Posted on: January 6, 2009 11:15 am
Edited on: January 7, 2009 9:29 am

Florida Gators will demolish the Sooners

As the impending BCS title game approaches, many of you are hoping for a close game, a game worthy of a national championship.  It would be nice, but I hate to be the one to inform you that this game will be an afterthought by the third quarter.  At first blush you may make a rational argument for this game being competitive but upon further inspection it will become painfully evident that Oklahoma Sooners are no match for the Florida Gators.  The speed, athleticism, mettle, coaching staff, and every other factor point to the Gators dominating this game.  I would be shocked to see a competitive game. </p>

<p>Bradford has not seen the likes of UF's imposing defense and he will have constant pressure throughout the night.  Conversely, is Oklahoma's defense athletic enough to stop the bevy of Florida players with sub 4.5 speed?  I think not.  Percy Harvin is expected to play tonight but even without him the Gators should dominate.  Urban Meyer is a crafty coach but a masterful recruiter and he has stocked his team with speed players at every position.  By no means is Oklahoma slow but Florida is exceptionally fast.  It seems as if they are on turbo mode in a nintendo game, all the freaking time.  </p>

<p>Maybe Tim Tebow is not the drop back passer Bradford is however, he has enough talent as a passer and his general athleticism far surpasses Bradford.  This is not the NFL where quarterbacks are expected to pass first and slide whe they run.  No, this is the NCAA where a quarterback like Tim Tebow has thrived such as Charlie Ward, Tommie Frazier, and Michael Vick (to name a few).  Tebow's game is adaptable and he will morph his game to what the defense gives.  Moreover, the talent level of Tebow's support staff far exceeds Bradfords.  If you were wondering whether this will be a game and which side will be victorious, wonder no more.  The Gators win hands down, book it. 

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