Reviewing our 25 predictions for Florida's first game of the season.
Technically half right? I won't count this one.
Wrong. Which, uh, well.
Right. Biggest gimme on the board.
Right. I was worried for a while that Gilly wouldn't get to the century mark.
Wrong. Not spectacularly wrong, as Brown had four carries and Jones five, but still wrong.
Wrong. I know Andrades played, but I didn't even see him on the field.
Right. Three catches for 62 yards is good enough, I guess!
Wrong. So, so, so, so, so, so, so wrong.
Right. But I expected Bullard to beat Fowler to the field; he didn't.
Wrong. No, sir.
Wrong. Just three, well behind Jon Bostic's eight.
Right. I haven't checked the tape, but I'm comfortable in saying I'm right on this.
Wrong. Not even close.
Right. Good guess by me!
Wrong. Starting lineup on the PBP makes it look like a basic 3-4.
Right. Roberson got some help on it, of course.
Right. I have 327 yards over 79 plays, which is 4.14 yards per play.
Right. Maybe the second-easiest proposition on the board.
Wrong. Hahahahaha no. This was the closest season-opening win of Florida's 23-year streak.
Wrong. I clearly meant to write fourth.
So how did I do? I got 11 right, and 14 wrong. That's a fantastic 44 percent success rate that I hope to improve on by stacking the deck with easier predictions as I go forward.
This Week: 11-for-25, 44 percent.
Season To Date: 11-for-25, 44 percent.