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Will Florida’s losses be Kentucky’s Gain?

There’s something rotten in the city of Gainesville. After stealing away George Brown Jr from the Cats on Friday, two would-be Gators decided to pass on Florida and re-open their recruiting. That marks the fourth decommit in ten days for Florida and if things don’t go well this season things could get much worse. In regards to the players leaving George Brown spoke with Chad Wilson of the radio show Gridiron Studs and had this to say:

“Some people are just waiting to see what the offense looks like this year the first few games, I think we’ll be getting some big-time commitments pretty soon. That’s pretty much it with the new offensive coordinator, they just want to see how the offense works. If it goes well, we’ll have some pretty big commits coming in pretty soon.”

If it doesn’t go well? Things could be falling apart pretty quick in Florida and perhaps George Brown could be back on the market. Vince Marrow certainly doesn’t think it’s a done deal as he tweeted this after Brown’s commitment to the Gators last week:

 

All those decommits have dropped Florida down to 41st in 247sports’ composite rankings which is a few spots behind Wake Forest. Meanwhile the Cats are holding strong at 21st.  If Florida has another bad season this year then Kentucky targets could be back on the board.

Next signing day where to you thing George Brown will end up?

Article written by Andrew Cassady

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13 Comments for Will Florida’s losses be Kentucky’s Gain?



  1. ksrneverletsmepostanything
    10:05 pm July 29, 2014 Permalink

    Screw Florida and James Brown, or whatever his name is. I don’t want Floridas leftovers.



    • Tampa Satchel
      5:20 pm July 30, 2014 Permalink

      ^
      he speaks only for himself. UK would gladly take 90% of UF’s recruits.



  2. Rei
    10:22 pm July 29, 2014 Permalink

    I’m surprised Florida is sticking with Muschamp after last season. I guess they’re more delusional we were with giving Joker another chance after going 5-7.



  3. bigbluetruth
    10:22 pm July 29, 2014 Permalink

    In 2 years Florida will be trying to re-build after what this clown of a coach does to their program and I will be happy to see it, no fan base deserves it more. Think about this idiot, he hired Joker Phillips last year after the job he did at UK. Can’t believe he didn’t get fired last year so they deserve another terrible year. Want it be great to see the SEC East pre-season projections for the 2015-16 season be South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tenn, Missouri, Florida and Vandy. Then lets see the most lame looking cheer in all of college sports (THE GATOR CHOMP) when they’re going 3-9.



  4. getwithitdirectv!
    10:43 pm July 29, 2014 Permalink

    Time to end this streak. And I would love to see them have to travel to Lexington in mid-November like they used to, instead of UK going to Gainesville in September.



  5. UF stinks
    10:46 pm July 29, 2014 Permalink

    Everybody will benefit from another terrible UF season. We’ll get Brown to flip, Auburn and LSU will get the top receiver prospects in the state of Florida, and Bama will get Cece and Cowart.



    • StuckatWork
      9:12 am July 30, 2014 Permalink

      Plus, the Baker LB kid from Ohio could flip to Ohio St, possibly helping us flip Nick Connor.



  6. Gowcats
    10:59 pm July 29, 2014 Permalink

    I want to see this streak end as much as anyone else, but you do realize how many injured players UF had last year who are back this year who could change their fortunes, right? That said, after a down year like last year the Gators could be at an inflection point where one bad game could send them down the tubes. Here’s hoping, at least.



  7. Stoops troops
    11:51 pm July 29, 2014 Permalink

    End. The. Streak



  8. Bob Mugge
    11:55 pm July 29, 2014 Permalink

    I went on a UF forum last year and told them they were making a big mistake keeping Muschamp. I didn’t think he was a Florida caliber coach. He has proven me right. If he stays there long enough he’ll do to them what Kargthorpe did to Louisville. I hope he NEVER leaves. LOLOLOL



    • Brennan Huff
      12:04 am July 30, 2014 Permalink

      And yet he’ll still beat Porky the pig like he did in 2013.



    • Nick Rutberg sucks
      12:09 am July 30, 2014 Permalink

      Yet he’ll still beat Porky the pig every year



  9. Tom
    8:28 am July 30, 2014 Permalink

    What a difference a year makes.
    Wasn’t he the coach who went 11-2 in 2012?
    Oh, we forgot that.
    Florida has an athletic director, who actually has got hanger downs, that will look else where quickly.

    Wouldn’t that be nice?