Notes from Urban Meyer on Rainey, Georgia

By Adam Silverstein
November 4, 2009

Florida Gators head coach Urban Meyer made himself available to the media on Wednesday and touched on a few specific topics.

– Redshirt sophomore running back Chris Rainey is all set to play Saturday against the Vanderbilt Commodores “unless there is a setback” with his re-injured shoulder.

– Meyer said Georgia Bulldogs linebacker Nick Williamslate hit on senior quarterback Tim Tebow “should have been a penalty in my opinion.” He submitted tape of the incident to the Southeastern Conference for review and received an answer, though that particular answer has not been made available.


  1. ReptilesRule says:

    Good for Urban. All the rest of the country seems focused on the Brandon Spikes incident and ignoring all the UGA crap that happened in that game. I wouldn’t be surprised if that was part of UGA’s game plan from the beginning because everyone “out there” always talks about hitting Florida in the mouth as a way to beat them. I think Georgia took it a little too literally.

  2. Gatorfan33 says:

    That game was nothing as far as being dirty. If we play Bama in the SEC Championship game I have a feeling that is going to be a nasty game but don’t say anything about missed or bad calls because Kiffen is watching.