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The Gators need something to go their way after last season, but this is not a good start. Florida offensive line coach Mike Summers attempted to rally Gator football players and fans Monday by Tweeting this graphic below. However, the graphic is misspelled. I think it's "dominant," not "dominate"...
quote:

Mike Summers
@CoachMSummers
Games are won in the trenches! #Gators
1:38 PM - 24 Mar 2014
Image Link
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

Comments

8 Comments
Go gata go!
Reply28 months
Three exclamation points, hes serious!
Reply28 months
they really need a QC dept at the ole UF. Didn't they put out a croc on their media guide a few years back?
Reply28 months
They dominate so much that they dominate each other.
Reply28 months
They grindin too? I thought that was moo states thing.
Reply28 months
I think he meant "dominant."
Reply28 months
Nice catch, LEO!
Reply28 months
They just forgot a "d," the most physically dominated position.
Reply28 months
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