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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.
We got with Kennedi Landry, the sports editor of LSU’s student newspaper, The Daily Reveille, to ask a few questions about Saturday’s game. Here’s what she had to say about the Tigers and their chances of winning against Florida.
I wrote an article nearly three weeks ago highlighting the Florida football team’s game against Tennessee. That article started out with the phrase, “The Florida-Tennessee rivalry is the stuff of legends.”
Now seems as good a time as any to say it: I told you so.
The Dan Mullen hot takes are among us. The alligatorSports staff travels to Starkvegas this weekend to see for ourselves the alleged anti-Mullen outrage. And among all of that clanga clanga, we’ll all bare witness to some of the maroon-faced hatred.
The crowd of 100,027 fans that had packed into Neyland Stadium on Saturday night dwindled down to a sparse few.
Mick Hubert, the voice of Florida Gators radio, has been immortalized for all time with his call of Florida-Tennessee last season. You can probably hear his exasperated voice trying not to crack as he shrieks, “IT’S A TOUCHDOWN! HOOO MY!”
Sure, a win is a win.
My good friend and senior by credits, Alanis Thames, wrote in her column on Tuesday that Florida Gators quarterback Feleipe Franks doesn’t deserve all of the blame for the team’s record-breaking loss to the Kentucky Wildcats.
Take a moment to picture yourself as a starting quarterback.