To The Gators: Watch Out For Goons & Lures This Saturday!

Alan BraunsteinContributor ISeptember 17, 2009

If there's one thing about which I'm not horribly concerned it's IF the Gators will beat Tennessee on Saturday. The Vols will be crushed - physically, score-wise and mentally. Learn the words to "I Hung my Head", Vols, 'cause Rocky Top is not going to be your tune of choice on the loooooonnnnnnnnggggggg drive of shame back home to Knoxville.

But, I am concerned about something - or someone - else; Lane Kiffin. Kiffin comes from the Oakland Raiders. And, anyone who is not a fan of the Raiders - especially in the 70's and 80's - saw them as the "team to beat" AND the "team to cheat." They were the dirtiest of all the NFL teams.

My concern is - will Lane Kiffin introduce AHL Hockey-like practices of sending in "goons" to fight or incite fighting? Will Lane Kiffin look to get a rise out of key Gators to result in something comparable to Oregon v. Boise State and, thus, suspensions?

I know Coach Meyer is preparing his team for the football game on the field. I just hope he's also preparing them for the mental warfare, as well.

Keep your heads and wits about you, fellas. Do NOT stoop to the lows into which Kiffin's Krazies may attempt to lure you. Just play the game you know and crush the Vols.

 

p.s.: If I could have it my way, I'd like to see the Vols sit off the field and force Kiffin to put his mouth out on the field. It's a shame the Vols football team is going to be the pig skewered for their farmer's big mouth.

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