MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Throughout the 2019 season, Florida struggled to run the ball.
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This may come as a surprise to some, but I’m not the sentimental type.
Since his death in 2017, it’s become a tradition for UF fans to join together and sing along to Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down” before every fourth quarter, and on Saturday, it was no different.
Florida has undergone a turbulent season in 2019.
With cold in the air and snow on the sidelines, many predicted Florida to come out pounding the ball on the ground, using the run game to penetrate the Missouri defense.
The game seemed well in hand.
Yes, the Gators won the game. And yes, the box score looks good.
JACKSONVILLE — The grills were hot, and the music was loud. The hype was real, and the excitement was high.
Dramatic endings, top-10 upsets and championship dreams busted. All Florida had to do was sit and watch.
Every road trip is the same.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Kyle Trask has been asked to do a lot this season.
The South Carolina State Fair is in Columbia this week across the street from Williams-Brice Stadium.
BATON ROUGE, La. — The game was close. Shocker. LSU won. Not too surprising. Florida’s offense kept it in the game, and the defense was the reason it lost it. Wait, what?
Like many others before Saturday, I had serious doubts about the potential of this Florida football team. Yes, it was undefeated. Yes, it had talent on both sides of the ball. But the way it won its games left a lot to be desired.
A morning of festivities led into an afternoon of football in Gainesville, surrounded by a raucous Florida crowd. College GameDay, a top-10 matchup and an SEC rivalry incited more than 90,000 fans into a frenzy, and every tackle produced a near-earthquake cheer.
A bobbled snap.
It's hard enough for a defense to stop a quarterback from beating it through the air. The defense needs to cover the receivers downfield, pressure the quarterback consistently and make the plays when the ball is in the air.
The Florida women’s basketball team held its preseason media day Thursday, and coach Cam Newbauer and the players got to share their thoughts on the offseason and the season to come. They spoke a lot on improvement from last season and had a new-found confidence. Here are three areas the team addressed for the upcoming season:
Four games in and the No. 9 Gators remain an enigma. Close calls and injuries have hampered the team through the season thus far, but it remains in playoff contention, though the schedule gets no easier.