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You don’t need to be an expert to know the Gators had a better football team than Idaho. The 63-10 final score was like the tickets at Krishna lunch: more a formality than a necessity.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, Gators of all ages, step right up and play the hottest game in Gainesville!
The Gators’ recent quarterback controversy might have been solved prematurely.
It must have been tough for Feleipe Franks.
Even the touchdowns were pitiful.
Maybe it was the nerves of being on a big stage. Maybe it was a lack of in-game experience.
Superman is near-invincible. Batman is crafty.
Laura Rutledge and Tim Tebow announced SEC Nation was heading to Jacksonville to be on-site for the Gators’ matchup against Georgia. Rutledge, a UF graduate, made clear that the name of the rivalry has never been set in stone in a video posted to Twitter.
The 2018 Gators — despite what you saw on the field in the first half of their 37-27 win over Vanderbilt — are a good football team. Good football teams respond after an opponent with inferior talent goes up 18. Good football teams win consecutive ball games against ranked SEC opponents.
You probably noticed LSU quarterback Joe Burrow was deadly accurate early last Saturday against the Gators defense. His only incompletion in the first quarter came on a fade route to the corner of the end zone that floated just out of the reach of receiver Justin Jefferson. His six completions went for 78 yards and set the Tigers up with the game’s opening score.
“Feleipe Franks isn’t as good of a quarterback as Joe Burrow.”
Remember that fourth-down blitz on Saturday from safety Donovan Stiner?
Feleipe Franks makes mistakes.
Year 2 of the Cam Newbauer experience promises more of the same as far as the style of play for UF: fast pace, an active defense and, of course, attempting three-pointers at a clip that would make Steph Curry jealous.
Florida tight end R.J. Raymond was a man deep in his thoughts. He strolled silently onto the field at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee, about half an hour before any other Gators — even the special-teamers — made their way out of the locker room to get some extra catches in before the game.
There are some songs that get stuck in your head. “Baby Shark” has undergone a resurgence among nostalgia-minded millennials. Some catchy songs we inflict on ourselves by playing it ad nauseam on repeat out of a simple sense of masochism and primal aural pleasure.
The Florida Gators will kick off for the third time this season in Gainesville.
Fort Collins, Colorado, isn’t known for much. It has an earth science museum and several walking trails. It’s the birthplace of Jake Lloyd, one of the most forgettable actors in one of the most forgettable Star Wars movies.