Florida Football Player Quits The Team Immediately After Losing. That’s A Bold Move

David Hookstead | Reporter

Florida football player Adarius Zabri wasted no time in cutting the cord after the Gators lost to Kentucky over the weekend.

Zabri tweeted out shortly after the game ended that he was bouncing and in search for a team that would “actually use” his “talents.”

I don’t know why, but I find this so damn funny. Imagine losing to Kentucky for the first time in over three decades, heading to the locker room, cleaning up, and then letting the world know you don’t have time to play on a losing team. I love it.

Now that I think about it, there’s a solid chance Zabri might have sent this tweet with his pads still on. The game kicked off at 7:30, and ended just shortly before he sent the tweet. He might have sent it from the tunnel walking off. I would give so much money to know what coach Dan Mullen was thinking when he saw this. (RELATEDSEC FANS DON’T LIKE TO USE FACTS WHEN DISCUSSING COLLEGE FOOTBALL)

I don’t know how this will bode for Zabri’s transfer chances. Big-time programs aren’t exactly huge on taking chances on guys who have a history of quitting after losses.

At the same time, you have to respect how the former Florida running back wasted absolutely no time before leaving. He clearly didn’t need any time to think it over. He just knew it was time to get. He’d probably just waiting for this day, and finally decided to pull the trigger. That’s a move that you have to at least respect a little bit.

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