Kerry/Edwards Team to Lead Gators
Gainesville, FL - In an effort to win votes, in the critical swing
state of Florida, the Kerry/Edwards team has volunteered to replace
fired coach Ron Zook for the remainder of the season.
“When I played football as a young man in Vietnam, I did not hesitate
to beat the Bulldogs and I won’t now. Floridians are tired of this
failed Zook administration. They continued to call the wrong play at
the wrong time in the wrong game. It’s time for them to come clean
with this Gator nation. ”
When asked what he would do differently, however, the senator replied
“I would have done everything differently. I would have recruited the
same players and called the same plays, but other than that I would
have done everything differently. We should not have tried to go it
alone against Mississippi State. The Zook administration has failed us.
“In fact, I actually voted to go for the two point conversion before I
voted against it.”
Problems immediately arose, however at their first practice on Monday.
When a player was hurt and taken to the hospital, offensive
coordinator John Edwards unexplainably chased the ambulance out of the
stadium. It is unclear what his motives were, but was reported as
saying “No longer will there be two Gator nations. No longer will
there be winners and losers at these football games. We will ensure
that every player is a winner.”
The coach would not lay out specific ideas about how to turn around
the season for the Gators, but ensured everyone that he “has a plan.”
He insists it involves improving the strength and conditioning program
over several years, but just recently he has voted to cut funding for
the weight lifting equipment by over 6 billion dollars. However, he’s
going to upgrade other facilities by raising ticket prices only for
those who contribute over $2000 per year. Other details of his “plan”
have not yet been revealed.
But, at least he’s not Ron Zook.