A lifelong fan of the Florida Gators, Boston Celtics, Cleveland Indians and Washington Redskins. Began a rooting interest for some other individuals and teams as the years went by.
A couple of things about me: I first started here at Alligator Army, Let's Go Tribe and SB Nation as a commenter in 2007 and became an editor/writer at Alligator Army in 2011. I mostly cover Gators football (with a specialty in video analysis) and the Gators' track and field programs. But like everyone else, I like to consider myself an expert at all things Florida Gators.
I also don't think there is anything wrong with the Cleveland Indians' logo, Chief Wahoo or the Washington Redskins' name. LEAVE THE LOGO AND THE NAME ALONE!
I also know that Sean Taylor is the best football player I've ever seen in my entire life. R.I.P #21
J. P. Morgan said it better than I ever could: "If you have to ask how much something costs, you can't afford it."
The Florida Gators track and field team will be honored today with one final award, this time for their 4x400 relay time.
Among other things, Chomping at Bits looks at the SEC Coaches' All-SEC team and wonders (and surprisingly agrees with a certain Orlando Sentinel reporter) whether Will Muschamp or the guy who currently coaches Ohio State had a better year.
The Florida Gators went 11-1 this year with the help of six All-SEC first team players as voted on associated press. Also, Will Muschamp was edged out for coach of the year by Texas A&M's Kevin Sumlin.
Chomping at Bits is back for Wednesday while a few links (and a video) to help you get caught up on all the latest news that we haven't covered already.
The Florida Gators offense kept their foot on the gas in the fourth quarter against the Florida State Seminoles and it paid off, big time.
The Florida Gators' offense came to life against the Florida State Seminoles on Saturday to the tune of 37 points. This is part one of how they did it.
The Florida Gators defense was the difference on Saturday, as it forced five turnovers against the Florida State Seminoles offense.
The Florida Gators dominated large parts of their game against the Florida State Seminoles on Saturday afternoon. Their 37-26 victory also keeps them alive for a BCS Bowl berth and possibly more.
The Florida Gators smashed the Florida State Seminoles, now they need some help from the USC Trojans and Sanford Cardinal.
The Florida Gators head to Tallahassee to face off against the Florida State Seminoles and the No. 1 ranked defense in the country. Are the Gators ready? We're about to find out.
Have a great Thanksgiving Day everyone! Enjoy the day off from work, hanging with family and/or friends.
Chomping at Bits takes a look at the Gators' offensive gameplan against the Seminoles and a few other things.
Part two of our look back at the Florida Gators' defensive performance against the Jacksonville State Gamecock offense.
The Florida Gators posted their second shutout of the season against the Jacksonville State Gamecocks on Saturday. Here's part one of how they accomplished that feat.
The Gators managed 356 yards of offense against Jacksonville State. Who are the worst defensive team in the FCS. Whatever.
With a defense that ranks near the bottom of the FCS, the Gamecock offense is going to have to keep up with the Gators.
The Gators' Sharrif Floyd was adopted after his tussle win the NCAA over benefits. I don't think anybody will be crying over this... yeah, right.
Jacoby Brissett relieved Jeff Driskel after the latter received an injury to his right ankle. The results were, for the most part, good.
The Florida Gators offense struggled once again, this time against the vaunted defense of the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns.
The Florida Gators and Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns trade punt blocks that result in touchdowns in the Gators' 27-20 victory.
The Florida Gators face cupcake No. 1 this Saturday in the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns. While they boast probably the best nickname in college sports, they don't bring much else to the table.
Even though the Auburn Tigers are considered by some Florida Gators fans to be a hated rival, sometimes things are different and you've gotta root for them.
We all know that the Florida Gators' offense is struggling at the moment. Could the cure be an up-tempo or a return to a quasi-spread offense?
As we talked about in part one, part two continues talking about how the defense and special teams carried the Florida Gators to their victory over the Missouri Tigers.
The defense of the Florida Gators had to once again become the difference maker against the Tigers of Missouri.
The Florida Gators rose one spot in the newest BCS standings after a 14-7 victory in The Swamp over the Missouri Tigers.
After their dismal performance against the Georgia Bulldogs last week, the Florida Gators offense exploded for two touchdowns against the vaunted Missouri Tigers defense.
Despite the fact that the Missouri Tigers don't rank in the Top 90 in any offensive category, they do have some weapons.
There wasn't much that went right for the Gators on Saturday against the Bulldogs, but with a little digging we were able to find some things.