The uncertainty surrounding the Florida football team’s quarterback situation is almost as murky as Jim McElwain’s prospects of ever landing another head coaching job.
When UF quarterback Kyle Trask handed the ball off to running back Jordan Scarlett at the 45-yard line, it appeared he was going to be tackled immediately.
We at alligatorSports published an article on Monday about Florida defensive lineman Keivonnis Davis violating three terms of his pre-trial intervention agreement for his involvement in a credit card scandal during the summer of 2017.
Marco Wilson has escaped the pressure of rising expectations. No matter what the headlines read as he and fellow Florida cornerback C.J. Henderson continue to garner offseason attention, Wilson’s plans are much greater.
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