Screw Florida, I Quit

Do you know what it’s like to see your team lose two years in a row after reaching the Final Four?  Two excellent seasons full of promise and only to see it come to a crashing hault?  Losing to Joakim Noah and his disgusting antics on the court.  Getting crushed by the inside play of Richard and Horford.  Being proud that the Gators missed their initial shot, only to see them follow it up by stuffing the putback down all-the-while teabagging your big men?  It’s hideous.  It’s repulsive.  It’s enough to make me not want to write any more. 

I am crushed.  I am defeated.  I am hurt.  I am sulking and basking in sorrow. 

I don’t know what to do.  I don’t know what to say. 

Not once, but twice.

A mirror image of last year’s one-sided ass-kicking. 

It’s over, it’s done.  Give UCLA ten cracks at Florida, it would be a collective 100 point margin of victory for the Gators.  

I have lost all motivation.  I have lost all spirit.  My muse is gone. 

Just wanted to let you all know, because as my loyal supporters it is my duty to tell you the news. 

Thank you for being a part of my life the last few months and for allowing me to be a part of yours.  Maybe some day down the line, I’ll be able to return should something else inspire me, but for now, I have no further desire to write.  No more funny pictures of Joakim Noah, no more reasons why UCLA should win.  It’s gone, all gone.

Thank you once again.

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  • Jim Belcik

    Larry, The Buckeyes will take care of Florida getting revenge for the BCS blow out and the loss to them in Dec. So take off your UCLA cap on Monday and put the cap with the block “O” on for one night. It will make you feel better. Go Bucks, Jim Belcik

  • Gene

    Larry, like they used to say in Brooklyn, “wait until next year”. Florida will lose several players and UCLA returns most of theirs. Just maybe Arron will make one more attempt at history, since his NBA stock probably took a hit last night. Do not discount the effect that Kevin Love will have on the team, particularly on the offensive end. He will also allow the Bruins to run many fast breaks with his outlet passes. Go Bruins.