NIGHT GAME. AGAINST FLORIDA STATE. IN THE SWAMP.
In this loss, though, there is ample reason to be hopeful.
Tempo will be one of the watchwords in Storrs.
Florida’s road win at Missouri was impressive, but depth made it hard for any one player to stand out — except Jonathan Greenard.
Florida dominated on defense and got just enough offense for a road win in Columbia.
Missouri — especially on the road — has been troublesome for Florida during its SEC membership.
Another poor shooting night helped make for another uncomfortably close win for the Gators.
The Gators should theoretically have no trouble disposing of Towson. But theories can be tested.
Florida’s future schedules continue to get more rigorous, while the Gators of the hardwood hope to rebound from a tough loss.
It’s okay to let the good times roll.
Another blowout of a bad team makes clear where these Gators stand — and makes the lack of action for a key backup more puzzling.
If Mike White’s most talented team can’t topple Florida State, what will?
And if not now, then when?
Florida’s QBs also managed to put up stat lines not seen in several years.
Playing a bad Vanderbilt team down to its third QB should help in that regard!
Florida might be spending much of the next decade in home-and-homes with Pac-12 teams.
The Gators remain in position to play in a New Year’s Six bowl despite their second loss.
Mike White’s program is poised for its best season yet. Starting hot would do a lot to assuage any fears.
All eyes will be on Florida’s top-tier transfer and his point guard this season.
The school out west actually pulled the trigger on cutting ties with perhaps its worst coach ever.
Florida never quite got to level pegging with Georgia. And that’s the story of this 2019 season, too.
Finally, Florida is back — with one of its greatest opportunities in recent memory.
Florida and Georgia are playing the day’s marquee game. Is there any intrigue beyond it?
Florida adds another talented pass-catcher to its 2020 class.
There haven’t been that many top-10 games between Florida and Georgia — and, arguably, none have been truly great.
With the rising tide on the horizon, Indianapolis waves a white flag.
The door is wide open to future wish-casting.
Florida came up against a national championship contender on Saturday. Its "backup" quarterback wasn’t phased in the slightest.
Florida made a go of keeping up with the newly pyrotechnic Tigers. But their own fuses were stamped on too many times.
Can the Gators spring a second straight upset?
The Gators face their newest toughest challenge yet.
The rivalry isn’t at the same fever pitch it was in 2016. But the hot tempers are clearly still where respect should be.
Just because we didn’t do these for half a season didn’t mean we forgot.
The Gators will see the poll’s No. 5 team in Baton Rouge.