[notices Florida starts spring practice today]
Well, you knew this day was coming, and you're prepared for it. What happened last year doesn't matter now; nothing erases those losses, and the point is to focus on the future. Embrace what's new - new offensive coordinator, newly healthy players, new recruits. A new season. It can't be worse than the last one, right?
I mean, mathematically that's not true. 3-9 or 2-10 or 1-11 or 0-12 would all be worse.
Florida probably loses to Alabama and Florida State on the road. That seems like a given. Probably lose to South Carolina and LSU at home, too. And Missouri. Tennessee's a road game, and they've been recruiting like hell, so, shit, that's probably a loss. What are we up to, six already?
Georgia will beat Florida because Will Muschamp probably thinks he's required to give them our playbook as a form of alumni donation. Then we'll lose to Vanderbilt the week after that due to being beat up and distracted. Eastern Kentucky's the penultimate game on the schedule, and we all know how THAT went last year.
That just leaves the first three games of the year: home against Idaho, Eastern Michigan, and Kentucky.
Dammit, Florida's going 1-11. At least the Kentucky streak will remain intact.