The Florida Gators have lived on the edge for the past two weeks. Two strong second-half performances have the Gators at 3-0 (2-0 in Southeastern Conference), but the Gators may not break a sweat on Saturday against Kentucky.
Someone always has to be first and for the Texas A&M Aggies, the first SEC opponent they will face will be the Florida Gators on Saturday. It will mark the debut of the Aggies in the SEC against one of the most successful teams in the league.
Anyone who watched the Florida Gators play last season knows that the biggest question coming into the 2012 season is who is the team’s quarterback. Unfortunately, the question still hasn’t been answered after fall camp.
The University of Florida used to be about competing for national championships, but now, a 7-6 record is good enough to earn you a contract extension.
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.
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.
The Florida Gators prospects of heading into Baton Rouge and upsetting the number one team in the country became grimmer Monday.
You have to be a pretty big Owls fan, and be willing to ignore a bunch of stats, to believe FAU will leave the Swamp victorious when they take on the Florida Gators Saturday at 7. But stranger things have happened in football, and hope springs eternal.
After the Urban Meyer-era at the University of Florida ended with an unceremonious thud, the school had to start over. So the school has tuned to first-year head coach Will Muschamp and new offensive coordinator Charlie Weis.
The University of Florida has finally released contractual details for new head football coach Will Muschamp, and it’s safe to say, he won’t need to pinch his pennies anytime soon.