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Hopefully stays that way if we have weather like the UF game depth will just wilt in that heat.

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Hopefully stays that way if we have weather like the UF game depth will just wilt in that heat.

To this day, the most miserable game, temp wise, I've ever attended.  I think it was "only" 90, but not a cloud in the sky, humid af and no breeze.  And, the business savvy Gators ran out of water in the 3rd quarter.  Painful.

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Hopefully stays that way if we have weather like the UF game depth will just wilt in that heat.

To this day, the most miserable game, temp wise, I've ever attended.  I think it was "only" 90, but not a cloud in the sky, humid af and no breeze.  And, the business savvy Gators ran out of water in the 3rd quarter.  Painful.

 

When we played Alabama in Birmingham, they ran out of water at the half.  My spouse payed $4.00 for a glass of tap water and missed the entire 3rd quarter getting it.  but the heat in the swamp 1 row from the top was brutal

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Hopefully stays that way if we have weather like the UF game depth will just wilt in that heat.

To this day, the most miserable game, temp wise, I've ever attended. I think it was "only" 90, but not a cloud in the sky, humid af and no breeze. And, the business savvy Gators ran out of water in the 3rd quarter. Painful.

When we played Alabama in Birmingham, they ran out of water at the half. My spouse payed $4.00 for a glass of tap water and missed the entire 3rd quarter getting it. but the heat in the swamp 1 row from the top was brutal

Wow, that should be illegal. Huge risk to health and public safety. I guess Alabama doesn't really care that much about people.

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Hopefully stays that way if we have weather like the UF game depth will just wilt in that heat.

To this day, the most miserable game, temp wise, I've ever attended. I think it was "only" 90, but not a cloud in the sky, humid af and no breeze. And, the business savvy Gators ran out of water in the 3rd quarter. Painful.
When we played Alabama in Birmingham, they ran out of water at the half. My spouse payed $4.00 for a glass of tap water and missed the entire 3rd quarter getting it. but the heat in the swamp 1 row from the top was brutal

Wow, that should be illegal. Huge risk to health and public safety. I guess Alabama doesn't really care that much about people.

 

Not sure they don't care, but certainly didn't plan well.  On a hot day, you can make a TON of $$ from cold beverages.  

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UF game was miserable.

Under the decks dozens, hundreds, probably even thousands of people just sitting in the shade with heat exhaustion.

Is that normally how the swamp is? What a hell hole.

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Yes, that's how the swamp always feels. It's a brutal place. The humidity just sits in there and there's almost never a cooling breeze.

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Yes, that's how the swamp always feels. It's a brutal place. The humidity just sits in there and there's almost never a cooling breeze.

I have a buddy that hasn't missed a gator home game since like 2005 and he has told me repeatedly that our game there was the hottest and most miserable it has ever been. Usually when UF is playing their cupcakes at the beginning of the season, they are on local TV at 7:00, so, it's not a nooner with sun beating down like that.

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Yes, that's how the swamp always feels. It's a brutal place. The humidity just sits in there and there's almost never a cooling breeze.

I have a buddy that hasn't missed a gator home game since like 2005 and he has told me repeatedly that our game there was the hottest and most miserable it has ever been. Usually when UF is playing their cupcakes at the beginning of the season, they are on local TV at 7:00, so, it's not a nooner with sun beating down like that.

 

 

I believe that in the presser after the game, urban meyer said the same thing--that it was the hottest game ever.  I remember thinking I was like 15 feet from the sun and in the middle of a mob.  No water, so we would soak towels in the bathroom sink and wrap them around our necks to try and get a little bit cool.

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Yep, I think I had one gatorade the whole game and remember that between every play I would just put my head down and try to relax. I really think that if we could have not made stupid mistakes (playcalls) to close out the half that we would have won that game. It just felt like the team with the momentum was going to win after the guys came back out in that heat. It was an easy game to give up when things started going bad.

 

I try not to think about the Holtz New Era where my team was systematically dismantled. I can't even watch ND highlights.

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Yep, I think I had one gatorade the whole game and remember that between every play I would just put my head down and try to relax. I really think that if we could have not made stupid mistakes (playcalls) to close out the half that we would have won that game. It just felt like the team with the momentum was going to win after the guys came back out in that heat. It was an easy game to give up when things started going bad.

 

I try not to think about the Holtz New Era where my team was systematically dismantled. I can't even watch ND highlights.

 

Yep.  The beginning of the end.  Sucks to revisit that feeling.  Hopefully rock bottom is finally behind us.

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Hopefully stays that way if we have weather like the UF game depth will just wilt in that heat.

To this day, the most miserable game, temp wise, I've ever attended.  I think it was "only" 90, but not a cloud in the sky, humid af and no breeze.  And, the business savvy Gators ran out of water in the 3rd quarter.  Painful.

 

 

I'm still puzzled to this day. How in the heck do you run out of water?!?!?!

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They ran out of water at the UCF game in 2006 at the Citrus Bowl. That was a brutally hot game as well.

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