Football Bowl Subdivision
Two games does not a season make, but Florida Atlantic has been as good as it can be with interim head football coach Brian Wright at the helm as he led Florida Atlantic to a 41-7 win Saturday over Southern Miss.
If you’re a head coach hoping to get a good shot in on a weakened Southeastern Conference defense, you better hope you get your shot in this year.
Touchdown, state of Florida! And some history, too. All seven of the Sunshine State’s Football Bowl Subdivision teams played Saturday — and all of them won, with a couple of teams getting into the victory column for the first time.
Scoreboard operators across the college football world got quite a workout last Saturday. Nowhere was that more evident than at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky.
When the final seconds of the game ticked off and the Miami Hurricanes began celebrating a signature victory over the Florida Gators, the coaching staff took a few minutes to celebrate before turning to job number two…keep on winning.
The Miami Hurricanes football team will not leave the state of Florida until October 17 in the upcoming 2013 season. The Canes’ schedule was revealed Thursday by the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The Florida Gators are coming off two heart-stopping victories over Missouri and Louisiana-Lafayette in consecutive weeks. The Gators get a bit of a reprieve this week against Jacksonville State, but may be without their starting quarterback against the Gamecocks.
Jeff Driskel accounted for two touchdowns, helping No. 14 Florida beat Kentucky 38-0 Saturday and extend its winning streak to 26 in the series.
No one is under the illusion that Savannah State has any chance of victory against Florida State Saturday, but Las Vegas odds makers have put a point spread on the game that no one in history has seen before.
Twelve university presidents are the only things that stand between major college football and a historic playoff.