By The Hater
Florida coach/Dawgs alum Will Muschamp talked to the Gator Club of Jacksonville Tuesday, and The Gainesville Sun reports that Muschamp vowed the Gators will end their two-game losing streak against Georgia.
The Gators will beat the Dawgs, Muschamp told his audiece, thus allaying fears they may never do it again (and that he can't do it). Maybe he meant Florida will beat Georgia in 2013. Can't be sure, though, because Muschamp didn't really say exactly when the losing streak to Florida will end but assured fans in attendance it will end at some point.
From the Sun:
“Well, it's not going to be a long winning streak, I can assure you,” Muschamp said before his speech. “We feel very comfortable. Obviously, last year, when you turn the ball over six times, you're not going to win many games. You turn it over six times and give up 17 points, you (still) put yourself in a situation where you can win the game.
“We fought through a lot of adversity we created for ourselves in the game. It just didn't work out. We turned the ball over two years ago twice inside our 20-yard line, which resulted in 14 points. So, that obviously doesn't help you win games either."
Muschamp added that the losses to Georgia and Louisville were “games that we let slip out of our hands .”
The Gators never led Georgia but Muschamp can at least make a case they had their chances in that game.
Louisvilles scored a TD 15 seconds into the Sugar Bowl and was up 33-10 before Florida scored a couple garbage touchdowns. Probably difficult for the Gators to have that game in hand when they spent the night on their butts.