Saturday, April 08, 2006

Gators sophomores to return to school

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida sophomores Joakim Noah, Corey Brewer and Al Horford told the audience at their national championship celebration Friday that they plan to return to school for their junior season.

"We want to repeat," said Noah between his gapped teeth.

The Gators lose only one senior from their national championship team, forward Adrian Moss.

"We'll run the fuckin' show next year," Brewer told the crowd. "It's not about the millions in the NBA, it's about the pussy we can pull here."

Noah was named the Final Four's most outstanding player and Brewer and Horford both greatly contributed to Florida's championship run.

"Sure, we could be making some money (in the NBA) and playing a bit, but money's not an issue. Fuck, Coach Donovan's paying us right now."

Added Horford: "Really, it was an easy decision for me. To look around this wonderful campus and see so many sweet, sweet honeys who are lining up to take a just can't turn that down."

The Gators will likely be a top-five team next season if these players do, in fact, return for another year.

"You think we're lyin', fuckhead? We'll be back all right," said Noah. "Chasin' records and chasin' tail."

In other news: Brett Favre has hired a palm reader to decide his NFL future.

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