Munoz Might Get Smacked

By Frenette, Gene | The Florida Times Union, September 16, 2000 | Go to article overview

Munoz Might Get Smacked


Frenette, Gene, The Florida Times Union


If Florida defensive end Alex Brown has the kind of game today against Tennessee that he had last year when he collected five quarterback sacks, forced a fumble and intercepted a pass, don't be surprised if the trash-talking Gator gets into a little smack with UT freshman offensive tackle Michael Munoz, son of Anthony, the NFL Hall of Famer. You can just see Brown glaring at Munoz with a Bob Knight-like smirk on his face and saying: "You've got a long way to go to be as good as your dad." . . . That wasn't an interview Knight conducted with ESPN after his dismissal as Indiana basketball coach. It was a denial session/resume tape for prospective future employers. . . . How many more interceptions does FSU backup quarterback Marcus Outzen have to throw on out patterns before the coaching staff puts a stop to it? The Seminole known as "Rooster" is a good kid, but as a quarterback, he's nothing to crow about.

Local organizers of Jacksonville's effort to land the 2005 Super Bowl aren't happy about The Florida Times-Union posting its preliminary proposal to the NFL on the newspaper's website because they claim it gives opposing cities insight into their game plan. Jacksonville's point man, Mike Weinstein, says if the outcome isn't favorable that "the reason we won't get the game is the Times-Union." If memory serves, the T-U wasn't exactly an insignificant player seven years ago in Jacksonville getting back into the NFL expansion race, which led to the city getting a team. Without the Jaguars, there's no Super Bowl for this city to bid on. . . . By the way, if you believe it's a coincidence that the movers and shakers waited until after passage of the Better Jacksonville Plan to inform the public about wanting to add 7,000 seats to Alltel Stadium to enhance the Super Bowl bid, then you'd probably buy a Bob Knight book on anger management tips. . . . Both Weinstein and the Jaguars say they aren't sure who's responsible for covering any potential financial shortfalls on the improvements to Alltel Stadium. Gee, why does this kind of posturing on stadium issues sound so familiar?

The NCAA has completed its interviews into the investigation of the Jacksonville University men's soccer program, but is still awaiting on more financial documents from former coach Aleks Mihailovic before it issues its formal letter of inquiry that outlines the allegations. …

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