POP QUIZ From the following choices, select the UF Head Basketball Coach:
POP QUIZ From the following choices, select the UF starting quarterback:
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Pops, you've topped yourself again!
"Jort" Pull Up's!!!! LMFAO!
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Whoops, forgot a few...
If Tebow and Noah had a child...
If Michael Jackson and Noah had a child...
New UF flag...
Result of the Meyer tree planting program...
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Originally posted by bobo88: Pops, you've topped yourself again!
"Jort" Pull Up's!!!! LMFAO!
Wow, Pops ... your Gator-bashing posts have been judged funny by boboclown ... that's like having a fart judged funny by third grade boys.
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Thanks Jaxbo, I meant to pin this thread back and forgot to. Now I can put Swamidum's picture in it.
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That's Swami in the black.
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The lack of retort means there is no resistance whatsoever...yep, pretty sure 64 has this one in the bag..
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This thread is great
Do you guys mind if I steal a picture for a sig?
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Originally posted by Nolesman05: This thread is great
Do you guys mind if I steal a picture for a sig?
No problem. Just try to use them in good taste.
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Depending on the pic, it might get banned if it's in your sig.
The sig rules are a little stricter than regular posting of pics.
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Here are my top 10: 1. After Jarvis “Puffy” Moss jumped up (Ganja increased his vertical by 18?) and salvaged the croc’s season against the Gamecocks by blocking a last second field goal attempt, it was revealed he to also failed a drug test during the summer as the clock ticked to zero. Guess what game he missed? The showdown between top ranked UF versus division 1AA Western Carolina. 2. Gator great, Marcus “Medicinal Puff” Thomas - a multiple drug test failure, pot and GHB. Gator fans tried to convince us all it was from the same test… then the truth came out, near the end of the season with his dismissal from the team. Moss and Thomas were both drafted by the Broncos. WTF was Shanahan thinking? 3. Baby Momma Slappin Avery Atkins. The alleged victim, Benerah Sanford, told police: She and Atkins argued Saturday on a drive to Atkins’ grandmother’s house. Atkins leaned over and punched her at least 13 times, and pushed her face against the car’s window while he conversed with relatives. Every time Sanford tried to exit the car, Atkins either punched her or stepped on the gas. When the pair finally arrived at Atkins’ home, she ran off and called the police.?Earlier this month, Atkins was found in a car in Daytona Beach with weed, gun and digital scales. To top it off, it was not his car. He had enrolled in UF in January with plans to “fight his way back to the cornerback slot.” 4. Brandon James a football player and Brandon Powell who coincidently is the basketball player who sucker punched the Vandy student in the back of the head [link], were found together in Gainesville with…. you guessed it: marijuana in the car during an undercover “buy bust”. One felony and one misdemeanor ? purchase of a controlled substance and possession of >20 grams of marijuana ? suspended indefinitely. 5. WR Riley Cooper smashed a windshield, welcome the perfect gater. And just who is Jasim Alidina? Adlina was the victim of? Freshman Riley Cooper’s flailing haymaker through his car window. While Alidina survived the incident, remarkably unscathed, neither Cooper nor the car were as lucky. Cooper was taken to the Morton Plant Hospital.
6. Florida defensive back Dorian Munroe charged with felony for removal of parking boot and placing it in his trunk. This was later ironed out as expected as UF is thin at the corner. One felony ? theft of a police metal parking boot from his car 7. At Da Club, Ronnie “The Rifleman” Wilson slaps some guy, then spits on him, then ends it by shooting at him, luckily police actually stepped in one time before he killed that guy. two felonies and one misdemeanor ? gun in a parking lot near campus ? suspended indefinitely 8. LB Dusty “Rhodes” Doe, pummels some dude (ala Channing the Chainsaw Crowder) in a Alaucha County vs. Pasco County gang fight (Reds vs. Crips style). Punishment? No suspension from Meyer. Doe to face the (Jaws intro theme) Leadership Committee. one misdemeanor ? disorderly conduct for parking garage brawl 9. The 7-Man shower Self shooting gun incident, Gator players led by Dee Webb, Andre “Bubba” Caldwell and Reggie Lewis had a $60,000 SUV loaded with improperly registered AK’s and other machine guns… and they were all drunk while shooting at apartment windows for fun. Of course initially nobody took the blame and they all said they were in the shower (together) and that the gun must have shot itself… Gators went with the deniable plausibility angle when Dee Webb shot off his arsenal saying he had already declared for the draft, so he was no longer a Gator. T10. Dallas “Bike Taker” Baker, steals a bike, but when cops questioned him, Dallas said, “heck man, I just thought the bike was ‘abandoned’”. The sophomore was issued a sworn complaint from UPD as an officer stopped Baker near Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (which is a great place to take a deuce). Baker said he was late for an appointment and picked up an abandoned bicycle. Misdemeanor!!! T10. Linebacker Taurean Charles. A UF student said Charles touched her against her will, the sworn complaint issued by the university police department said. Charles allegedly slammed her on the bed and onto a computer desk, picked her up over his head and threw her down on her roommate’s bed, according to the complaint. Charles was later dismissed from the Florida team. Who is worse? Florida or Montana? [link] Honorable Mention Nyan (Cap’n Stabbin) Boateng gets into a heated arguement with some chick, a knife fight breaks out, Nyan Dogg ends up bloodied on the floor, luckily he was still alive.
LL Does this list look better? Agent Issues Fred Taylor - Dealings with agent Tank Black Reidel Anthony - Dealings with agent Tank Black Ike Hilliard- Dealings with agent Tank Black Javon Kearse - Dealings with agent Tank Black Jacquez Green - Dealings with agent Tank Black Mike Peterson - Dealings with agent Tank Black Reggie McGrew - Dealings with agent Tank Black Johnny Rutledge - Dealings with agent Tank Black Keith Council - ?Dealings with agent Tank Black Tim Beauchamp - Dealings with agent Mike McDonald Dock Pollard - Dealings with agent Mike McDonald Mo Collins - Accepted cash from agent Tony George - Family at Holiday Inn on agents credit card Thefts Jabar Gaffney - Multi thefts of money and items Reidel Anthony - Credit card fraud Fred Taylor - Credit card fraud - some law books among other things Ron Graddy - Accessory armed Robbery, driving a getaway car Doc Pollard - Multiple - Book theft - skipping classes Jamie Richardson - Threw a deadly missile into a restaurant, aggravated battery (pool stick), credit card fraud Damian Hill - Book theft Pat Browning - DUI, Purse theft Takeo Brown - Domestic Violence (slammed pregnant girlfriend), credit card fraud Assault Derrick Corker - Domestic battery and criminal mischief Dwight Edge - Aggravated Stalking, battery Jamie Richardson - aggravated battery with a pool stick (1997) Jamie Richardson ? credit card fraud Jamie Richardson ? Discharging a deadly missile (1996) Anthony Mitchel - Misdemeanor Battery Ernie Badeaux ? Battery (1995) Ernie Badeaux ? Battery (1997) Johnie Church - Domestic Violence (assaulted wife) Elijah Williams - Sexual Battery, obstructing justice, coercing witnesses to lie Takeo Brown - Domestic Violence (slammed pregnant girlfriend), credit card fraud Tony Davis - Held girlfriend over the railing of her fourth-floor dormitory balcony and threatened to let her go Aubrey Hill - Assault women Darren Hambrick - Assault with deadly weapon Anthony Riggins - Assault with deadly weapon Willie Jackson - Attacked police officer at Gator Growl Dustin Doe - Arrested for assault and battery in parking garage 2007 Avery Atkins ? domestic assault ? kicked off team Ronnie Mathew Wilson ? Aggravated assault, simple battery DUI/Driving Pat Browning - DUI, Purse stealer, theft Ryan Kalich - DUI, crashed into an off-duty deputy Ian Skinner - 15 Days jail - multiple driving infractions Drugs Gerard Warren - Marijuana possession Ian Skinner - X Marcus Thomas - kicked off team for drug violations Jarvis Moss ? suspended for drug violations Major Parker - BB Player and Assistant coach at UF during - Busted for selling 1/2 kilo of coke to undercover officers. Guns Zach Zedalis - Gun in dorm Demetrice Webb ? Involved in shooting in residential complex Kenneth Tookes ? Involved in shooting in residential complex (shot Webb’s AK-47) Ronnie Matthew Wilson ? Display and firing of a concealed weapon Betting Kyle Morris - Betting on football Shane Matthews - Betting on football games Unknown Eugene McCaslin - 3 game rules violation John Demps ? kicked off team for traffic violations (more unknown) (this list does not include the Gaffney and Respert incidents) 1999) Derrick Corker - Arrested for domestic battery and criminal mischief. 1999) Dwight Edge - Felony Stalking. 1999) Rod Graddy - Accessory Armed Robbery. 199 Dwight Edge - Misdemeanor battery. 199 Jamie Richardson - aggravated battery. 1997) Anothny Mitchell - misdemeanor battery. 1997) Ernie Badeaux - Assualt. 1997) Elijah Williams - Sexual assualt. 1996) Jamie Richardson - Charged with throwing a deadly missile into a restaurant. 1995) Ernie Badeaux - Charged with hitting someone in the back of the head. 1995) Johnie Church - Domestic violence. 1995) Teako Brown - Aggravated battery against his girlfriend. I know a few are missing and I’m only going back to ‘97 (I only found the recent, someone else found the others, but a little more digging would turn up more). Sep 17, 1999 (Source: Orlando Sentinel) -Warren, who was arrested Jan. 7, agreed to a deferred prosecution arrangement, costing him fines and community service that had him reading to local elementary school students in the off-season. UF’s Office of Student Judicial Affairs, which rules independently of the court system, slapped Warren with a two-game suspension. July 3, 1999 (Source: Orlando Sentinel) - Coach Steve Spurrier was out of town and unavailable for comment. He has said since spring workouts that several players would be held out of early games due to violations of department or team rules as well as class attendance policies. January, 1998 (Source: Various) - Florida tight end Dwight Edge is arrested on misdemeanor battery charges. Later, coach Steve Spurrier reinstates tight end Dwight Edge for spring drills after he agreed to enter a deferred pretrial intervention program. Edge has started sparingly for the Gators. January, 1998 (Source: Sun-Sentinel [Ft. Lauderdale Fla.]) - University of Florida wide receiver Jamie Richardson was arrested and charged with aggravated battery, a second-degree felony, for his part in a fight at a downtown Gainesville nightclub. Richardson was accused of striking club employee Jonathan Harris, 22, on the back of the head several times with a closed fist, knocking Harris to the ground and striking him with a pool cue. The arrest occurred just 23 days after Richardson came off a six-month probation, stemming from a no-contest plea to misdemeanor battery charges. August, 1997 (Source: St. Petersburg Times) Anthony Mitchell, a defensive end, was charged with misdemeanor battery after he was accused of shoving another student into a dorm room wall in April. was suspended for the season opener against Southern Mississippi on Aug. 30. August, 1997 (Source: Sun-Sentinel [Ft. Lauderdale Fla.]) - Four days before the start of fall practice, defensive tackle Ernie Badeaux left the Florida team transferred to Nichols State. According to published reports, the national champion Gators kicked Badeaux off the team, allegedly for violence off the field. Badeaux had off-field problems since he arrived in Gainesville . He got off to a shaky start when he hit another student in the back of the head outside a bar. His last incident reportedly involved another case of physical abuse. February, 1997 (Source: St. Petersburg Times) - Guard Ryan Kalich, who started every game on the offensive line in 1996 pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence and faces a year of probation and six months without his driver’s license. Kalich, 20, was arrested Feb. 2 after his car collided with a car driven by an off-duty police officer. Breathalyzer tests showed his blood-alcohol level to be more than twice the legal limit. He was suspended from the season opener against Southern Mississippi . August, 1997 (Source: St. Petersburg Times) - Zach Zedalis was suspended two games for having a BB gun in his dorm room. Zedalis said the BB gun was not his, but the university’s Student Judicial Affairs Committee denied his appeal twice. March, 1997 (Source: St. Petersburg Times) - A 19-year-old UF student filed a sworn complaint of felony sexual battery against Elijah Williams. The state attorney’s office declined to press formal charges. Williams instead was charged with a misdemeanor count of obstructing an officer without violence, accusing him of lying to investigating police and encouraging witnesses to do the same. Williams pleaded no contest last month and is serving 90 days of non-reporting probation, in addition to paying court costs. Elijah Williams was suspended from the season opener. GAINESVILLE - University of Florida athlete Dwight Edge was arrested Thursday afternoon on a felony charge of aggravated stalking. Edge’s second episode of off-the-field violence prompted his immediately expulsion from school, sources said. INCIDENT ENDS GRADDY’S UF CAREER Orlando Sentinel - Published on 08/11/99 GAINESVILLE - This time, Rod Graddy didn’t need to get in trouble. Just being around it was enough to end his University of Florida football career. Graddy, a junior strong safety and the Gators’ lone full-time starter returning from last year’s defense, was kicked off UF’s team for his involvement in the aftermath of a robbery in downtown Gainesville last weekend, school sources said. February 1999 - (Source, CBS Sportline)- Former UF football players Tim Beauchamp and Dock Pollard have been named in an investigation for accepting cash from a sports agent during the past football season. The roommate of the two University of Florida football players, has been charged with illegally funneling money from a Lousiana sports agent to the athletes.Michael Joseph McDonald, 23, acted as a middleman for the agent and distributed the money to players. McDonald, of Gainesville , was charged with one felony count of unlicensed athletic agent activity. “We’re anticipating more charges” against other individuals, said policespokeswoman Sandy Badics. She could not say whether other players were involved. Florida officials said they learned about the investigation in late November, after the regular season had ended. The school suspended Beauchamp and Pollard on Dec. 28, before the Orange Bowl, for a violation of university rules. UF officials did not go public with incident until February, 10, nearly three months after the incident and a week after national signing day. A recruiter for agent William “Tank” Black, who heads operations at Professional Management Inc., (”PMI”) of Columbia , S.C. , reportedly has been accused by agents of trying to bribe a Louisiana State assistant coach into funneling a top NFL prospect to PMI. PMI represents ex-UF players Fred Taylor, Reidel Anthony, Ike Hilliard and Jacquez Green, as well as outgoing Gators Jevon Kearse, Mike Peterson, Reggie McGrew and Johnny Rutledge. January, 1999 - (Source, AP) Tight end Dwight Edge, 20, of Apopka was arrested and charged with felony aggravated stalking. University officials dismissed Edge from school soon after his arrest. A backup through most of the 1998 season, the sophomore was expected to compete for a starting position next season. According to a release from the University of Florida Police Department, Edge had been harassing and stalking a Florida student since she ended a relationship with him this past September. The release said Edge waited outside the victim’s residence, threw rocks at her window and placed harassing phone calls to her residence. Police said that on two occasions, Edge chased the victim through campus in his vehicle at speeds up to 50 mph. January, 1999 - (Source, AP) Defensive lineman Gerard Warren, 20, was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession. Warren, a redshirt freshman from Union County , had not been in legal trouble previously. His case, which is still pending, is expected to result in a fine and possible community service. Neither the school, nor Spurrier has announced whether Warren … who is expected to be a starter next season … will be penalized…. December, 1998 (Source, Florida Times Union) - Three Florida players, including senior defensive end Tim Beauchamp, were suspended for violating university policy. Pollard and Browning, who have been in and out of trouble since enrolling at UF, will not return to the team. Pollard started the first five games of the season at cornerback before being suspended for the next two because of academic problems. He missed another game later in the season for a violation of university policy. Pollard was also part of a book theft incident with former player Damian Hill, although charges against Pollard were later dropped by the state attorney. Browning had been in trouble twice at UF, once for what he claimed as taking a student’s purse as a prank, and the other for driving under the influence. August, 1998 (Source, USA Today) receiver Ian Skinner spent 15 days in county jail after a July 31 conviction for driving with a suspended license, which followed several previous arrests (4 times) on the same charge. He was also put on probation and ordered to pay fines. Skinner has not been suspended, pending possible action by the school’s Student Judicial Body. Skinner was quoted saying, “[t]he judge told me my driving record was so bad that I was looking at a year (in jail)….” Skinner said he spent part of his incarceration playing catch with toilet paper with other inmates. “But I was lucky. I told the attorneys I played football for the Gators and I had practice in a couple of weeks, and they brought it down to 15 days with probation.” August, 1998 (Source, Various) Five gators were suspended for the season opener against the Citadel. Rod Graddy and Teako Brown were suspended for the opener against the Citadel for violating the University Athletic Association’s class- attendance policy in the spring. Junior Keith Kelsey, UF’s top backup linebacker, did not travel with the team for a game. Kelsey was serving a one-game suspension for violating University Athletic Association rules. Junior RB Eugene McCaslin of Tampa , was suspended for the first three games for violating team rules. Fall, 1998 (Source, Various) Dock Pollard has been suspended three times for skipping class. January, 1998 (Source: Various) - Florida tight end Dwight Edge is arrested on misdemeanor battery charges. Later, coach Steve Spurrier reinstates tight end Dwight Edge for spring drills after he agreed to enter a deferred pretrial intervention program. Steve Spurrier took undisclosed disciplinary action during spring practice. January, 1998 (Source: Sun-Sentinel [Ft. Lauderdale Fla.]) - University of Florida wide receiver Jamie Richardson was arrested and charged with aggravated battery, a second-degree felony, for his part in a fight at a downtown Gainesville nightclub. Richardson was accused of striking club employee Jonathan Harris, 22, on the back of the head several times with a closed fist, knocking Harris to the ground and striking him with a pool cue. The arrest occurred just 23 days after Richardson came off a six-month probation, stemming from a no-contest plea to misdemeanor battery charges. November, 1997 (Source:USA Today) Football player Pat Browning was arrested on theft charges last November. Charges were dropped. . . . August, 1997 (Source: St. Petersburg Times) Anthony Mitchell, a defensive end, was charged with misdemeanor battery after he was accused of shoving another student into a dorm room wall in April. was suspended for the season opener against Southern Mississippi on Aug. 30. August, 1997 (Source: Sun-Sentinel [Ft. Lauderdale Fla.]) - Four days before the start of fall practice, defensive tackle Ernie Badeaux left the Florida team transferred to Nichols State. According to published reports, the national champion Gators kicked Badeaux off the team, allegedly for violence off the field. Badeaux had off-field problems since he arrived in Gainesville . He got off to a shaky start when he hit another student in the back of the head outside a bar. His last incident reportedly involved another case of physical abuse. February, 1997 (Source: St. Petersburg Times) - Guard Ryan Kalich, who started every game on the offensive line in 1996 pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence and faces a year of probation and six months without his driver’s license. Kalich, 20, was arrested Feb. 2 after his car collided with a car driven by an off-duty police officer.Breathalyzer tests showed his blood-alcohol level to be more than twice the legal limit. He was suspended from the season opener against Southern Mississippi . August, 1997 (Source: St. Petersburg Times) - Zach Zedalis was suspended two games for having a BB gun in his dorm room. Zedalis said the BB gun was not his, but the university’s Student Judicial Affairs Committee denied his appeal twice. March, 1997 (Source: St. Petersburg Times) - A 19-year-old UF student filed a sworn complaint of felony sexual battery against Elijah Williams. The state attorney’s office declined to press formal charges. Williams instead was charged with a misdemeanor count of obstructing an officer without violence, accusing him of lying to investigating police and encouraging witnesses to do the same. Williams pleaded no contest last month and is serving 90 days of non-reporting probation, in addition to paying court costs. Elijah Williams was suspended from the season opener. October, 1996 (Source: Various) - Mo Collins, a starting offensive tackle for then top-ranked Florida, was suspended for allegedly taking $500 in January from an individual associated with a sports agent. Collins was also held out of Saturday’s 65-0 victory over Kentucky . September, 1996 (Source: Sun-Sentinel [Ft. Lauderdale Fla.]) - Florida offensive lineman Pat Browning, a reserve guard from Tampa who had previously had off-the-field incidences, faced a charge of driving under the influence after being arrested on the morning of the Gators’ season opener. Browning ran a stop sign and then failed four field sobriety tests before failing two Breathalyzer tests, which ead .122 and .121, which is 50 percent above the legal limit of .08. September, 1995 (Source: Sun-Sentinel [Ft. Lauderdale Fla.]) - On Sept. 17, the day after UF defeated Tennessee, Jevon Kearse was cleaning his car at a service station when police approached him about the stereo being too loud. A routine check of Kearse turned up an outstanding warrant on charges of automobile theft in Sarasota County . He was handcuffed and led off to jail, where he spent the night. Kearse was released and charges were dropped. Jevon’s brother was later apprehended. Kearse was cleared of any wrongdoing. September, 1995 (Source: Sun-Sentinel [Ft. Lauderdale Fla. ]) - Ernie Badeaux serves a one-game suspension for hitting another student in the back of his head. August, 1995 (Source: Sports Illustrated) - Sports Illustrated runs an article where it described the UF football program as “a football program plagued with domestic violence problems among its players.” The article focused on the mild sentences imposed on Johnie Church and Teako Brown for domestic violence assaults. Both players were only suspended for the season opener at Houston for their alleged actions. The article read: “The Florida football program, which does not have to meet the same standards as the judicial system, suspended Church and Brown for one game?a game in which the Gators will likely be no less than a four-touchdown favorite…. That penalty is considerably lighter than the one Spurrier levied against reserves Darren Hambrick and Anthony Riggins after the two fought at a banquet last New Year’s Eve; they were dismissed from the team. Thus Florida seems to be sending the message that domestic violence isn’t even as serious as an intrasquad scuffle.” July, 1995 (Source: Sun-Sentinel [Ft. Lauderdale Fla. ])- Four University of Florida football players, including starting wide receiver Reidel Anthony and tailback Fred Taylor, were charged for fraudulent use of a credit card. The misdemeanor charges against Anthony and Taylor, both sophomores at the time, freshman wide receiver Jamie Richardson and redshirt freshman free safety Teako Brown came after a Gainesville police investigation. Had the credit-card charges totaled more than $100, it would have been a felony. The misdemeanor charge carried a maximum sentence of one year in jail and/or a $1,000 fine. The pizza orders -made over the telephone on four separate occasions with Pizza Hut, Papa John’s and Hungry Howie’s - were placed from and delivered to the UF campus, police said. July, 1995 (Source: Sun-Sentinel [Ft. Lauderdale Fla. ])- Defensive tackle Johnie Church isarrested for assaulting his wife. May, 1995 (Source: Sun-Sentinel [Ft. Lauderdale Fla. ])- Teako Brown was arrested aggravated battery against his pregnant girlfriend. Charges against Brown were dismissed after hisgirlfriend changed her account of the incident. January, 1995 (Source: Various) - In a dining room of the Superdome in New Orleans, the Gators were having a last supper on the eve of a Sugar Bowl matchup with Florida State, and Hambrick, who was seeing increasingly more time on the field, particularly in passing situations,got into a heated exchange with teammate Anthony Riggins. There was a scuffle. Then a brawl.Riggins, a seldom-used linebacker, got the worst of it and was admitted to Tulane University Medical Hospital for treatment of a deep facial gash. He would later have hours of surgery. April, 1994 (Source: St. Petersburg Times) - Running back Tony Davis was arrested for holding his girlfriend over the railing of her fourth-floor dormitory balcony and threatening to let her go;five months later he pleaded no contest to two counts of battery and was expelled from school for endangering a student’s safety. He also had an outstanding warrant in Alachua County for violation of probation, but has not been charged. Davis was placed on probation in 1993 for driving with a suspended license. April, 1994 (Source: Sports Illustrated) - According to a police report, six witnesses saw wide receiver Aubrey Hill strike a Gainesville woman in the head, knocking her to the ground. The woman in Hill’s case declined to press charges. Winter, 1989 (Source, Various) - Four football players from the University of Florida, including star-quarterback-to-be Shane Matthews, then a redshirt freshman, were suspended for betting on football games Multiple author compilation on The Ultimate Seminole Sports Site Feel free to copy and distribute to your Gator friends. The U of Felons is alive and well in Gainesville . Ian Skinner- spent 15 days in jail for driving on a suspended license… he failed two drug tests during his playing days, one for Ecstasy before he finally transferred. Zac Zedalis- suspended for having a gun in his dorm room… sent death threat letter to a Central Michigan player Ryan Kalich- arrested for driving under the influence and leaving the scene of an accident. Pat Browning- arrested for DUI… also arrested on one count of misdemeanor theft when he allegedly stole a purse at a Gainesville nightclub Dock Pollard- arrested for a felony count of aggravated battery and one count of misdemeanor battery when he hit a girl in the face with a beer bottle… was also involved with agents.. implicated in the stolen book caper with Hill and Taylor Dwight Edge- arrested and charged with felony aggravated stalking, his second violent offense in less than a year.. also arrested for battery on a fellow student. It was after the stalking incident that Spurrier added his infamous quote in Jan 1999, “I can assure all Gators that those players who cause embarrassment to our team and university will not play for us.” LOL!!! I guess he had a strange definition of what embarrassment meant considering what has happened since then. Damian Hill- arrested on two felony counts of dealing in stolen property and two misdemeanor counts of theft for stealing text books… left school mainly due to academic problems Fred Taylor- charged with one count of felony dealing in stolen property for the stolen textbooks and eventually pled down to a misdemeanor theft. Fred gave a statement to the police that he knew the bookbag and its contents were stolen when given to him by Damian Hill. His remorse for this situation as to state, “I still feel like I didn’t do nothing. I think the county just wanted the money.”, referring to the $108 fine…… Charged with misdemeanor for his role in Pizzagate, where he and several teammates found a credit card number and used it to buy pizza. Taylor and the others received no suspension from Coach Spurrier and played in several games before the judicial affairs committee stepped in and gave them a game. Before the season and the suspension, Spurrier said, “They got their sentence. It’s a secret. They are all scheduled to play. That’s all we need to tell you about it. We’ll handle it internally.” The Sarasota Herald-Tribune said trouble seems to cling to Taylor like dirt on a little boy. The LA Times said Spurrier kept saving his trouble prone back, getting him out of the administration office and back onto the field. Willie Jackson- arrested for felony battery on a law enforcement officer when he was prevented from entering the student section for Gator Growl. One officer had to be taken to the hospital for facial bruising and a shoulder injury… he was suspended for all of one game and was actually allowed to play in one game after the incident. Jaime Richardson- It only took two separate felonies before Jaime was kicked off the team. He committed a felony by throwing a deadly missile into an occupied structure and hit a person inside. It seems he was mad that he had to pay a cover charge to get into the place. His next felony was aggravated battery when he hit a guy over the head with a pool stick. He was also involved in Pizzagate and the misdemeanor from that. Teako Brown- Involved in Pizzagate and that misdemeanor… Arrested on felony aggravated battery charges after slapping his 8-month pregnant girlfriend and throwing her to the ground. Spurrier decided to play hardball on this felony and gave him a one game suspension. After Brown’s and Johnnie Mitchell’s one game suspension for their incidents, Sports Illustrated criticized Spurrier saying , “seems to be sending the message domestic violence isn’t even as serious as an intrasquad scrimmage.” Atta boy Spurs!!!! Elijah Williams- Charged with felony sexual battery, charged with misdemeanor for lying to police during the investigation. Was placed on probation by the university, however was never suspended by Spurs. Johnnie Church- arrested on a misdemeanor charge of soliciting a prostitute (could never find any suspension for this)… Arrested on battery domestic violence charges when he grabbed his wife by the neck and threw her around the bedroom, which left a bruise on her neck. He was quoted as saying, “It wasn’t any brutal violence. I know it wasn’t anything big.” Spurrier, in another get tough stance, suspended him for a game. Ernie Badeaux- Participated in a barroom brawl, in which he broke his hand. While get tough Spurrier only suspended him for one game, the university made it 6 games. He was kicked off the team for an undisclosed violation in 1997. Spurs must have swept a big one under the rug there. Reidel Anthony- involved in a misdemeanor with Pizzagate. Get tough Spurs gave no suspension. Derrick Corker- charged with battery domestic violence and criminal mischief involving a disagreement over a game of Monopoly. Corker grabbed his girlfriend by the hair and threw her to the ground. Tony Davis- arrested on felony sexual battery and aggravated assault charges. He attempted to throw a girl over a 4th floor railing of her dormitory. The next morning he returned, forced his way into her dorm room, and raped her. At the time, he had an outstanding warrant for violation of probation. He was also arrested for driving on a suspended license. He eventually left school. Aubrey Hill- arrested on domestic violence charges Lito Sheppard- Lito failed a drug test for marijuana. It seems as if failed drug tests disappear when your team could be without both starting corners and your first game is against a pass happy Marshall team. It was rumored, but never proven, that he was with Jabar when he raided the locker room. Jabar Gaffney- Part of UF’s first family of crime… perhaps one of the most notorious criminals ever at UF, but only because he was never punished by UF for his crimes. He committed two felonies when he burglarized a high school teams locker room and stole money and a watch. The situation got worse when there ultimately never any punishment for the legend dubbed “Jaburglar Gafelony”. He was “kicked off” the team, but allowed to stay on scholarship the following spring. When Spurrier unexpectedly lost two receivers to the NFL draft, Mr. Win at all Costs Spurrier had a sudden change of heart and allowed him to return to the team. However, he was off scholarship and in the doghouse. To this day, no one can tell me where he was working so he could pay for school when he wasn’t on scholarship. The alleged “doghouse” resulted in him being the 3rd string receiver by the time the season started and starting by the 3rd game. How could Spurs have been so harsh????? His scholarship was, of course, given back…. In a rather ironic twist, Gaffney beat a child that was trying to steal from him. Gaffney is the defendant in a civil suit as a result of excessive force. It seems this child, who was 14, was such a force that Gaffney, Bam Hardmon, and another player, all players on the UF football team could barely restrain him. (Riiiggghhttt…wink) Bam had to kick the child 3 times and kicked him three times so hard, it caused a stress fracture in his leg. When asked if the police should be called, Gaffney responded, “Hell no” and proceeded to try and drown the child in nearby lake. The child is alleging neurological injury from the beating….. Gaffney also started a brawl on Bourbon Street with U of M players because he couldn’t handle being called names by them. Realizing he needed every player to have any chance of beating Miami , Spurrier, Mr. Win at all Costs, suspended no one for the melee….. The funniest thing is that Jaburglar received more punishment for a throat slash gesture (1/2 game), than any of the above. (Spurrier at his finest!!!!!) Rod Graddy- driver of a get away car after two men robbed a man of a $1200 bracelet. As Timothy Taylor entered the car, he pointed a gun at two men chasing him. When pulled over, Graddy told police Taylor had thrown the gun out the window. Graddy failed two drug tests while at UF. Gerard Warren- arrested for possession of marijuana…. Taken into custody in handcuffs for his part in the brawl with UM….. you think he missed any game time for the brawl…….NO WAY baby!!!! Clint Mitchell- has failed several drug tests while at UF, the second one rumored to be for cocaine… also implicated in a sexual battery… after sitting out for most of the season, he made it back only to be suspended for the rest of the year for reasons Spurrier has kept hidden Kyle Morris- gambling on college and profession sports, testimony entered said he spent between $300 to $1500 a week gambling, and on more than one occasion included the Gators on his betting slip Shane Matthews- implicated in gambling with Morris Brady Ackerman- implicated in gambling with Morris G. Mangus- implicated in gambling with Morris Tony McCoy- charged with felony counts of sexual battery and aggravated battery Anthony Mitchell- misdemeanor battery charge Darren Hambrick/Anthony Riggins- involved in a very violent fight with each other, Hambrick used a broken glass on Riggins face, that ultimately required reconstructive surgery. Both players ended up at the hospital. Terrence Foy- unknown what his transgressions were. First hit with a one game suspension. Then he was hit with a 5 game suspension. He was then suspended for a the whole year and it was unknown if it was for another violation, or an extension of the 5 game. He left school the following spring. Based on the number of games involved for each one, it appears drugs. However, nothing could be confirmed. Players known to have been involved with agents are Ike Hilliard, Jevon Kearse, Jacquez Green, Mike Peterson, Reggie McGrew, Johnny Rutledge, Keith Council, Tim Beauchamp, Mo Collins, and Tony George There have also been a host of other players suspended, but Spurs managed to keep the reasons quiet, such as Nafis Karim, Eugene McCaslin, Travis Caroll, Kavin Walton, Mike Moten, to name a few. Bryan Savelio - Florida defensive end Bryan Savelio and his wife, Luisa, were involved in a domestic dispute. Luisa Savelio said she slapped her husband after he repeatedly called her derogatory names and he slapped her back. Florida coach Ron Zook said Savelio, who has played in all eight games and started in six, is not suspended and will play Saturday. Reid Fleming ? Clint Mitchell - During the 2001 season , Mitchell missed the first six games and the final four of the season because of campus and University Athletic Association rules. Mitchell was accused of committing sexual battery against a female UF student in July of 2001. The attack allegedly took place on 06/20/2001 in the early morning hours. Mitchell’s lawyer, Tom Edwards, claims that the incident consisted of consensual sex and the investigation is expected to take about 30 days to be completed. However, the incident appeared to be unrelated to Mitchell’s six-game suspension for the 2001 season. His attorney was quoted in the Gainesville Sun as saying, “That suspension is not a result of these allegations. He has other problems with the university. Those problems are not a result of this allegation.” He was suspended for six weeks at the beginning of his sophomore season for violating university policy. Shortly after he was reinstated, he was suspended again for another violation of university policy. Mitchell started in all 12 games he played and was considered UF’s best defensive lineman during the 2002 season. “I want to thank my parents and brother for their support the last several years,” Mitchell said. “I would also like to thank coach Ron Zook and coach Red Anderson for their support this past season. I will be forever grateful to them for helping me get back on the field.” Kennard Ellis Jr. - University of Florida defensive end Kennard Ellis Jr. was charged with drug possession after deputies found him smoking marijuana in a car. Ellis was charged late Thursday with a single felony count of possession of marijuana. He was booked, jailed and later released. Deputies spotted Ellis and a friend in a car smoking marijuana after they received a phone call about a domestic disturbance, according to the charging affidavit. Smoke was coming from a partially-open window. When a deputy patted down Ellis, she found 32.2 grams of marijuana in a plastic bag in his front pocket, according to the affidavit. No one answered the phone at Florida ’s sports information office after hours. Ellis has an unlisted phone number in Orlando . Ellis’ arrest was made public the same day Steve Spurrier announced he was resigning as Florida ’s coach. Kelvin Kight - Three members of the University of Florida football team face notices to appear in court from the University Police Department for possession of alcohol for someone under the age of 21 and violation of the open container law. According to the UPD report, Gator football players Kelvin Kight, Sylvester McGrew, and Maurice Mitchell were all given notices to appear in court concerning their charges. The alleged incident took place late Saturday night near Fraternity Row and The Springs Complex on the University of Florida campus. The UPD report states that there were four illegally parked vehicles near the Springs Complex with several people standing around the vehicles. One of the vehicles allegedly belonged to Mitchell and UPD officers found an open bottle of vodka in the car. Mitchell and Kight are starters for the Gator football team while McGrew is a reserve defensive lineman. It remains to be seen what punishment, if any, is given to the players by Gator football coach Ron Zook. Sylvester McGrew - McGrew was one of three members of the University of Florida football team that faced notices to appear in court from the University Police Department for possession of alcohol for someone under the age of 21 and violation of the open container law. According to the UPD report, Gator football players Kelvin Kight, Sylvester McGrew, and Maurice Mitchell were all given notices to appear in court concerning their charges. The alleged incident took place near Fraternity Row and The Springs Complex on the University of Florida campus. The UPD report stated that there were four illegally parked vehicles near the Springs Complex with several people standing around the vehicles. One of the vehicles allegedly belonged to Mitchell and UPD officers found an open bottle of vodka in the car. Mitchell and Kight were starters for the Gator football team while McGrew is a reserve defensive lineman. It remains to be seen what punishment, if any, is given to the players by Gator football coach Ron Zook. Maurice Mitchell - Mitchell was one of three members of the University of Florida football team that faced notices to appear in court from the University Police Department for possession of alcohol for someone under the age of 21 and violation of the open container law. According to the UPD report, Gator football players Kelvin Kight, Sylvester McGrew, and Maurice Mitchell were all given notices to appear in court concerning their charges. The alleged incident took place near Fraternity Row and The Springs Complex on the University of Florida campus. The UPD report stated that there were four illegally parked vehicles near the Springs Complex with several people standing around the vehicles. One of the vehicles allegedly belonged to Mitchell and UPD officers found an open bottle of vodka in the car. Mitchell and Kight were starters for the Gator football team while McGrew is a reserve defensive lineman. It remains to be seen what punishment, if any, is given to the players by Gator football coach Ron Zook. Sworn complaints will be filed against three University of Florida football players suspected of ripping mirrors off several cars in downtown Gainesville early Sunday morning, police said. Mitchell was one of the players charged. Each will be charged with eight misdemeanors for criminal.
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Wow, I lost my old photos due to a server change. Gotta have them up damn it!!!