Everything seems to point to a Tennessee triumph. Unless...
Florida’s run game continues to be dominant. But it had to be for the Gators to overcome USF.
It does not seem as fun to be Anthony Richardson as it should be.
Coming Wednesday, comments will look different.
Stricklin’s athletic department needs to be transparent and honest about exactly what happened under its watch and when. And if it cannot or will not do that, someone else should run the athletic department.
Florida’s uninspiring performance against USF suggest this may be a difficult season for the Gators.
Florida could use USF as a chance to learn — or an opportunity to work out frustrations.
USF is in a precarious spot when it comes to college football’s ever-shifting sands. Its chances of beating Florida this Saturday? Well...
Florida found itself foundering against Kentucky. Is a matchup against USF going to let the Gators get back to doing what they do best?
One week after a great showing against Utah, Florida sputtered against Kentucky. Was that all Anthony Richardson’s fault?
Florida controlled much of the first half of its SEC opener. But mistakes from an erratic Anthony Richardson allowed Kentucky to right its ship and sail straight.
Florida can add another impressive bullet point to its resume against Kentucky. Simply staying up would be impressive in its own right.
Florida will see another NFL prospect at QB in Week 2 — but it’s not clear what version of Kentucky’s Will Levis they’ll face off against.
Some Gators are unicorns. Others may be facing legal action. In conclusion, this is a world of contrasts.
The Gators didn’t do everything right against Utah. What they did do well was enough for a huge win.
And even if the Gators did nothing more this fall, that might be enough.
Anthony Richardson powered an offense that took everything it could. Amari Burney seized the game at the end.
Not knowing is fun, really. Sort of.
The Gators don’t play until tonight. But this is one of those Saturdays we wish every day would be.
You’re not gonna believe this, but Anthony Richardson is Florida’s starting quarterback in 2022.
Utah’s strength is in the trenches. But that strength didn’t always translate outside of Pac-12 play in 2021.
The biggest game of Napier’s life is on Saturday. Florida fans should hope it’s just the first of many.
Remember that this is a privilege.
It’s hard to sit and think when you can’t, uh, sit and think.
There’s a clear leading man who will be the star of the show. But who else could reside in the spotlight?
We have moved from talking season to lying season. But we can be honest about that.
Florida does not seem championship-caliber on paper. What the Gators are doing on the recruiting trail suggests that could change under Billy Napier.
He’s been saying things — interesting, telling, compelling things. But few who talk about him are really listening.