Now that football season is finally upon us, fans across the country are gearing up for one of the best things about going to a game, tailgating. A tradition that has been going on for generations, tailgating is a fun and unique experience that turns going to a football game into an all-day event.
Florida expects to know what will happen with its postponed season opener in the next two days.
The Miami Dolphins have begun locking down their 2014 NFL Draft picks, signing four of their seven choices before the first rookie mini-camp practice took place on Friday afternoon.
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 Southeastern Conference and the Big Ten Conference have historically been the conferences that like to run the football the most. But the Atlantic Coast Conference is moving the football on the ground at the highest rate since 1996.
Two Florida football teams going in the opposite directions will meet Friday afternoon, but it’s not Florida and Florida State. Instead it’s an upstart Florida Atlantic University Owls team battling a moribund Florida International University Panthers team.
The Miami Hurricanes ran out to a 7-0 record, but have crashed back to earth with two straight losses. Now, the canes are heading to North Carolina to take on a Duke team that is more than ready to spring the upset on the football field. No, seriously.
Redshirt freshman quarterback Jameis Winston remains under investigation by Tallahassee Police for an alleged sexual battery that happened almost one year ago.
Florida State has mowed down every opponent that has stepped into their path this season with a deadly efficient offense and a defense that confuses quarterbacks quicker than stereo instructions.
His name is still reviled in South Florida for lying to the fans and quitting on the Miami Dolphins. But he’s revered in Alabama for taking the Tide back to the top of the college football world, but will Bama fans’ attitude towards Nick Saban be about to change?