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Gators wary of Vanderbilt rebound: Sure, the Commodores were steamrolled by the top-ranked Tide last weekend, but Jim McElwain notes that the scores of the last two Florida-Vanderbilt games were 9-7 and 13-6. And that those were both noon kicks - as is Saturday’s meeting. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun; Ryan Young, SEC Country)
A closer look at McElwain’s record in close games: In his first 30 games with Florida, ten of them have been decided by eight points or fewer. The Gators are 9-1 in those games. (Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)
Tyrie Cleveland and Kadarius Toney replacing Antonio Callaway: In the playmaking department. (Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)
Relive last Saturday's #UFvsUK game via our @AdobeSpark Recap!— Gators Football (@GatorsFB) September 26, 2017
Link: https://t.co/L4CvKzKMSc pic.twitter.com/xwTeC4khI8
Malik Davis has arrived: The freshman running back is averaging a robust 7.5 yards per carry this fall, when including his 72-yard run against Tennessee. But even without that play, his average is 4.92 yards per carry. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)
Florida men’s golf captures Trinity Forest title: The Gators won the inaugural event by ten strokes. (Andrew Kovar, Florida Gators)
Don’t worry about Matt Corral’s commitment: Stop worrying about the five-star QB, and Gator pledge, removing “UF commit” from his Twitter account profile. Also, stop tweeting at recruits. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)
I'm glad no one heard my embarrasingly loud snorting laugh when I saw this. pic.twitter.com/hWSDw2j62O— Alligator Army (@AlligatorArmy) September 26, 2017
Meet Student Mr. Two Bits: There are two of them for the Vanderbilt game, both are fifth-year seniors and both submitted videos seeking the spot. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)
Johnny Townsend is “not a normal punter”: Brandon Powell notes that Townsend is quick, one of the strongest players on the team, and gets double teamed because he makes tackles. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)
Yeah, I posted this in a comment already but it’s worth putting up again:
When Kentucky double teams the punter all game...61 yard bomb topped off with a pancake pic.twitter.com/bG6bwdEbdP— Johnny Townsend (@johnnytownsend1) September 25, 2017
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