Second Team All-SEC selection that played for Spurrier in the late 90’s, winning a couple SEC titles and a national title. Averaging one Consensus All-American selection and 1.66666 (repeating, of course) First Team All-SEC selections a piece, this would probably be our strongest unit, if not for the Double-A All-Star at quarterback.
Our defensive line has two ends that I had my eye on from the start, Forest K. Ferguson and Dale Van Sickel. Both I had wanted, not just because of their football careers, which were extremely successful (Van Sickel is in the College Football Hall of Fame and Ferguson was First Team All-SEC), but for what they did after of football. Ferguson is the more well-known of the two. He joined the Army as an officer during World War II, earning the Distinguished Service Cross for his heroic actions in June of 1944. He later died from his injuries suffered in the war and, shortly after, has an award given out to the senior captain that “displays outstanding leadership, character, and courage”. Van Sickel, after graduating from Florida, became a successful Hollywood stunt performer, even having a role in Spartacus.
Between these two Gator Legends, defensive tackles Gerard Warren, who had a successful career under Spurrier from 1998 to 2000 and being selecting with the number 3 overall pick in 2001, and William Gaines, who was First Team All-SEC in 1993, anchor the defense and will be successful stopping the run.
Our secondary, headlined by star corners Vernon Hargreaves II (2x First Team All-American and 3x All-SEC) and Fred Weary (Career interception leader at Florida, Consensus All-American, and 2x First Team All-SEC) is another strength of the team. Bruce Bennett, who played under our head coach, was an All-American and had a very successful CFL career, and Marquand Manuel, who has had a successful career coaching DBs and defenses, would succeed in coverage based off of their smart play. At head coach, we have Ray Graves, one of the more underrated coaches in Florida football history. He had a successful 10 year coaching career at Florida, winning 70 games and four bowl games, and was named to the College Football Hall of Fame in 1990. He coached multiple of our players, including Larry Smith and Bruce Bennett, and coached other notable players like Steve Spurrier. He was also an innovator on the defensive side of the ball, as he is credited with creating the modern alignment of the free and strong safety. Besides being successful on the field, one of the things Graves succeeded at the best was making sure his players succeeded off the field as well, which was a big part of our plan in this draft. 93 percent of his players graduated with Bachelor’s degrees and more than half of them continued their education and received either law or medical degrees. Graves also served as the Athletic Director while coaching, and kept that job for ten years after he finished coaching.
The main reason I believe we will easily defeat Caught Red Hernandez is because of our spread offense, headed by probably the best spread college quarterback of all time, Tim Tebow. Tebow would be able to spread the ball around to “Gator Greats” Chandler and Larry Smith. Cleveland would force either Maye or Johnson to have to respect him as a deep threat, leaving other players open short. Our offensive line, whose job is made slightly easier by Tebow’s running ability, are no slouches either, with 4 First team All-Americans (and one second team) and 7 All-SEC nominations between them. Also, Shannon Snell would be able to distract Caught Red Hernandez’s defensive line with barbecue from the Sonny’s he owns (especially Polite, who showed up “fat and out of shape to the combine”, and Culpepper, who is probably starving after being on Survivor for like the seventh time). On the defensive side of the ball, Wilber Marshall and Sammy Green would command the middle of the field, while VH3 shuts down any receiver lined up against him. On the other side of the field, Fred Weary has a decent chance at intercepting any pass Shane Matthews throws his away. Bruce Bennett and Marquand Manuel, both excellent leaders, would be able to assist the linebackers and outside corners in coverage if necessary. Manuel, being a defensive coach now, would be able to lead the defense if necessary. Our defensive line, anchored on the outside by two older Gator legends, Forest K. Ferguson and Dale Van Sickel. Ferguson, being an Army officer after his playing career was over, is another player on the team with excellent leadership and discipline; Van Sickel, being a Hollywood stuntman, isn’t afraid to get hurt and can probably sell the hell out of a questionable hold. Anchoring the interior offensive line is the 330+ pound Gerard Warren, who would almost surely require a double team by the CRH interior offensive line, making it easier for Van Sickel, Ferguson, William Gaines, or a blitzing linebacker to the get the stop.
Because this is a big matchup and Caught Red Hernandez is coached by Bob Stoops, there will also likely be an appearance from “Big Game Bob”, making it easier for TebowTime to come out on top.
As we have probably the greatest offensive and defensive players (Tebow and Marshall) to ever suit up for Florida, plus the rest of our roster including quite a few legendary Gator players , I believe that TebowTime would be able to easily defeat Caught Red Hernandez. Also, besides picking players that excelled on the football field, we also tried to pick players that lived up to “The Gator Standard” of leadership and success off the field, with a few being award the Fergie Ferguson award and being successful in the classroom.
Also, our mascot, thehammerking, is definitely better than Zlat and can definitely beat him up.
Defense - Depth Chart
Defense Depth Chart
Urban Meyer famously ran the Spread Option Offense while at UF and won 2 National Championships in his time here. It is our belief as the Front Office that based off of Meyer’s success over his career he should have no issues beating the defense he’s been presented with.
At his disposal he has Quarterback Chris Leak, who Coach Meyer won an SEC and National Championship with in 2006. He also has what we believe to be one of the strongest offensive lines in the history of Florida Football, anchored by Trent Brown and 2 members of The Great Wall. In addition to these pieces on the line of scrimmage we have former 5 star tackle Martez Ivey who was a solid player in his UF career and Jeff Mitchellwhose resume and impact of UF’s 1996 National Championship season cannot be understated. Running behind this stellar offensive line is UF’s All Time Leading Rusher Eric Rhett. In his UF career Rhett racked up 34 touchdowns and 4,163 rushing yards, as well as 1,230 receiving yards which would make him the type of versatile and explosive back perfect for an Urban Meyer offense.
Our game plan on offense is to feed Eric Rhett early and often, and while McGrew and Alex Brown are good run defenders we think that we can run the football right at David Galloway and there would be little he could do about it. Galloway was considered to be much more of a pass rusher and is very light for a defensive linemen, weighing in at 225. We think that by spreading out “The 908 Groups” linebackers we can play the numbers game all up and down the field. Open running lanes will give Eric Rhett the opportunity to hit holes and use his break away speed to get deep into the secondary of the 908 Group and force their defensive backs to tackle him in space, which is no easy feat considering that even if they’re able to get their hands on Rhett bringing him down is no easy task..
When the defense for the 908 Group started cheat up we have full confidence that our receiving core which features Dallas Baker the Touchdown Maker, Ricky Nattiel who is one of the most heartwarming success stories in UF history and former 5 star wide receiver Trevon Grimes who is an explosive athlete with great size. Another deadly option is a swing pass out to Ciatrick “C4” Faison who can outrun anyone on the field. With Urban calling the plays we don’t see a scenario in which the opposing defense can consistently stop our offense.
Stopping a Steve Spurrier led offense with Will Grier at the helm will be no easy accomplishment. Fortunately for us our pass defense is among the strongest you’ll see, our secondary has 36 interceptions between them. Former All American Kewaiin Ratliff’s success as a defensive back is well known to anyone who follows Florida Football. Major Wright is one of the most intimidating safeties in the history of Florida Football, Teako Brown helped UF win a Natty in 1996 with his play at Strong Safety and Purifoy earned All SEC Honors before going to the NFL.
Our linebackers are some of the most athletic you’ll find and should have no issue moving sideline to sideline to help cover the pass, as well as filling their gaps in a run defense that features Kevin Carter who was an All American defensive end and played 14 seasons in the NFL, Jon Bullard who is currently a member of the Chicago Bears (and everyone knows the strength of that team is the defensive line and linebackers) and Jabari Zuniga who is in line to be one of the next great defensive linemen to come out of UF. These linemen, as well as Aex McCallister at the Buck, will have no problem getting through their line (who only has 1 All American among them) and consistently hurrying Grier. When given time at West Virginia (and UF before being suspended for PEDS, then leaving the program) Grier was a good passer, but when hurried he was much more mistake prone and often held onto the football too long which resulted in sacks or errant passes where our defensive backs will thrive and add to their combined 36 career interceptions. We also never got to see how Grier fared against an elite college defense, as his time in the SEC was very limited before he jumped ship for the Big 12.
We feel like the 908 Group will attempt to attack us through the air early and often, as their rushing attack is nothing to write home about. And while their passing attack seems to be a legitimate threat we feel that it’s a method of offense that is unsustainable with the pass rush that Grier will be facing.
Let’s also not forget, our mascot is THE ONE, THE ONLY u/FloridaGators because we are the only team worthy of being sponsored by the team’s official reddit account. If that doesn’t say Florida Gators champion we aren’t sure what does.
Defense - Depth Chart
OFFENSE Reidel Anthony, Jacquez Green and Jack Jackson were ALL-American’s and ALL-SEC WR’s. Not just good receivers, GREATreceivers and they are all on my team under the leadership of Steven Orr Spurrier. Each one of them is a game breaker. Do you have 3 lockdown corners to stop all of these guys? No? Well it’s going to be a long game for you.
Neal Anderson at RB still holds 3rd place all time on the Florida Gator’s rushing list. Along with the 3 aforementioned WR’s spreading the field this stud RB will show you why he was a 4x pro bowler in the NFL. You can’t crowd the line and anticipate the run to stop Anderson because my receivers will kill you on the back end. Choose your death.
Flex: Kadarius Toney - Go ahead and focus all your attention on the 3 ALL-American WR’s or the 3rd leading rusher in Florida History. If you ignore Toney he will find the open field and gash you. HE will severely punish you with his electric speed. Spurrier will find many ways to get him the ball. While the top 3 WR’s are running vertical every play, Mr. Toney will peal off into open space underneath and kill any hopes you had of a nice game. Who’s going to cover him? One of the LB’s on the field built to stop the run? SMH.
The offense runs through QB Will Grier. How good is Will Grier? I’m glad you asked. His career Passing Efficiency rating of 165.2 is 9th ALL TIME in the NCAA. ALL TIME. To put that into perspective: Danny Wuerffel is 11th all time and the team we’re playing with Chris Leak at QB, he’s not bad but he isn’t that good either coming in at 186th. (you read that correctly)
Sure we all wanted Tebow or Cam or Weurffel at QB but since we didn’t have the chance, I implore you to ignore your heart and look at the stats. Grier is a top tier College QB and Spurrier as his Head Coach and the personnel around him make him a great choice to lead our team.
The OL-is also a collection of All-SEC lineman. There are no holes on this team.
Mo Collins:1st rounder of the NFL Draft. Zach Piller: First team All-SEC, 3rd round pick. Cal Dixon: 2x All-SEC Center and 2nd team All-American, and he won The Jacob’s Blocking Trophy. Phil Tratwein: 2x All-SEC. Dan Fike: 2nd team All-SEC and played in the NFL for 10 seasons.
DEFENSE A very well rounded unit with Super Stars at all 3 levels.
Defense Front 7: (SEE BELOW) I hope you’re sitting down
All-Time FLORIDA GATOR Career SACK records
1. Alex Brown: 33 sacks 2. Alonzo Johnson: 27 sacks 3. Huey Richardson: 26.5 sacks 4. Clifford Chalrton: 25 sacks 5. David Galloway: 21 sacks
We own the top 4 career sack leaders in Florida Gator History! OUR FRONT 7 has 5 guys on the top 7 list!!! Does anyone else even have 2 of the top 10? Where is Wilber Marshall? Oh 5th.. He’s great but apparently I have 4 who were better sackers.. It’s also not all about sacks either. These guys are tremendous athletes who are also making tackles for losses. They are playmakers all over the field. Huey Richardson at BUCK: is a 6’5 238lbFirst Round draft pick.. WHAT?!
What about the secondary? They can’t be as good as the front 7, can they?
YES THEY CAN homie! Name the consensus top CB to come through DBU: Joe Haden. Yup, he’s ours. Joe Haden is the premier lock down corner. Ryan Smith is the other corner and he was brought over from Utah and all he did was lead the nation in INT’s his only year with the mighty Gators. In fact, Ryan Smith’s 8 picks for a single season are 2nd all time and he’s my legit #2 corner.
Safety’s Are you ready for this?
Who is the ONLY Defensive Back in FLORIDA GATOR History to win the JIM THORPE AWARD, recognizing the best defensive back in college football?
LAWRENCE “MOTHERFUCKING” WRIGHT. Out of all the DB’s that have come out of DBU only one has won this award and he anchors our last line of defense. With his devastating skills he is both safety, linebacker and KILLING MACHINE!
Tony Lilly will be manning the other safety position. First team All-SEC and Second Team All American who was a 3rd round draft pick in the NFL.
About our matchup:
Our opponent has Chris Leak at QB throwing to Dallas Baker, Ricky Nattiel and Trevon Grimes. Listen, I’m 100% Gator but these guys are just average. Ricky is good but I do have Joe Haden to shut that down. Grimes and Baker? Well, they aren’t all time greats we can all agree on that.
What about Errict Rhett? I’m glad you asked.. Well the Codebreakers made a fatal flaw designing their offense. Rhett is great… No doubt but WHO IS GOING TO BLOCK FOR HIM? Where is the Fullback? Where is the Blocking TE? Oh he doesn’t have those!!! He has 3 WR’s and a second RB. So, I bring Lawrence Wright into the box and we outnumber his blockers easily. Leak isn’t running and if Leak passes, he better hurry up, we’ve already discussed my prolific SACK EXCHANGE. But does it even matter if none of his WR’s are open?? He had the chance to choose some of the best players in history and Dallas Baker and Trevon Grimes are his 2 WR’s? um… ok..
IN CONCLUSION This game is a complete mismatch and it does NOT favor Codebreakers at all. My offense led by Spurrier has all the weapons to dominate and the Defense is just as prolific. Stats and scheme back this up. Urban Meyer is a great coach but remember when he just had Leak and no Tebow? That team went to the Gator Bowl to play Iowa. Bet with your head and vote for the better team to win!
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