This past offseason, as the Florida Gators continue to figure out their offensive struggles from the 2013 college football season, they hired Mike Summers away from the USC Trojans to run things on the offensive line, one of their main weaknesses last season. Well, Coach Summers wanted to send out a message on Monday as spring football continues. He wanted to send a message that the offensive line is the most dominant position on the field! The only problem is, the “dominant” part was replaced with–well, you can figure it out:
Yeah, that didn’t quite come across the way Coach Summers thought it would, especially in the world of the internet where a tiny error like that just sticks out like a sore thumb. Still, nonetheless, we get what he means, and hopefully for the Gators’ sake this upcoming season, the offensive line performs a little better on the field than the administration is at creating grammatically correct signs.