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Machen, Foley, and Muschamp held a press conference today at noon discussing the firing of Muschamp, the next two games, and the timeline and requirements for the head coaching search that starts today.

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The locker room door would swing open, another Gators player or coach would appear, grab a boxed dinner on a table near the exit, and then begin the long march across the field at Vanderbilt Stadium toward their buses.

As offensive coordinator Kurt Roper started his walk, he looked over at the group of Florida beat reporters shivering in the cool Tennessee night.

Roper then tossed a winning quote their way.

"Hey, we completed a forward pass,'' Roper quipped.

A week after passing only six times and running 60 in a blast-from-the-past upset over Georgia, the Gators altered their approach in a 34-10 victory against the Commodores.

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GatorTailgating.com is doing a series of articles on where and how to tailgate at all of the Gator Football away games. This is the fifth part of our series detailing where and what to look out for in Nashville, Tennessee. Go Gators!

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  Mon, 03 Nov 2014 23:20:59 -0500
To Hell With Georgia
  Sun, 02 Nov 2014 00:00:00 -0400
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 It's a phrase his dad taught him a long time ago. And a phrase Will Muschamp has called on more than once the past two weeks.

"Ten percent of life is what happens to you, 90 percent is how you handle it."

The eyes of a national television audience on CBS, of a frustrated Florida fan base, and of a crowded EverBank Field on Saturday watched to see how Muschamp and the Gators would handle that 90-percent part.

The 10 percent happened Oct. 18 at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Homecoming, a 29-point loss to Missouri. In the 14 days since a lot of noise echoed around Gator Nation.

Muschamp has prepared for a lot of big games during his coaching career, including a pair of national championship games, one when he was defensive coordinator at LSU and another as Texas' defensive coordinator.

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Florida-Georgia is an experience like no other. It’s a spirited mix of college tailgating, SEC rivalry at its best, and heated insults spewed between an evenly split crowd. The most creative and disarming of all insults being, “Gators wear jean shorts!” The first year I heard it, I asked a Georgia fan how it started, and he had no idea. Three years later, I’ve finally gotten to the bottom of things. So, without further delay, I give you the history of the “Gators wear jean shorts” insult.

It started back in 1997. Georgia hadn’t won a game in years, and some of their fans realized it’s hard to effectively talk trash when your team can’t back it up (take the hint, FSU). So Georgia fans, Kevin Davis and his fraternity brothers made their way to the stadium, helpless while Gators taunted and chomped at them. They worked desperately to come up with creative insults. Answering their prayers, a Gator fan strolled by wearing jean shorts, and Davis jumped on the opportunity. “Gators wear jean shorts!” he declared, and his friends began chanting the insult. They continued the chant during the game, and it caught on like wildfire. So many Dawgs were desperate to mock the defending national champs in any way they could, and they had found a way.

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GatorTailgating.com is doing a series of articles on where and how to tailgate at all of the Gator Football away games. This is the fourth part of our series detailing where and what to look out for in Jacksonville, Florida for the annual Florida-Georgia Game. Go Gators!

1. Where are the good and bad areas of town for motels to stay in the night before/after the big game?

Don’t stay in the hotels on Lane Avenue and Normandy Boulevard. They are old, run down, and trashy. Avoiding the Westside hotels altogether is a fairly good idea. Hotels over in Ponta Vedra and on Jacksonville Beach aren’t too bad, but be sure to do your research before reserving your room. There are some older hotels over on the beach too that aren’t that nice. Staying in Amelia Island (north of Jacksonville) is always really fun, but be aware that it will be packed with Georgia fans due to being north of Jacksonville.

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  Sun, 26 Oct 2014 06:50:45 -0400
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I hate Georgia with a passion, and you as a Gator fan should too. Certainly, we as Gators have our share of rivals with Tennessee, Florida State, Miami, and others; but here are ten reasons why Georgia should be at the top of your hate list:

1. If I have to hear about Lindsay Scott and "Run Lindsay Run" again, I will go off on someone in red and black. It was one play and one win back in the 80's that is completely irrelevant today. (Do you hear us talking about Bell to Nattiel every year?)

2. They consider themselves more classy than Florida fans because they dress up for the games in dress pants, button-ups, and ties. I think they look like their mom dressed them for church instead of a football game. Comfort beats looking like an over-dressed tool any day. Also, lose the red pants. They look like you stole them off the homeless clown under the Modis building. 

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  Fri, 24 Oct 2014 11:00:08 -0400
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Thanks to our friends over at Tailgating Ideas, this gem of a photo was taken at a game in Baton Rouge. Beer Pong is certainly one of the staples of a good tailgate, but who knew that 10 year olds were allowed to play? I guess that's why tailgating is so popular in Death Valley - they get 'em started early.

With a closer look, our friends at tailgating Ideas have noticed that there's actually Sprite and a water bottle on the table -so maybe it isn't as bad as it looks. But, you never know what those damn baby corn dogs will do - especially at a tailgate. 

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After Florida's embarrassing 42-13 loss to Missouri, it's getting to a point where it's not "if," but "when" head coach Will Muschamp will be fired.

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