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Florida Football: Dan Mullen throws shade at Georgia

To be fair, Georgia lost the last two times they went in 2011 and 2012, but for Florida to act like they own real estate at the SEC Championship is a bit rich. Another reminder, Coach Mullen–Florida lost to Georgia by a whopping 42-7 in 2017.

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GAINESVILLE, FL - NOVEMBER 27: Florida Gators head football coach Dan Mullen speaks during an introductory press conference at the Bill Heavener football complex on November 27, 2017 in Gainesville, Florida(Photo by Rob Foldy/Getty Images)South Carolina Football: Jake Bentley can take the Gamecocks far in 2018 by Andrew MillerTexas A&M Football: Grading the Aggies’ 2018 recruiting class by Connor MuldowneyFlorida GatorsFlorida Football: Dan Mullen throws shade at Georgiaby Shannon Sickmon1 day agoFollow @ShannonSickmonTweetSharexGPlusPinCommentDan Mullen is a great coach, but he might want to wait until Florida football has some results on the field before he starts talking smack off the field.New Florida head coach Dan Mullen is already talkin’ smackOn learning the news that SEC rival Georgia landed the number one recruiting class on National Signing Day, Mullen got a little snarky.In a quote to CBSSports, Mullen stated, “Listen, winning one SEC Championship Game doesn’t make you a dominant program, you know what I’m saying? In two of the last three years, we’ve been to the SEC Championship GameSo even a blind squirrel finds a nut every once in a while.”That’s pretty tough talk from a team that went 4-7 last year.I get that trash talk is part of the fun of college footballBut criminy, Mullen’s Gators haven’t even played a game yet.  And in case you have forgotten, Coach Mullen, UF got decimated in those two SEC Championship gamesTo wit, a 29-15 loss to Alabama in 2015 and a 54-16 loss to Alabama in 2016. To be fair, Georgia lost the last two times they went in 2011 and 2012, but for Florida to act like they own real estate at the SEC Championship is a bit rich.Another reminder, Coach Mullen–Florida lost to Georgia by a whopping 42-7 in 2017.  Even if by some miracle your team manages to rebound, land the recruiting class of its dreams, and become any kind of force in the SEC, you don’t come back from that in a single season.Last year, the Gators had a measly ten passing touchdowns combined from their quarterbacksThat’s pretty sad with the amount of offensive talent that team has. Lamical Perine, Jordan Scarlett, Kadarius Toney and Malik Davis are all amazing playersIn addition, a great deal of the team will be back next season after the credit-card-fraud debacleSo yes, the Gators might be pretty good in 2018.Next: Latest 2018 pre-Combine first round NFL Mock DraftGeorgia’s resurgence as a dominant power is only going to do that side of the SEC a favor.  The East has been the weaker side of the SEC for a decade, so seeing some new blood take the lead in the SEC will be great for the East and even better for the conference as a wholeMullen has a tough road ahead of him, but expectations are pretty low after last season’s messI can definitely see Florida with a top-25 scoring defense in 2018–they have the toolsMullen did it at Mississippi State, and SEC West is a much tougher division.Mullen’s Gators are going to be a better team in 2018, but it is way, way too early for Mullen to be getting all uppity.  Load Comments Top StoriesSaturday Blitz 1 w agoFlorida Football: Jacob Copeland's mother upset with commitment (Video)Sports Illustrated MLB 14h agoSecond Base Primer: Jose Altuve and a Whole Lot MoreSaturday Blitz 1 w agoFlorida Football: Top 5 remaining targets for 2018 National Signing DaySaturday Blitz 2w agoFlorida Football: How would 4-star DE Andrew Chatfield fit in new scheme?Newsletter Your Saturday BlitzYour inboxEvery Day.Build your own custom daily newsletter with updates on your favorite teams, sent directly to your inbox.Your privacy is safe with usWe’ll never pass along your email address to spammers, scammers, or the like.AboutAboutMastheadPressOpeningsSwagStay ConnectedOur 300+ SitesMobile AppsFanSided DailyGoogle NewsstandFanSided DealsContactTechnical SupportAdvertiseWriter ApplicationTipsDownload our mobile appsYour favorite teams, topics, and players all on your favorite mobile devices.

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