you suck. and you can't understand why someone would choose fsu over uf? that to me is ridiculous, yet non surprising coming from what i have learned about you. You are clearly not, nor nowhere near being a MAN. You are just someone who is stuck in school, because "UF is just awesome". You're on your second masters? Are you going to law school even? Or do you just join these forums to talk about being a gator. LOL. You truly live up to the stereotype you guys have. Congrats on being a high ranking party school, thats rad, especially your club painted like a cow. What I truly love about being a Nole is that win or lose, we're proud, we're partying AND we're suceeding. You guys have this "new money" kind of vibe about you, and that's cool that you can act that way behind a user name. And maybe if you're lucky will have a similar confrontation in person at law school, or better yet, in a court room. Can't wait to prevail up against an almight Gator. Hahahaha.
I know now that no matter WHERE I go, I'll forever be a NOLE at heart.
1) I am absolutely the antithesis of the typical UF guy. All of the Greek letters after my name are honor societies...
2) UF wasn't my first choice for UG, so I have mixed feelings about my time there. However, I can say that no one wasted any breath on worrying about competing with FSU. It was never an issue.
3) I'm leaving a PhD program to pursue a career in environmental law, but I earned my second master's along the way.
4) You will probably end up facing a Gator in court at some point, but you'll be defending a Criminole...
I'm really just pulling your chain here, but clearly I struck a nerve. I apologize for forcing you into a defensive rationalization of your choice for UG. I think we can both agree that in general UF has superior academics, but that when it comes to law schools FSU and UF are very similar in quality. Let's just leave it at that. You're in the University of Florida Law forum after all; you may very well be a Gator/Nole after all! Good luck!
P.S. Again, no one is arguing that UF is like Harvard. It's an absurd comparison at best.