National College Football
The Gators play late. That means you have all of today to survey the rest of the field.
The beloved NCAA Football series is returning as College Football, though when and exactly how remain unknown.
A day full of college football to conclude a season of it probably won’t feel like such a guilty pleasure in a year.
Stop squinting and see bowl season for what it is: A series of glorified made-for-TV exhibitions.
Baby in tow and pandemic raging, the multi-talented Florida alumna continues her rise,
College sports came up against a foe much more formidable in 2020. It surrendered, time and again. But so did fans.
The presumptive starting QB of a Playoff contender saw the risks of this season and stepped away. He won’t be alone.
Does a summer spent kicking the can down the road and passing the buck instill any confidence?
One of the Gators’ newer rivals has a new flag to fly forever. Does that threaten Florida’s turf?
A day chock-full of big bowls features SEC powers Alabama and Georgia, among other top teams.
College football’s top teams hit the field in Atlanta and Glendale today.
Florida’s last coach leads his new team into action on the first big day of bowl season.
What should you watch before Florida-FSU?
Florida’s third bye week should maybe be spent not watching football.
The school out west actually pulled the trigger on cutting ties with perhaps its worst coach ever.
Florida and Georgia are playing the day’s marquee game. Is there any intrigue beyond it?
With the rising tide on the horizon, Indianapolis waves a white flag.
The Gators are off. We won’t blame you if you are, too.
The Gators play early, and there’s not that much to recommend the later windows.
Florida-LSU is just the cherry on top of a great day of action.
The Gators will see the poll’s No. 5 team in Baton Rouge.
Gainesville is the epicenter of the college football universe this week. And there isn’t that much compelling going on elsewhere.
The Gators’ recent luck when GameDay has come to their city of play isn’t so great, though.
Because, uh, this might be a day for mowing the lawn...
Georgia hosting Notre Dame caps a day with a few big games.
Clemson-Syracuse? Alabama-South Carolina? Nah: This week, it’s Disney and AT&T.
Buffet: Injury updates on Henderson, Toney; men’s basketball SEC schedule; Florida-Tennessee set for noon
The Gators’ two No. 1s should be back on the field sooner than some feared.
A showdown between top-10 teams in the Lone Star State is the day’s biggest game.
The Gators’ close win over Miami didn’t do much to impress voters ... outside the Florida fan base, anyway.