View Full Version : Florida Gators Dynasty: Year 1
White Boi playa
02-18-2006, 07:59 PM
Welcome To Gainsville, Florida
New Coach Found In Alex "The Great" Hennebury
Reporter: Alex, being a rookie coach, would you say there's any pressure on you?
AH: Not really. I mean, maybe a little, but not really.
Reporter: Coach this organization has had some pretty good success over the years. How do you plan to maintain that success and/or make it better?
AH: I plan to maintain the success this team has had simply by great coaching. To make it better? I plan to recruit players to fill holes that have been with this team, and try and find what flaws coaches for this team have had in the past, and try to be better.
Reporter: Coach how do you plan to utilize your great arsenal of players such as QB Chris Leak and HB DeShawn Wynn Jr?
AH: With a great guy behind center like Chris Leak, and a RB like DeShawn, it's not too hard to use em to your advantage. I plan to use them for what they're supposed to do. Win games.
Reporter: Do you think you can lead this team to the Rose Bowl?
AH: Possibly. In football, anything can happen. And of course every college football coach's dream is to win the Rose Bowl. I hope to do it (if not this year) sometime in the near future.
Reporter: How long do you think it will take to get to the Rose Bowl? And/or win it?
AH: Well, like I said, anything can happen in football. It could be this year, it could be next year, hell it might never happen at all. But I hope to win it before my coaching career is over.
Reporter: One last question for you coach. With competitors such as Matt Leinhart, and Reggie Bush, do you think any of your players have a chance at winning the Heisman this year?
AH: Absolutely. Matt and Reggie are two great guys but I think my guys have just as good of a chance to win the trophy as well.
Reporter: Thanks for your time and this interview. And good luck in your first season!
AH: Thanks! And anytime you need an interview, just give me a call!
Reporter: Will do coach. Well folks there you have it. New Florida Gators coach Alex Hennebury.
Key To The Offense:
QB Chris Leak
Key To The Defense:
CB Demetrice Webb
02-18-2006, 08:18 PM
i guess you really like blitzed chises well so do I so I am going to follow.
02-18-2006, 08:27 PM
Pretty realistic interview, responded like any coach would: with cliches, stating the known, and elaborating on the obvious all the while choosing his words carefully
White Boi playa
02-18-2006, 08:50 PM
Florida Gators Regular Season Schedule
Gators Regular Season Schedule:
Week Opponent Date Score
1 BYE N/A
2 vs. Wyoming 9/3/05
3 vs. Luoisiana Tech 9/10/05
4 vs. Tennessee 9/17/05
5 @ Kentucky 9/24/05
6 @ Alabama 10/1/05
7 vs. Mississippi St. 10/8/05
8 @ LSU 10/15/05
9 BYE N/A
10 vs. Georgia 10/29/05
11 vs. Vanderbilt 11/5/05
12 @ South Carolina 11/12/05
14 vs. FSU 11/26/05
White Boi playa
02-19-2006, 09:38 AM
i'm too lazy to post stats so week 2 vs. wyoming we won 24-66
02-19-2006, 10:18 AM
your too lazy I think this dynasty won't that good all of a sudden.
White Boi playa
02-19-2006, 10:25 AM
Florida Gators: Week 3
Regular Season Week 3, Sept. 10, 2005
Louisiana Tech @ #9 Florida Gators
Louisiana Tech So Far:
Louisiana Tech has played 2 BYE weeks in week 1 and 2. No one knows what should be expected from LAT, but everyone knows what's expected from FLA after last week's performance!
FLA TD INT Return - 78 yds. #3 - XP Att. GOOD (FLA leads 7-0) (8:00 left in 1st Quarter)
Key To The Play: After 3 consecutive completions by LA Tech, it appeared they were getting a bit cocky. As they go to the air again, Florida puts HEAVY pressure on the QB forcing the bad throw, INT, and spectacular return by CB #3 and gives the lead to Florida, 7-0. Can he do it again on the next drive? Possibly...
LAT - 15 yd TD Run - XP Att. GOOD (TIE 7-7) (6:40 left in 1st Quarter)
Key To The Drive: LA Tech kept throwing downfield and completing passes. Every time their QB beat FLA's blitz every time. Once they got in the redzone, the HB got the direct snap from center, and zoomed into the endzone. But now it's Florida's first turn on offense, and you know they'll be looking to take back the lead. But can they?
FLA - 7 yd TD run by TE # 86 - XP Att. GOOD (FLA LEAD 14-7) 3:53 left in 1st Quarter)
Ket To The Drive: In a 3rd & 18 situation, the Gators weren't very happy with their chances of scoring on the drive. Chris Leak threw a long bomb to WR #8 for the first down. One play later, the TE playing as FB got the direct snap, and ran it in for 6. Now it's up to the Gators' defense to come out and keep the lead for their team.
LAT - 46 yd FG by K #48 (FLA lead 14-10) (2:31 left in 1st Quarter)
Key To The Drive: After a long run after a reception by LAT's TE, they got down to the Gators' 27 yd line. The Gators looked doomed from the start especially after they got called for an offsides penalty. But the Gators (with some help from the fans) were able to stop the Bulldogs on 3 straight plays, and forcing them to attempt the long FG. It didn't look like he'd nail it, but he put ALL his leg into it and got the 3 points. Now as the Gators' offense comes back out onto the field, can they repeat their last drive and get the ball in the endzone?
FLA - 6 yd TD Reception - QB #12 to HB #21 - XP Att. GOOD (FLA leads 21-10) (8:55 left in the 2nd Quarter)
Key To The Drive: After a spectacular kick return on the kickoff, the Gators planned to capitalize on their great field position. They did just that. Throwing the ball the length of the field. They were faced with yet another 3rd and long situation, and once again, completed the long bomb for the first down. The Gators ran the next to plays, and they were stuffed on the second. On 3rd and goal, QB #12 threw the ball in the endzone to HB #21. And the Bulldogs definetly aren't happy with that, so they'll be looking to get into the endzone theirselves and lessen the Gators' lead. It's up to Florida's defense to stop 'em.
LAT - 83 yd TD reception (FLA lead 17-21) (4:05 left in the 2nd Quarter)
Key To The Play: A hard blitz by the Gators led to an open Bulldog in single coverage deep down the field. That receiver? #7 CB #15 has been getting burned all day. The Gators will need to fix that before it gets too out of hand. Will the Gators stop him before he scores too much? Only time will tell.
FLA - 60 yd TD reception - QB #12 to WR #5 - XP Att. GOOD (FLA lead 17-28) (2:43 left in the 2nd Quarter)
Key To The Drive: After their worst drive of the day, the Gators were looking to make up for their lost drive, and get the ball into the endzone for their 4th TD of the game. After an imcomplete pass, QB #12 threw it deep to #5 in single converage, and he ran it in for 6.
LAT - 38 yd FG by K #48 (FLA lead 20-28) (46 sec remaining in the 2nd Quarter)
Key To The Drive: The Bulldogs were faced with a 4th and decided to just go for it. They got it, and guess who caught it. WR #7! The Gators have now allowed him over 200 yds receiving! Anyway, they were looking for the endzone after the conversion, but were stopped on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd down, which forced the 'Dogs to attempt the FG. Surely enough, he nailed it. It's now a one score game. The Gators will have to do SOMETHING about that WR in the 2nd half.
End of the 2nd Quarter - Score: LA Tech: 20 FLA:28
The Coach's Halftime Interview
Reporter: Well coach you guys have played a great game so far, thought allowing the opposing team to score, not allowing them to score enough to have the lead. Your thoughts?
AH: Our guys have been doing great out their, and those boys from Louisiana are a great bunch of kids. Hopefully we can maintain this pattern (or improve it) in the second half.
Reporter: Coach, your CB #15 was expected to be the key to the defense, AND was matched up against Lousiana's WR #7 as a Melonade Matchup, and already he has over 200 yds receiving. What's your opinion on those stats?
AH: Well I guess basically it's an upset. This was supposed to be a great matchup, and quite frankly, he's getting burned. Then again, he could just be having a bad day.
Reporter: What do you plan to change in the 2nd half that you saw wasn't working in the 1st half?
AH: Well first of all we HAVE to do something about that receiver. If we don't put the lid on him, it's gonna be a looong 2nd half. Also try and get Chris [Leak] some more time in the pocket. The rush is getting to him too quickly and it's not allowing him to get the ball off enough.
Reporter: So far you guys haven't done so well blitzing with anyone but your IMPACT LOLB #30, who has gotten to LA Tech's QB 4 times, forcing a fumble on him once, which was recovered by your Florida Gators. What do you think about that?
AH: Well he's been doing a phenomenal job out there, and for the rest of the blitz, I'm pretty dissapointed. In the second half it'll be all coverage, with the occasional blitz on short yardage situations.
Reporter: Thank you coach and good luck in the second half.
AH: No problem. And we might need that luck so thanks again.
FLA - 90 yd TD Reception from QB #12 to WR #1 - XP Att. GOOD (FLA lead 20-35) (8:20 left in 3rd Quarter)
Key To The Drive: On a 3rd and long situation after QB #12 was sacked for the 3rd time of the day, the Gators threw deep to WR #1 who made a spectacular bobbling catch, and ran the rest of the way for 6. Florida will have to keep this up if they want to maintain their lead and win.
LAT - 80 yd TD reception from QB #13 to WR #7 - XP Att. GOOD (FLA lead 27-35) (8:08 left in 3rd Quarter)
Key To The Drive: It took ONE play for LA Tech to pass the ball to WR #7 for the TD. The thing is, it was a pass that was caught about 4 yds past the line of scrimmage. That kid turned around, and ran about 76 yds for the score. Florida is gonna HAVE to do something about this guy soon.
LAT - 4 yd TD Reception - 2-Point Conversion Succesfull (TIE 35-35) (6:20 left in 3rd Quarter)
Key To The Drive: After a fumble on the kick return by Florida's CB #18, LA Tech was put in GREAT field position. It was 3rd down, Florida played great on 1st and second, but LA Tech's QB #13 found a wide open HB #28 for the first down. 2 plays later, LA Tech was in the endzone. Thiking it La Tech would run for the 2-Points, Florida was going blitz all the way. Which was just what LAT wanted them to do as they found a wide open receiver in the endzone for the 2-points. Florida CAN'T afford to make anymore mistakes like that.
FLA - 43 yd FG by K #39 (FLA lead 35-38) (5:00 left in 3rd Quarter)
Key To The Drive: After being put in a 3rd & 6 situation, the Gators once again found a way to get the first down by throwing deep. Though it looked like the Gators were endzone bound, LAT held em to a FG, which sometimes, is all you need. It is a MUST for Florida to hold LAT to a FG at the least if they want to win.
FLA - 11 yd TD Reception from QB #12 to WR #5 - XP Att. GOOD (FLA lead 35-45) (1:52 left in 3rd Quarter)
Key To The Drive: Throwing the ball. Simple as that. Florida had GREAT success throwing the ball on that drive. After what looked to be the end of the Gators' lead turned into MAJOR imporvements. After an out of bounds kickoff the Gators looked doomed. But their defense played wonderfully, even after allowing a large pick-up by LAT, they stopped em, and put them out of FG range. LAT punted the ball, an FLA had possession at their own 3. Scoring was nearly impossible. Yet the Gators faced more puberty on the offensive side of the ball, going 97 yds, all by throwing, into the endzone.
White Boi playa
02-19-2006, 09:13 PM
FLA - 40 yd FG by K #39 (FLA lead 35-48) (8:44 left in 3rd Quarter)
Key To The Drive: Yet another drive lead by QB Chris Leak who broke the school record for most passing yards in a game by one player. Congratulations Chris! Anyway, besides the many yards gained on the drive, it wasn't enough to get into the endzone this time. But they got away with a FG. Which is good enough to give Florida a 13-Point lead.
LAT - 81 yd TD Reception from QB #13 to WR #6 - XP Att. GOOD (FLA lead 42-48) (8:24 left in 4th Quarter)
Key To The Drive: After a holding penalty, the Bulldogs were pushed back 10 yards to make it 1st & 20. They then threw for a 9 yd gain to make it 3rd & 11. While CB #16 was WAY ahead of the receiver, QB #13 took advantage of it and threw the ball to his receiver, who ran it all the way for six.
FLA - 1 yd TD run by HB #21 - 2-Point Conversion Att. NO GOOD (FLA lead 42-54) (3:05 left in 4th Quarter)
Key To The Drive: Great playcalling. The Gators got into the endzone by throwing great, and running great. Unfortunately they were unable to run the ball in for the extra 2-Points. The Gators HAVE to HAVE to stop the Bulldogs on this drive, and then run the clock down.
End Of Game: LA Tech: 42 @ U Of Florida: 54
Post-Game Report and Stats coming up...
WR #7 vs. CB #15
Impact WR from Louisiana Tech plans to make an impact as him and his team go to their first game in the swamp. And you know he's not gonna hold back. It'll be up to Florida's CB #15 to shut him down. It'll be a matchup for the ages! So if you're in the Gainsville area, be sure to watch this Regional Broadcasted game and make sure to keep an eye on these two.
LG #64 vs. DT #87
It's the classic battle of strength vs. strength as the great Left Guard from LA Tech goes head to head with Florida's DT. These are the two positions that switch places; the defense turns into the offense in trying to get to the opposing team's QB, whereas the LG turns to defense in trying to protect his QB. Will Florida get the sack? Or can LA Tech's O-line -- with the help from their Left Guard -- protect their QB all the way? Tune in to find out.
White Boi playa
02-19-2006, 11:04 PM
The Coach's Post-Game Interview
Reporter: Well coach you guys had a great game and won. Your thoughts on the game?
AH: All I got to say is that LA Tech put up a helluvah fight. They played great, but we played better today.
Reporter: Coach, despite the fact that LA Tech had a better offensive game than you, and your defense didn't play their greatest, you still won. Why do you think it ended up like that?
Reporter: <Chuckles> That simple huh?
AH: <Smiles> That simple. We turned the ball over. Interceptions, fumble recoveries, etc. We had 'em, and we won.
Reporter: Well around the middle of the 3rd quarter, you guys made a MAJOR change in both your offense, and your defense. What happened?
AH: Well, I think it was playcalling, and our guys just got a lot better during that period of time. I think not calling so many blitzes and being more conservative than aggressive helped a lot too.
Reporter: LA Tech's WR #7 had a GREAT game getting over 300 yds receiving. Why was this Melonade Matchup so... well... horrible?
AH: Well. I think our CB #15 was just having a bad day. Or their WR could just be that damn good.
Reporter:One more question and then I'm gonna let you go coach. LA Tech's QB #13 broke the record for most passing yds EVER by a QB in College Football. What happened? And is it a concern to you at all?
AH: What happened? He's a greaty guy, great receivers, and he just had a great game. Am I concerned? No. Not at all. Why should I? I look at it as a learning experience on what not to do for the rest of the season.
Reporter As usual it's great to talk to you and congratulations on your 2nd straight win.
LA Tech Florida
Score: 42 54
First Downs: 33 24
Total Offense: 766 691
Rushes-YDS: 17-4 30-135
Comp-Att-TD: 41-70-4 23-48-4
Passing YDS: 762 556
Sacked: 6 4
3rd Down Conv: 7-16 (43%) 8-16 (50%)
4th Down Conv: 1-1 (100%) 0-0 (0%)
2-Point Conv: 1-1 (100%) 0-1 (0%)
Redzone-TD-FG: 3-2-0 (66%) 6-4-0 (66%)
Turnovers: 7 3
Fumbles-Lost: 5-2 3-1
Intercepted: 5 2
PR YDS: 19 6
KR YDS: 42 206
Total YDS: 827 903
Punts-Avg: 4-38.7 6-53.2
Penalties-YDS: 1-10 4-70
T.O.P: 18:49 17:11
02-20-2006, 01:43 AM
Holy sh*t .. 750 yards passing .. dude you just gave up more yards in 1 game than I've given up in like 3. lol You might want to turn those quarters down or at least run the clock .. phEw. That is nuts.
Way to come out in the 2nd Half though .. 80 yd bomb right out of the starting gate. It's a shame Webb got smoked by #7 though .. did he break 300 yds receiving? I don't doubt it if his QB launched for 750. Heh.
02-20-2006, 12:08 PM
How on earth do you sit in front of your tv for over 2 hours playing against the same team? and the worst part is you gave up over 700 yards and only managed a measly 691 yourself.
02-22-2006, 09:48 AM
This is one hell of a thread. Whoever asked how he can sit in front of a TV and play the same team for 2 hrs has got a point. But i want to know where the ambition to sit down in front of the computer and type all that stuff out. And you go way beyond where you need to, to even make these posts interesting.
Nice job, keep up the good work.
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