Florida’s comeback against Kentucky was undoubtedly one of the more dramatic and enthralling in recent memory, with long-term back-up Kyle Trask leading the Gators to 19 unanswered points in the decisive fourth quarter. In the aftermath, breakdowns of Trask’s performance...
Dr. Football has not quite reached the Urban Meyer mode where I ask myself questions and then answer them. (“Is Tim Tebow a good quarterback? No, he’s a great quarterback.”) But I have been asking myself a lot of questions lately....
Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun sports columnist, talks about the Gators game against Tennessee coming up this weekend. Topic range from Kyle Trask, the rivalry, talking with a ref, and an interview with Matt Baker, of the Tampa Bay Times, and of course Three Things.
The No. 9-ranked Gators enter Saturday averaging just under 140 rushing yards per game this season.
That unsettled unit faces the team that leads all Football Bowl Subdivision programs in sacks when Tennessee opens Southeastern Conference competition Saturday at No. 9 Florida.
Florida-Tennessee a rivalry game?
The hour-long episode following Florida will air Oct. 2 at 10 p.m. on HBO
Offensive linemen always take it hard, take it personally, when they see their quarterback go down with an injury. In this particular case, with this particular quarterback, the hurt is running a little deeper for the big guys. That’s because...
Gainesville Sun sports columnist Pat Dooley talks about the Florida Gators win over Kentucky in the latest edition of the Dooley Noted podcast. Pat talks about how the team looked against Kentucky, Feleipe Franks injury and the era of Kyle Trask, Tennessee preview,Florida getting better, Interview with Jimmy Hyams, Tennessee Sports Talk radio host, and of course Three Things.
Trask’s response was, well, refreshing. And old school, for sure.
Robinson took advantage of them overlooking him, hauling in all six passes Mahomes threw his way for 172 yards and two of the Chiefs' four second-quarter touchdowns.
“I expect us to play both guys, in combination, for several different reasons,” Mullen said.