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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.
We may still have Rocky Top stuck in our heads after hearing it way too many times for a 31-point Florida win, and some Gators fans may still be recovering from early morning drinking (seriously, who schedules a noon football game?), but we all survived Week 4.
I’ve written in the past about how important it is for Florida to establish its running game. That’s what good football teams do, right? They have balanced offenses and play calling and they get it done on the ground and in the air. They’re multifaceted and can beat you in a variety of ways.
The Gators released their 2020 football schedule on Wednesday, and from the looks of it, UF fans can breathe a sigh of relief.
Every year, a minimum of four and maximum of eight players or contributors are enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Let’s talk about Feleipe Franks.
I flew into Los Angeles on Wednesday and I’ve been here for around six days now. It’s my first time here and I’ve hit all the typical tourist stops, but one of the coolest things I’ve seen on my trip came when I hadn’t even stepped off the plane: While descending to land at LAX, I got a perfect overhead view of the currently-under-construction Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park, the future home of the Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers.
“He’s not as disruptive as he was four years ago, but he’s still a good player.”