Jameis Winston threw three touchdown passes to Kelvin Benjamin, and No. 2 Florida State moved a step closer to playing for the national championship with a 37-7 victory against rival Florida on Saturday.
Despite a rash of injuries, devastating losses including a humiliating loss to Georgia Southern; the University of Florida can still end the season on a high-note on Saturday. They just have to do what no one else has been able to do, slow down the Florida State Seminoles.
The Florida State Seminoles are used to mismatches, just look at the squad’s 80-14 demolition of Idaho last weekend. But no one could have guessed that heading into the annual Florida-Florida State matchup; the game would look like a complete mismatch.
Each season, at least one team will get decimated by the injury bug. This year it’s Florida and if there’s one thing the Gators have proven this year it’s that the backups are not anywhere near ready to be playing in the Southeastern Conference.
GAINESVILLE (AP) — Kevin Ellison ran for two touchdowns, Jerick McKinnon had a huge score late and Georgia Southern stunned Florida 26-20 Saturday in what will go down as the worst loss in school history. No lower-division […]
The Florida State Seminoles may as well be named the Steamrollers as they play out there schedule. The Noles put any distractions aside on Saturday and blew out Syracuse and that could be a trend over the Noles’ final three games of the season.
Florida coach Billy Donovan was looking for energy, and he found it from someone who didn’t have a lot to give.
The Florida Gators will fight for their proverbial bowl lives Saturday when they travel to South Carolina to face the 11th ranked Gamecocks.
The Southeastern Conference is once again dominating the Bowl Championship Series standings and hopes to get two teams into major bowls. Still, multiple teams are jockeying for prime bowl position and others are simply hoping to qualify for the postseason.
For almost 10 minutes, an obviously undermanned Florida Gators team had a pretty good handle on Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker. Dekker had two turnovers early and the Badgers looked out of sorts. Three-pointers by Dekker on consecutive possessions finally got the 20th-ranked Badgers going in their home opener, sparking a 22-10 run in the first half that helped hand No. 11 Florida a 59-53 loss Tuesday night.