Tuesday, October 28, 2008

How'd You Like To Bite My Ass

On our mammoth drive from New Orleans to Orlando, C-Matt and I decided to stop in Gainesville to invade Florida's campus. Having never ventured into the heart of jean short nation, we didn't really know where we were going. It just happened to be that finding Ben Hill Griffin Stadium was quite easy. So, we got to show our true thoughts abut our visit to The Swamp (see above).

Here's a picture of their bullshi-I mean, Bull Gator Plaza and the Bull Gator statue outside of the stadium and the athletic complex. The inscription under the statue said it was in honor of the 2006 national championship.

Well, this is what we thought of that:

This is just step one in the Gainesville beautification initiative.

Go Dawgs!


BFR said...

Man, you boys just rude. What if Florida was yo' mother?

Gen. Stoopnagle said...

Gainesville, Florida has about as much character as Gainesville, GA. That is to say, not much.

Nice job, gentlemen. Bring 'em through this weekend.

Ally said...

Nice work gentlemen!

alex gibbs said...

excellent. i knew something good would come from this when i got the late night text telling me you were on enemy territory!

Anonymous said...

I'm a late discover of this blog. A Dawg fan from California, my brother (Ohio State fan) and best friend (Penn State fan) and I (True Believer) made the 12 hour roadie for the ASU game. We stayed in a shitty motel, had a balst at the game, were amazed by the top notch female talent roaming the campus, and spent 7 hours broken down and waiting for the car to be repaired. Turning a 12 hour trip home into a 20 hour marathon. Which cost me $500 in repairs and a speeding ticket that came in the mail about 2 weeks ago. All that being said, my first Dawg game was awesome. As you know, anywhere from 10 - 20,000 fans in the stands sporting the Bulldog gear. It was absolutely amazing. I'll be checkign this blog often from now on. keep the faith brothers.

Go Dawgs, from cool, calm California


Man, I'd like to split a 5th of Jack with you brave gentlemen and listen to your adventures.

BulldawgJosh said...

Thank all you guys.

Nolook, that's true dedication. We are proud to have you in the Bulldawg Nation.

Albany, just tell us when!