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.

2 Comments

  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.

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