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Yeah, I saw a site last night that had it UF -10 over under 134. That is a prediction of a UF 72 UK 62 final score.
Game will be close I think.
70-60 is too close for me. Gators have spoiled me in the O this season!
Nuff said! TW called it! TG, check in with TWGator next time before the game - let him make the call!!
You kidding??? I've nailed the last four games.
... just take whatever I say and do the opposite, and you're making BANK!
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Love that if TG makes one call against the Gators we bank it that way for the rest of the season.....
Beatings will continue until morale improves
Yea TG don't call me first. It would be a lot harder for me to make a pick without knowing which way you picked first.
Haha, except this time it's actually legitimate. I've been horribly wrong on each of the past four games.
Observation today- after watching most of the big significant games this season for the Gators, when the game has high stake implications, these Gator boys take care of biz, even when playing with less than a full tank of gas ie... Will Y's (knee), Rosario (dislocated finger last night), Casey (concussion & ankle) Scottie (suspension & broken finger)), Murph (rib & migraines), Kenny (ankle) ect....
Hope this same resolve serves them well when they reach tourney time. Every game is a high stakes 1 & done event. They seem to rise to the occasion in these type situations. I really like the experience/veteran factor the Gators have this season. It's paying huge dividends so far!
Actually given that UF was at pretty full strength for Zona, KSU and at UAR until Yeguete was hurt, a case could be made that this group does well when facing a bit of adversity.
Still like you I hope to see Yeguete back in a couple or three weeks with calmed down tendonistis. That way UF could go into the tourney with an very complete and flexible team.
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