Florida quarterback John Brantley finished the worst game of his career in the locker room. His mistakes and his injury keyed Florida State’s 21-7 victory Saturday night, the Seminoles’ first win in Gainesville since 2003.
It’s built up for 364 days a year and Saturday, the Florida State Seminoles will battle in-state rival Florida Gators for a year’s worth of bragging rights in the Sunshine State.
The once mighty Florida Gators will be looking to run their record to 6-4 on the season when they travel to Columbia to take on the 7-2 South Carolina Gamecocks.
Saturday, the Florida Gators will try to break a four-game losing streak by welcoming in the Vanderbilt Commodores to the unfriendly confines of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
Georgia coach Mark Richt took several steps toward midfield with his son draped around his neck. His players and assistant coaches were in the background, celebrating in the same end zone that caused such a stir during the Bulldogs’ last win against Florida.
Fresh off a second straight stomping at the hands of an SEC West foe, the University of Florida will try to right the ship against Auburn. But they’ll do so without their starting quarterback.
University of Florida offensive coordinator Charlie Weis has a conundrum on his hands after starting quarterback John Brantley was ruled out for Saturday’s game at LSU.
The Florida Gators prospects of heading into Baton Rouge and upsetting the number one team in the country became grimmer Monday.
The Florida Gators are looking to build off their 41-3 demolition of Florida Atlantic when they take on the University of Alabama-Birmingham Blazers Saturday evening.
No matter what vantage point Howard Schnellenberger had at Florida Field, there would have been no escaping the ugliness of this one. The Florida Atlantic Owls were outplayed every way imaginable in a 41-3 loss at No. 22 Florida on Saturday night.