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Sturgis back

Discussion in 'Gator Football' started by Mr2Bits, Oct 26, 2010.

  1. Mr2Bits

    Mr2Bits Gator Fan

    I heard Sturgis will be back for the Georgia game. I've always been hard on Caleb, but I gues you dont know what you've got till it's gone. We could be sitting at 1 loss right now if we had a kicker.
  2. The Zooker

    The Zooker VIP Member

    Seems Florida has had a lot of trouble with kickers lately. I can't remember the last kicker who was absolutely clutch for a game winner. I like the kid we have coming in 2011 though (Kyle Christy is his name I think). Hopefully he will be reliable.
  3. lilChomp

    lilChomp VIP Member

    Haven't had a stud kicker since Jeff Chandler.
  4. Hoosier Dad

    Hoosier Dad Gator Fan

    Please remember, while Kyle can, and currently does, all three kicking spots for his HS, he is being brought in to replace the graduating Chas Henry. Kyle has stepped up his punting this season and currently (I believe) is leading the State of Indiana in punting average @ just over 43 yards a punt.
  5. Leakfan12

    Leakfan12 VIP Member

    If we had an offense or stopped LSU one last time. The Gators would only have one loss.
  6. DRU2012

    DRU2012 Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

    First the specific, "small" question: Don't forget that Caleb WAS a good kicker 'til he broke his back (literally!).
    Now, the more general, "big" question: If we had a functional coaching staff (not to be confused with a DYSfunctional one) running our offense we would have one loss--and THAT one might have been competitive.

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