The unicorn went on a rampage last Sunday.
The greatest challenge in college football this year is matching up to Georgia’s defense. How might Florida do it?
Florida is caught between twin titans in college football — and it’s Dan Mullen’s job to figure out how to thread the needle and/or maintain his culture.
Florida’s much-scrutinized quarterback rotation isn’t changing, according to the man in charge of it. But why should he say anything else?
Anthony Richardson got his first lengthy stint as Florida’s quarterback against LSU. The numbers he led the Gators to over that span are wildly promising.
One of Florida’s recent defensive stars is coming into his own, while one great Gators kicker is still looking for another shot.
Florida found offensive excellence at Tiger Stadium behind its rising star at QB — but Counter was just about all LSU needed to counter that development.
Florida had no answers for the simple questions LSU asked of it on Saturday. Dan Mullen ought to provide simple answers to the obvious questions for his team.
Pictured above: The last Florida quarterback to win in Baton Rouge, Austin Appleby.
Florida’s two best playmakers in 2020 are now turning heads in the NFL as rookies.
After sputtering against Kentucky, Florida spun up the touchdown machine against Vanderbilt.
Florida’s cornerback depth is dwindling, but its recruiting isn’t monodirectional.
Florida changed up its personnel against Vanderbilt — barely. The more significant development? A growing gulf in performance by QB.
Florida defenders in the NFL had a week to forget. But Kadarius Toney and Freddie Swain did some memorable things.
Florida’s head man was not happy with his team.
The Swamp is going to get a bit nicer — but it is likely to shrink, too.
Florida’s going to look great and celebrate some greats against Vanderbilt.
Did Florida’s struggles to score against Kentucky seem familiar to you? That might have been because of family.
Florida did not win a football game it should have won on Saturday. So be it.
Florida did not pass its first road test.
Florida has a chance to capitalize on its promising September. The Gators need to pass their first road test to do so.
Kentucky has recently clawed back into what was a hammer-and-nail rivalry. Florida could wrest full control back in a hurry, however.
The Jaguars cast off their 2020 first-rounder. He’ll get a second chance at a fresh start in Carolina.
A close loss to the Tide was great, but Saturday’s road trip determines what Florida can be in 2021.
Sunlight is an excellent disinfectant. It would behoove Florida to behave as though it understands that truth.
Florida keeps rolling along — partly because it’s sticking to what it does best.
Newbauer resigned his position in July — after inking a contract extension in June.
A Florida quarterback threw for over 200 yards and ran for more than 100 for the first time since Tim Tebow.
The Gators may be feeling bulletproof. Tennessee might not have the firepower to shake that faith, either.