Urban Meyer was asked this week which college football program provides the toughest atmosphere, his
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Urban Meyer was asked this week which college football program provides the toughest atmosphere, his answer...
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“Steve Spurrier named it the Swamp I believe in the 90’s, it’s very hot. Gainesville is obviously right in the center of the state. Not a whole lot of air circulates in the center of the state of Florida, especially early in the season. It is so hot.

Only Gators get out alive, is what Steve Spurrier said. The fans, the student body is incredible. The fans are out of their damn minds. When we had that thing going, a night game in the Swamp was second to none.”
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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18 Comments
Some good fans there but it's really a shithole these days.
Reply13 months
WE have the best. But, the Swamp is right below us.
Reply13 months
DEG
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We once had the best. Not sure we do any more. Our reputation and a second to none tailgate scene helps our cause, but Tiger stadium isnt what it once was.
13 months
Urban always follows his heart.
Reply13 months
ISWYDT. Dark joke but I seent it.
13 months
Wow, what a nuts answer! Do people forget that he was the coach and won 2 national championships there?
Reply13 months
Wouldn't know. We always have to play that damn game in Jacksonville. Would love to do a home and home again. Or at least Jacksonville/Atlanta.
Reply13 months
That didn't work out very good for the dogs the last time it happened. UF 52 - 17 in Athens in 1994 and UF 52 - 14 in Gainesville in 1995.
13 months
True UFMatt but it ain't 1994-1995 anymore
13 months
shite Hole.
Reply13 months
Then next time you consider visiting, don't! You won't be missed.
13 months
It’s really a dump
Reply13 months
Same to you!
13 months
It’s a lame arse dump
Reply13 months
And to you!
13 months
Good take. Not very controversial either, the Swamp is legendary
Reply13 months
When my brother and I were there in 2011 (38-10), it didn't seem so fearsome to visitors. Seemed similar to Tuscaloosa for the same matchup the year before (31-6). But that ice cream freezer at BHG Stadium during halftime was outstanding!
Reply13 months
except when auburn comes to town
Reply13 months
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