Dooley Noted: Gators end SEC play 6-2

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Florida Gators quarterback Kyle Trask (11) throws the ball during the annual Florida Georgia rivalry game at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Fla. Nov. 2, 2019. [Brad McClenny/The Gainesville Sun]

Pat Dooley, Gainesville Sun sports columnist, talks in this episode of the Dooley Noted Podcast about he Florida Gators win over Missouri and the stories of college football with topics like Florida having an uneven season, the bowl game talk, Derek Mason, Tua and of course Three Things. The guest in this episode is Chris Low, a senior college sports writer for ESPN.com.

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Breakdown:

0:45 An uneventful game for some fans, Lets talk Florida Missouri

6:18 Derek Dooley comments of Football Hell

9:38 This has been an uneven season for the Gators

11:23 Florida is 19-5 under Dan Mullen

16:03 The top of the rankings

17:30 Lots of movement in college football and bowl talk

20:50 Derek Mason on the hot seat at Vandy

23:35 Tua injury at Bama

26:04 Interview with Chris Low, ESPN.com college sports writer

38:30 SEC teams going bowling

40:50 Teams not going bowling

44:00 Florida basketball is looking bad, needing confidence

47: 31 Three Things

3 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you Pat for bringing Chris Low on your show. Chris is one of my all time favorite writers. Loved his insight and analysis when he was covering solely SEC. Now we don’t see his stuff as much since he’s been promoted to cover the entire nation. Again, love your show and especially the guests segment.

  2. Great show Pat! I even enjoyed your comments about the coming weekend. I’ve fantasized the way to solve the Vandy, non competitive situation, is to form a “Blue Blood League”. The problem is these teams are competitive in basketball/baseball, but this would weed out much of the chronic non-competitive nature of conferences (IE. play/pick on people your own size):

    Vandy
    Navy
    Army
    Air Force
    Tulane
    Duke
    Wake Forest
    Rice
    Boston College, etc.