Florida's new head coach Dan Mullen Isn't Worried About Georgia Being The Next Dominant SEC Team
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Florida's new head coach Dan Mullen wasn't afraid to throw some shots at Georgia on Thursday. In an interview with Thomas Goldkamp of 247 Sports, Mullen talked about how he's not too worried about Georgia being the new dominant SEC team...

“Listen, winning one SEC Championship Game doesn’t make you a dominant program, you know what I’m saying?” “In two of the last three years, we’ve been to the SEC Championship Game. So even a blind squirrel finds a nut every once in a while.”
Feeling confident Dan, eh?

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Originally published on SECRant.com


Won the SEC. Beat the #2 team in the country in the Rose Bowl. Lost in OT in the NCG. # 1 recruiting class in 2018 and highly possible, even probable, for 2019. New coach with a new mindset & way of doing business. Yeah Dan, nothing to see here. Move along.
Reply10 days
Guess he had a mouse in his pocket, he wasn't anywhere near UF 2 of the last 3 years.
Reply11 days
How many "ships has he won as HC? Yep 0.
Reply11 days
I might be wrong but I think his squirrel and nut reference is Georgia winning conference this year. Georgia being the squirrel and the title being the nut. Because apparently he is taking credit for “them” making the sec championship game twice
Reply11 days
"Even a blind squirrel finds a nut every once in a while." Almost feel sorry for 'ol butters. Almost.
Reply11 days
Nuts on Sharks now?
Reply12 days
What is this "we" shit, Mullen was at State during that time. He had nothing to do with it.
Reply12 days
Ummmm, I hope he realizes that we won the SEC, didn't get blown about by Bama twice.
Reply12 days
Is he saying UF's last two years were lead by a blind squirrel?
Reply12 days
You been watching UF QB play?.. I think most definitely blind squirrels.
12 days
Pretty much, throwing a lot of shade at McElwain
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