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Post Death, taxes, and Chris Rainey’s return

Wednesday October 20, 2010

The rehabilitation of Chris Rainey continues:

The Gators should get a boost from the return of suspended slot receiver Chris Rainey. Rainey missed the past five games after an arrest, but has met the terms Meyer set for him to be able to play again.
“Chris Rainey is eligible to participate in the Georgia game, but I’m not saying he will,” Meyer said. “That hasn’t been determined.”

Anyone want to lay odds on how that determination will go? On the Meyer rubric of discipline, we have to guess that “eligible-to-play-but-might-not-play” is a big step forward from Rainey’s “he’s-not-off-the-team-but-he’s-not-a-part-of-the-team” status of a few weeks ago.

One Response to 'Death, taxes, and Chris Rainey’s return'

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  • Ubiquitous GA Alum

    October 20th, 2010
    4:29 pm


    Two Questions?

    1. Where does Rainey fall in the “top 1% of 1%”?

    2. Will the Gators erect a plaque with Rainey’s text message on the side of their stadium if he wins the Cocktail Party for them?

    Thanks, I’ll hang up and listen.