Gone are the days of watching the Sun Belt’s dominance over the college football landscape. Because in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, SEC football is back.
The Gators will kick off their unprecedented 10-game, conference-only 2020 campaign against Ole Miss in just seven days. Here’s an analytical look at who they’ll play and how they stack up.
Students have been waiting to find out if and how they’ll watch the Gators play at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium this fall during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, that wait is over.
It was pouring down rain outside Saturday, and Gators coach Dan Mullen was inside scripting practices. The Mullens welcomed in a few neighborhood kids who were caught in the rain.
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