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Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Anyone who thinks this
is a good picture should
not be taken seriously.
That dude at right writes like so in "Florida Today":
We also see that Urban Meyer is a smart man. Very smart. Yet, he can still be boneheaded enough to go for it on fourth-and-one at his own 44, with the score tied at 7-7, and the game only midway through the second quarter. That was dumb. Very dumb.
Here in the land of "people who understand statistics" that decision was a very good one, and one that most coaches don't have the cajones to make (let alone fourth and fifteen on your 37, like Weis E. Coyote did against MSU... that was the most foreboding sign yet that Weis knows what he's doing). Check it Romer-style. The only possible defense against solid game theory is resorting to fictional intangibles like momentum and blah blah blah, but what momentum did Tennessee gain, exactly? UF was so disheartened that they blocked a field goal attempt on the drive. But don't let that prevent you from filling your column with unsubstantiated tough-talkin' in an attempt to get it in on time.

Oh, and your construction here is annoying. Very annoying.